Joined: 17-May 02
Member No.: 1
Xbox Version: unk
360 version: unknown
Encode360 v2.0 beta2
Posted by XanTium | November 30 01:00 EST
From happybeggar.com: [QUOTE] Encode360 is an application designed to take your DivX/XVID etc video files and convert them to high quality WMV's which can be played by the X-Box 360
Dan has just released beta 2 of his very good application encode360. Dan fixed as many of the reported bugs as possible. This release has highly detailed debugging information in case of a problem or bug. If you encounter something, be sure to copy the debug log into the post so I have something to work with.
Added: * x64 Support (untested, i don't have x64 :() * Microsoft Zune screen resolution support (untested, i don't have a Zune :() * Support for encoding VOB files (very very experimental!) * Enable / Disable Explorer(info) Context Menu "Process with Encode360" (experimental) * Default Settings can now be saved * Debugging Information Window (With oooodles of debugging information) * Minimize to System Tray * Added PayPal link to the About Box. Please make a donation if you feel like it!
Changed: * Major internal code restructuring and refactoring. Let's hope I fixed more than I broke eh? :) * Dramatically improved encoding times * Reduction in CPU overhead (more responsive system) * Title no longer contains path where the file was originally encoded
Fixed: * MKV file format wasn't recognised * Changing the Audio / Video Bitrate quality did nothing. Was always 98%. Doh * Not using auto-scale caused encoded videos to resize anyway, and badly * Move processed files option failed * Sometimes, clicking Stop on a batch encode wouldn't work * Numerous other minor bugfixes [/QUOTE]
Joined: 22-December 02
From: Southern California
Member No.: 14430
Xbox Version: v1.4
360 version: v1 (xenon)
gave me a few errors on first run, had to download some stuff, and then it wouldnt do all my videos, but it did manage to encode one at some point, maybe ill use it if i get a zune untl something better comes out, as for playing on 360, i think ill stick to transcode360 streaming.