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Multiple Vdub Conversions?

Postby Begi » Fri Nov 22, 2013 2:36 am

I'm lazy as shit and don't like wasting time so I'm wondering; is there is a way to convert multiple MKV files to AVI with Vdub at once?

I'm using AvsPMod to create the avs files and I'm using Vdub 1.9.10

Thanks for your help!

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Re: Multiple Vdub Conversions?

Postby l33tmeatwad » Fri Nov 22, 2013 12:09 pm

In Vitualdub go to File > Queue batch operation > and then select either save avi as (to do them individually) or use the Batch Wizard. To run the saved batches go to File > Job Control.
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Re: Multiple Vdub Conversions?

Postby Begi » Fri Nov 22, 2013 7:05 pm

Thank you meetwad!

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Re: Multiple Vdub Conversions?

Postby AMVGuide » Tue Dec 17, 2013 6:00 pm

An alternative method would be to open VirtualDub, File > Job control [F4] > Edit > Process Directory

This works pretty good on a folder full of .avs scripts. But be careful with .avi files... since VirtualDub outputs into the .avi container, if you do not choose a different target directory than your source directory, you'll get an error or possibly even risk overwriting your original source files.

Once all jobs are queued up, you should be able to see them on the list, and click Start.

(And, as always, be sure to set your Audio/Video compression settings beforehand too; otherwise you'll be exporting gigantic Uncompressed files that won't be in the format you want, which will eat up even more space on your hard drive than lossless files)


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