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Windows Thread, AVI to MPEG convertor in Technical; I was thinking you'd run it from the live CD actually I suppose I download a 700Mb ISO file then ...
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    I was thinking you'd run it from the live CD actually
    I suppose I download a 700Mb ISO file then burn a liveCD, reboot my station and not get any other work done, or I could just use Super

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    use VLC to play everything?

    seems easier than truing to convert it

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    We are using VLC but some of the AVI files are massive and take loads of space on the servers, I can convert them with a small loss in quality to about half/two thirds the size.

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    i tend to use this it is very good not had any problems at all Media Convert - free and on line - convert and split sound, ringtones, images, docs -

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    VLC Free Video Converter

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    Another vote for Handbrake here....HandBrake

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    We use Format Factory.

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    Super Super and more Super!
    If you double click on the video file once you have imported it the program will tell you the current frame rate/ect, just match that up with your MPEG2.

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    Any Video Converter has always worked great for me and it handles a ton of file types.

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