Koepi's XviD Codec 1.3.2 reviews

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2.2
on 10 July 2010 , reviewed by: telep

# 27

Disregard comment#9, and total b*llnuts!
This is one fantastic piece of software, and good e.g. in movie archiving: DivX -certified players play movies encoded with XviD, you can put as many as six on a single DVD without any noticeable quality loss.
Of course, x264/h264 is more modern; more efficient in compression with better picture quality, but not as well supported by players as DivX/XviD. And DivX is commercial, which means you should pay for something you get for free anyway, and don't even have to break any laws ;)
So download this one, support open source software (or good sw at least) and start encoding!

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2.2
on 04 July 2010 , reviewed by: Amateur

# 26

I just downloaded this codec and everything seems okay, I can now watch video with my audio and no virus notices have popped up.

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2.2
on 26 May 2010 , reviewed by: d3d

# 25

Very good freeware codec, easy to install.

I use this codec to encode films in AVI format with VirtualDub. The XviD configuration is made for experts and provides users with useful settings to experiment with. It includes a Bitrate Calculator which lets you enter a desired target size (in kbytes) and calculates the according target bitrate (in kbps) to match the filesize as near as possible. The same can be done for audio bitrates.

For example, a DVD film with a common length of 90 minutes can be compressed into a target filesize of 665600 kbytes (650 MB) or 716800 kbytes (700 MB) only! Such a video file could be stored on a single CD-R. The balance between compression ratio and image quality is excellent. Even at lower bitrates and higher compression the results are sufficient.

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2.2
on 07 July 2009 , reviewed by: Raj

# 24

Thanks,

My problem has been solved.

Thank you....

Keep it up...

Raj

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2.1
on 14 April 2009 , reviewed by: chronicking

# 23

works fine for me on quicktime and windows media player

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2.1
on 10 February 2009 , reviewed by: confused

# 22

i installed this codec and nothing changed :(
i was expecting Windows Media Player to be able to play the movie i want to see but it still couldn't play it.
is there anything more i need to do?

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2.1
on 24 January 2009 , reviewed by: Steff

# 21

I don't know much about computers but I needed a codec to watch some films on my laptop and this fixed the problem. Thankx.

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.3
on 21 May 2008 , reviewed by: Haubi

# 20

Easy to use and very reliable.

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.3
on 22 April 2008 , reviewed by: Honeyko

# 19

1. AutoMKV w/XviD, BlindDeHalo (for anime) or LEM (for film) main filter, HybridFuPP HQ (for anime) or Lanczos (for film) resize filter, and SemiInsane (for anime) or DideesSixofNine.HVS (for film) cust. matrix.

2. Rip, with audio set to NONE, 1280x720 HD/Blue source to 720x576 (PAL standard), then open output file in MPEG4Modifier and convert to 1024x576 anamorphic.

3. Use DGindex to strip all AC3 audio tracks from source. Open audio files in AutoMKV (it can do that!), and process 5.1 to Lame DPLII 192kbps, 2.0 to Lame Stero 112kbps, and single-channels to Lame Mono 112kbps. Normalize or don't normalize to taste, depending upon volume of source, and whether or not PAL/NTSC fps needs to be corrected.*

*4. Many PALs of Hollywood and Japanese films are "tinny" (23.976 sped up to 25fps), and many American/Japanese NTSCs of European films are "croaky" (slowed down from 25fps). To fix: in AutoMKV: Advanced Profiles Edition > Assume FPS > (set to correct FPS). Change audio similarly in Advanced Audio ("!!!") settings. If there is a slight out-of-sync, open the output video in VirtualDubMod, then add audio in Streams tab, then Video > Frame Rate > Change so Match, then Save As > Direct Stream Copy.

5. Final mux everything in AVImuxGUI. (Rename the audio tracks here.)

....your output will be stunning.

And remember: CROP, you d**ned idiots!

You should probably cut-n-paste & save this handy little guide. You can also find my "XviD 100%" rips in the usual locations.

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.3 final
on 22 March 2008 , reviewed by: slacker

# 18

Well...A good Codec indeed.
However, i noticed a stability issue - when playing a bit damaged video file (with some corrupted frames in it) and Codec faces one of these - it crashes my PC, instead of giving a player (WMP) error or just a distorted picture for a sec, which is a "standart" behaviour...
I have never encountered a PC crash, viewing a video file (even corrupted) before with other Codecs.
Despite this, i'm still using it - works completely fine with "healthy" videos.

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.3 final
on 09 August 2007 , reviewed by: Chris

# 17

I am not very computer literate and kept getting an explorer error when I tried to convert XVID to MP4 for my IPOD. I downloaded this little codec and voila my conversion worked! Simple, easy to use and no issues. Thanks gang!!

