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Kieutrang 8th October 2019 10:35 AM

VPx is a different format
 
VPx is a different format, not directly related to MPEG-4. You need either ffdshow or the On2 libraries.

I agree with speedtrap about MPEG-4 ASP. It's absolutely unnecessary to install DivX and XviD and 3ivx, and ffdshow.

If you need only MPEG-4 ASP and don't care about exotic codecs, go with XviD, otherwise install ffdshow. DivX is out of question for newbies, as it's not easy to find the bare decoder now, when DivXNetworks offers a bloated installer only. And those like Tizio, who know how to install DivX 5,don't need to ask here.

DivX6 indeed looks very unprofessionally bloated. But this fact should not build any reputation for MPEG-4 ASP as a format. Look at AAC for example. You could associate it with iTunes and conclude it to be unprofessional. Yet there are radio stations who use hardware AAC encoders to transmit their programming to relay broadcasters.


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