That's because the US-version is released months after the German version. So all the bugs are fixed the German audience has to fight with.Willen wrote:It is fairly robust (I think I froze it once in 2 years).
Even if a program is capable to do this, it's still better to create a lossless master. It's easier to generate different versions of the AMV from a masterfile than to render the project every time. And if you use VDM for final compression, you can choose the resizing method. And for me is a lossless master not even an additional step since I use lossless files to judge my results (thanks smart rendering it's the fastest way to export), and so the last testversion is the master.Willen wrote:And it does a decent job of exporting your finished video in a variety of different formats without the need for exporting uncompressed or lossless first, then using VDub/Mod for final (XviD) compression (although I rarely use it, the XviD output actually works, unlike other programs).
AMVGuy122558 wrote:Simplistic(or at least not overly confusing), BIG variety of FX, and one that not t picky about which type of files I can use.
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