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    What's the easiest way to make a 320x320 from a vob? Do you just choose a higher output device and then resize it? When I do this, I can't get exactly 320x320, and aspect gets vertically elongated.

    Also, TCPMP can't fast forward because it's not interlaced(I think that's what it said) How do I fix this?

    Lastly, Sound is off-sysc, and the option in PocketDivxEncoder says I need a plugin or something. Thanks for the help if anyone can point me in the right direction!
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    Haven't tried it myself yet...but FairUse has been gettin' all the rave from TCers lately.

    http://www.fairusewizard.com/lang_en/index.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by kronium
    What's the easiest way to make a 320x320 from a vob? Do you just choose a higher output device and then resize it? When I do this, I can't get exactly 320x320, and aspect gets vertically elongated.

    Lastly, Sound is off-sysc, and the option in PocketDivxEncoder says I need a plugin or something. Thanks for the help if anyone can point me in the right direction!
    Better places for answers to your questions might be at places like www.afterdawn.com which are video specific. There are several different options you have and conversion is not always an exact science and requires tweaking. Sometimes the process can consist of several steps to get exactly what you want.

    There is software that will do this in one shot and I think it was called PocketDVD or something like that which I had for the Smartphone. They created one for each platform and it works well.
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    Its not the easiest way to do it, but its gotten me the best results:
    http://www.sitesled.com/members/zodiacguide/ZG.html#DVD
    I had to play around with his instructions a bit to get it to work the way I wanted, but now I have a nice 4-step process that gives me good results.
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