dvsd

05-24-2008 08:03 AM
yonel

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05-24-2008 12:04 PM
anonymous
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If you just want to play the file in Windows Media Player you just need DirectX 8 or above. (The included DVSD codec is decode-only and DirectShow-only)
DirectX 9.0c March 2008 (Windows XP, 2000)
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=740AC79A-5B72-447D-84F9-EE6407ED1A91&displaylang=en
DirectX 9.0c October 2006 (Windows 98, Me)
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=013c0f78-3c9b-44dc-b8be-46783bcac3cb&DisplayLang=en
DirectX 8.0a (Windows 95)
http://www.download.com/Microsoft-DirectX-Drivers-Windows-95-/3000-2121_4-10000714.html?tag=lst-1&cdlPid=4748365

If you want to edit it, use VirtualDub (http://www.virtualdub.org). It has a built-in decoder. (Remember to click video, compression, and pick a codec, otherwise the output will be the default uncompressed, which is huge; if you just want to cut use video, direct stream copy).

If you want to encode in DVSD you may have to buy a commercial DV codec (from MainConcept or Canopus for example). There may be some freeware ones out there, though I’m not sure (you could try ffdshow-tryouts - dunno if it encodes though).

Alternate solution:
Use the Panasonic DV codec. Instructions here.
(I’m not sure if it encodes too, or if it’s decode-only) reply

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