Re: anybody know of a good video converter for vista
Besides WMV/VC1 encoding, Vista (only Home Premium & Ultimate editions) has
MPEG-2 (&1) video & MPEG-1 audio encoders as DShow filters. These MPEG
encoders, when configured properly can produce an elementary stream, a
program stream, or a single program transport stream.
Naveen Thumpudi [MS]
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers not rights.
> TMPGEnc works just fine on x86 or x64 - assuming you can find suitable
> decoders for your source.
> I would love to be able to find some 64bit encoding apps, as 99% of the
> number-crunching done on my machine is video conversion, but I can't even
> install Windows Media Encoder. Dunno what MS have been doing for the last
> year, it seems that we were not the only ones that thought Vista would never
> "nic" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > hi all
> > need a video converter to convert from what ever to mpeg . i have 1 but it
> > dosent like vista all to much
> > thanks
> > nic