The FilmMachine v1.6.2 Portable | 51.4 Mb
If you are one who is accustomed to downloading their favorite videos and then spend a few hours in front of the PC giving what you just pick up on the Internet, such that migrate from the chair to the couch and watch your videos on your TV screen ?
To make this possible you need to convert your videos, especially with extensions. AVI or. RMVB to a specific format that can be read by DVD players that generally do not recognize any other format.
One of the options that you can use for this conversion is The Film Machine. Its function is solely that, convert the most common formats (like. AVI) to (S) VCD or DVD.
Before starting to use it is recommended that you have some codecs installed. Often, depending on the format, the videos may require supplements to be read by the main players and the rule applies also in the time of conversion.
We recommend XP Codec Pack installed, one of the most complete codec packs available. With him, it is unlikely that you have a problem when converting a video.
After downloading the file and unzip the folder extension. RAR, run and install The Film Machine. Its interface is not the best. The visuals are poor, with spot colors that are more reminiscent of an amateur layout than anything else. But in practice, it is inefficient.
Converting a video is a simple task, despite the somewhat confusing layout of the program. Cliqye tab Open / Add Files Movie on your computer and select the folder where you can find the video you want to convert. You can convert more than one video at a time. Definitely this action click next.
On the next screen you can set some settings in your video. In default output folder "which will select the folder where the converted files will be sent. In defining the aspect ratio screen format you want the videos.
In 4:3 is the fullscreen version, standard TV format. Remember that if you have the video images in widescreen, there will be cuts in the side of the image so it fits the format. The 16:9 option solves this problem by generating images in widescreen.
Clicking next, the next screen will tell you what the final file size after conversion. Be careful not to create files larger than 4.7 GB. They will not fit onto a DVD and you have to use another program to split the file into two before writing it. The screen also informs which time it will be necessary for the conversion.
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