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|VideoCalc is a video bitrate calculator for DVD/SVCD/DivX/etc formats. Use the DivX-option for all other video formats like XviD, MP4, MKV or whatever.
1.1 (July 25, 2005)
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Very good and simple bitrate calculator. I will switch from the VideoHelp bitrate calculator to this one. It's not entirely bug free yet, but the minor bugs are easily worked around and don't affect the calculated numbers at all.
The look is nice and clean and easily understood. It can save your settings so you don't have to fill everything in from scratch each time like you do with the VideoHelp calculator and best of all is the fact it's more accurate than the VideoHelp calculator too. If you're into using up every single last MB on your blank DVD's then this is the calculator for you. Trying to do the same with the VideoHelp calculator left me 3MB oversize necessitating another 8 hours of encoding. Using this calculator had the size spot on.
A good tool worth adding to the collection.
nice interface, great little tool
Will rate higher once I know what format the sound is in. Bitrate only isn't enough to be sure. I need to be able to select Dolby Digital 2.0, 5.1, DTS etc. Otherwise VERY clean looking!
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