Question about Televison & Video
Use a program called Gspot to check if the file is XVID
use http://www.avirecomp.com/news.php to convert the file
take a few mins 5-10 max
or for most "FXG" branded files
Type the new codec in 'lower case' in the upper field and 'caps' in the lower. in this application
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
Goto the free site xvid and download free the software. in it is a bit of software that converts divx to xvid. this may work. trying it as it's free and the software will not do anything to the film converted just the header. as the images is the same. the header changes the postion of sound first to second and image first to second. so that it is in xvid . i.e why do you think xvid is divx backwards. nice one
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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