In short, Microsoft Video 1.
"1. Load an avi into virtualdub ( www.virtualdub.org )
2. Go to video->filters, add resize and set it to 160x100 (using cropping
is also useful).
3. Go to video->framerate set it to decimate by 2 (or 3).
4. Go to compression, set it to Microsoft video 1, quality 80 or 90.
5. Set audio->no audio
6. Finally file->save, be careful to give the file a different name so
you don't over write the orignal.
When that is done, run avi2cvc from the command line e.g.
Next it will ask some questions about quality etc...
After that should race through the frames listing type and size."
For more info, see:
--- In CybikoDev@yahoogroups.com
, "Christopher & Carol Hardy"
> I have recently joined this group and have downloaded a copy of the
> storm player. I have got a copy of avi2cvc but it doesnt have any
> documentation with it. I was wondering if anyone can tell me what
> format the avi needs to be in for it to work properly. I have tried
> several formats and none seem to work so any help anyone can give me
> would be very much appreciated