TGF (The GodFather) has a duplicate search that seems to work pretty well. I'd say it's definitely worth a try.
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My Alternate Solution:That's probably not a bad idea anyway!
You could also just go through changing passwords to everything that is unencrypted. Then they would be wrong on the cd/dvd.-hamradio (July 05, 2007, 01:24 PM)
Do these free software above help to remove the buzzing "zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz" sounds from my cassette tape recordings?I thought Audacity would do that... I've barely used it though.-CoderBoy (July 04, 2007, 03:17 AM)
...First, to fill in anyone who doesn't know: PAR is Pixel Aspect Ratio. If the pixels of a dvd video were square the image would look squished/stretched (US-DVDs have a 3:2 aspect ratio), so DVDs have a "PAR". The pixels of a 4:3 DVD have a PAR of 8:9, pixels of a 16:9 (non-letterboxed) DVD have a PAR of 32:27.
AFAIK the main purpose of setting PAR in a mp4-type file is for the correct display of various wide screen ratios without any letterboxing (as you often get with 16:9 DVDs). Encoding black letterboxing is not good with mp4.
...-mikiem (June 24, 2007, 03:20 PM)
...It would be nice, too, if they'd let me access my account from a POP3 client without having to pay $19.95 a year for the privilege.Waaa!!!?!-Darwin (June 14, 2007, 01:37 PM)
VirtualDub (and variants) run in RGB mode when you use Normal Recompress or Full Processing Mode (in the Video dropdown menu). All of VirtualDub's internal functions and filters run in RGB colorspace only. However, Fast Recompress doesn't decode the video to RGB, and instead just passes whatever your source is into the compressor you've selected - thus if your source is a YUV type then it passes the video data as YUV into the video compressor.