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.3 final
on 29 June 2007 , reviewed by: Kim

# 16

Absolutely a great codec.

- but the videos are still tagged 1.1.2 (XviD0046)... hmm maybe they forgot to change

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.2 final
on 25 March 2007 , reviewed by: Denny

# 15

I get a malware alert with TrendMicro everytime I try to download this.


Administrator's Note: It is a false positive, this software is definitely clean.

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.2 final
on 21 February 2007 , reviewed by: CPU Lover

# 14

TOP ON THE TOPS

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.2 final
on 12 February 2007 , reviewed by: Pavel Motl

# 13

I test XviD every 9 months since 5 years, but i have a better experience with DivX, XviD has sometimes better image quality than DivX, sometimes worser, depends on the movie, and thats a problem for me, i cant wait hours the compression takes to see if the image quality is good enough or not and than start over again, with DivX i allways get the quality i expect, no surprise, no disapointment. But XviD is a good codec, plays on DivX-DVD players too, and its free software, its really a good alternative ;)
Have a nice day everyone :)
Pavel, Czech Republic

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.2 final
on 12 February 2007 , reviewed by: CrazyHacker

# 12

I have alot of codecs in my system and i do alot of video editing..I have both XviD and DivX..
XviD 1.1.2 and DivX 6.5.1 Pro
I think that DivX (DivX Converter) is good maybe for starters because its easy just to drag video file you want in it..XviD is real jewel of all video codecs..Its free,stable,user friendly,and most of all it gives very good results..

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.2 final
on 08 February 2007 , reviewed by: Michael D. Wilde

# 11

Sounds good, let's see if it lives up to it...

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.2 final
on 25 December 2006 , reviewed by: Zagadka

# 10

Ignore sKiTz, the statement is as untrue as they can be.

1. DivX is not better than XviD.
2. Players capable of playing DivX is also capable of playing XviD.
3. Going commercial is no guarantee for better software, most likely it will result is inferior software since making money becomes part of the equation as well.

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2 [25.02.2006]
on 11 October 2006 , reviewed by: sKiTz

# 9

They should call this site XVidiots because DivX is way better, and there are MORE PLAYERS that play DivX than Xvid. It's foolish to use Xvid now that DivX is going commercial.

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2 [25.02.2006]
on 12 September 2006 , reviewed by: snagglepuss

# 8

Top notch stuff. Not very computer literate and was a bit unsure but it works a dream.

Cheers!

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2 [25.02.2006]
on 19 August 2006 , reviewed by: Olivia

# 7

Hi, i didnt know whether i could trust this codec but in the end i downloaded it and it is the best. It really helped me!

Thankyou!!!

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2 [25.02.2006]
on 26 May 2006 , reviewed by: oretachi

# 6

es bueno

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2 [25.02.2006]
on 29 April 2006 , reviewed by: Mickey Lee Jones

# 5

To Farook: Idiot ! That`s all i have to say to you ! Koepi's Xvid is great and fast. Delivers a great Quality and is the only one i use to compress my Videos i filmed along with the Lame MP3 compressor. Just downloaded Nic's version to try it out and to see for myself if there is a difference. I thank Koepi for his work and hope he keeps it up. Even works great for HDTV Material i filmed and delivers the Quality i was looking for. Support XVid !!! :-)

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2 [25.02.2006]
on 01 April 2006 , reviewed by: baltata

# 4

Nice codec, i've used it for some time along with Nic's codec and they are both good (it looks like they are either friends or watching from each other):)
I like Koepi's XviD Codec a bit more because its more friendly to my system and i encode movies with it without any problems (this was the only bug i had with Nic's codec and later on i found out that it was my system problem not the codec !!!). And about Farook msg. i think Farook is an idiot kid that likes to be an ashole!
Sugestion: If Koepi can make a better support for an old mpeg-4 content like Divx 3, 3.1, 4 will be a great peace piece of work ! :)

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.0 Beta2 and XviD Codec 1.0.3
on 01 October 2005 , reviewed by: Miki Mouse

# 3

Es muy bueno, codifique un archivo DVD de 3 minutos (177 MB) a solo 24 Mb con la misma calidad. y lo mejor de todo es GRATIS.

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.0 Beta2 and XviD Codec 1.0.3
on 22 September 2005 , reviewed by: ebang

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disregard farooks msg, this is the best codec out, this is a FREE codec noone is making you download it!

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Koepi's XviD Codec 1.1.0 Beta2 and XviD Codec 1.0.3
on 16 September 2005 , reviewed by: Farook

# 1

$UCK$ !!! need i say more, ruined somethings on my system, i could not play some xvid stuff i had to uninstall and install nic's xvid which works a lot better o well koepi's needs to wake up i think when he is wrtting code

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