Xvidenc, Encode a DVD or a regular video file to the Xvid format.Updated by Editors on Sunday, September 30, 2012.
Xvidenc is a advanced shell script written for the Linux operating system which can help you to encode a DVD or a regular video file to the Xvid format using the MEncoder encoder from the MPlayer project. It supports all options of the Xvid 1.1.x library and a wide range of audio codecs. Further, it supports muxing the final encode from AVI to Matroska or from AVI to the MP4 container.
xvidenc is written in a way to be useful for power users (manual codec configuration) yet it is also very user friendly for people who are novices when it comes to video encoding. xvidenc operates by asking questions to the user, collecting the input and passing it over to the encoder software. One of its unique features is the ability to use built-in video quality presets. This is especially useful to people who are just starting to encode video or who don't want to go through the whole manual codec configuration every time they want to encode something.
xvidenc supports 11 video quality presets ranging from Ultra Low Quality to Near Lossless Quality. It further has the ability to auto-detect a lot of stuff, like DVD titles, chapters, subtitles, audio channels, and it supports frequently used video filters like scale, crop, dering, deblock and deinterlace.
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