avi.NET 3.5.1.0 for Windows

by CloneAD

Avg. Rating 4.6 (49 votes)

File Details

File Size 9.5 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 7/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,585
Publisher CloneAD
Homepage avi.NET

Publisher's Description

avi.NET is a MPEG 1 and 2 (VCD|SVCD|DVD) to AVI Convertor. Good quality, fast convertor, uses AVISynth. Both DivX and XviD supported. avi.NET makes AVI's that are standalone compatible, will play perfect on your standalone AVI player.

Latest Reviews

stylemessiah

stylemessiah reviewed v3.2.0.0 on Aug 28, 2010

Great program, but why the link on here points to hotfile is beyond me

Why hosting on hotfile, surely theres a better place

ntmdan

ntmdan reviewed v3.0.0.0 on Feb 23, 2010

I tried downloading avi.NET but the download keeps getting stuck at lucansi.ttf. any idea what could be wrong?

i have heard its a great program - but haven't been able to use it yet. please help!

dan

bopb99

bopb99 reviewed v3.0.0.0 on Feb 14, 2010

Very nice if it didn't rely on the flaky and moving .NET framework.
Could be done much better in C/C++/Python/Ruby/other...

Seriously, consider using something else than .NET, it sucks!

32 bit stuff supposed to work on 64 bit without the additional speed-ups.
This means there are bugs in your OS or the application.
Don't be surprised if it's the .NET framework biting you!

TomWibbaert

TomWibbaert reviewed v3.0.0.0 on Feb 12, 2010

I used it quite happily for some year, but it's still stuck in the Xvid ages, now I use StaxRip which is equally great with support for nearly ANY format

yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed v2.6.5.0 on Aug 8, 2009

Great tool! Definitely the simplest yet one of the most powerful. Forget all Dr. Divxes and Auto Gordian Knots!

I miss two things:
1. more audio options. Today I can copy the AC3 or encode it to cbr mp3 128 only.
2. something what I can call "respect all the XviD encoder settings" like Quarter Pixel, Global Motion Compensation, etc. Now they are always ignored.

PS Sometimes some automatic suggestions are wrong, e.g. Brideshead Revisited (2008) should be 720*304 pixels, not 720*416 as claimed by avi.NET.

CloneAD

CloneAD reviewed v2.5.9.0 on Jul 15, 2009

@gkajaia
It's no 'supposed to detect any codecs' in X64 versions of windows, it's a 32-bit application ONLY.

@Nighted
With all due respect you have not bothered to read any of the webpages associated with avi.NET where it clearly states that you MUST use the correct version of XVID, you haven't, which is why your encodes are a bizarre size.

Nighted

Nighted reviewed v2.5.8.5 on Mar 20, 2009

This just doesn't work properly. I have nothing against NET either, I actually love NET apps.

No matter what I try to do with this thing, I set it to encode a 40 minute TV show to 350 MB and it just won't do it. I get a ~100 MB file every time. The GUI is also unintuitive, bizzare and cannot be resized. Over all a very bad choice if you want to encode video. AutoGK is still the best for me.

gkajaia

gkajaia reviewed v2.5.8.0 on Jul 20, 2008

It's very good program but there is a huge problem with it :( it doesn't detect any codec in 64 bit Vista, not DIVX nor XVID :( Will it be fixed?

Antichrist

Antichrist reviewed v2.5.8.0 on May 22, 2008

This program is great, it's just about all I use to make xvid files (you can do DivX too of course). I used to use the different GordianKnots, those simplified things, but there is no messing about with this, it encodes simply after you rip, with great results. Totally streamlined my workflow. His other program, pgc.net, has helped me with rips that had audio out of sync too. Check the Doom9 forums for more info than on his site. I use this on Vista just fine. Hopefully batch preparing for TV series etc is simpler in an upcoming release, but there's really nothing to complain about. There aren't a wealth of options like other programs, to make it simpler, but the great thing is that once i did figure out how I wanted things in other programs, that's how it is by default in this. Superb!

Avg. Rating 4.6 (49 votes)
Your Rating
stylemessiah

stylemessiah reviewed v3.2.0.0 on Aug 28, 2010

Great program, but why the link on here points to hotfile is beyond me

Why hosting on hotfile, surely theres a better place

ntmdan

ntmdan reviewed v3.0.0.0 on Feb 23, 2010

I tried downloading avi.NET but the download keeps getting stuck at lucansi.ttf. any idea what could be wrong?

i have heard its a great program - but haven't been able to use it yet. please help!

dan

bopb99

bopb99 reviewed v3.0.0.0 on Feb 14, 2010

Very nice if it didn't rely on the flaky and moving .NET framework.
Could be done much better in C/C++/Python/Ruby/other...

Seriously, consider using something else than .NET, it sucks!

32 bit stuff supposed to work on 64 bit without the additional speed-ups.
This means there are bugs in your OS or the application.
Don't be surprised if it's the .NET framework biting you!

TomWibbaert

TomWibbaert reviewed v3.0.0.0 on Feb 12, 2010

I used it quite happily for some year, but it's still stuck in the Xvid ages, now I use StaxRip which is equally great with support for nearly ANY format

yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed v2.6.5.0 on Aug 8, 2009

Great tool! Definitely the simplest yet one of the most powerful. Forget all Dr. Divxes and Auto Gordian Knots!

I miss two things:
1. more audio options. Today I can copy the AC3 or encode it to cbr mp3 128 only.
2. something what I can call "respect all the XviD encoder settings" like Quarter Pixel, Global Motion Compensation, etc. Now they are always ignored.

PS Sometimes some automatic suggestions are wrong, e.g. Brideshead Revisited (2008) should be 720*304 pixels, not 720*416 as claimed by avi.NET.

CloneAD

CloneAD reviewed v2.5.9.0 on Jul 15, 2009

@gkajaia
It's no 'supposed to detect any codecs' in X64 versions of windows, it's a 32-bit application ONLY.

@Nighted
With all due respect you have not bothered to read any of the webpages associated with avi.NET where it clearly states that you MUST use the correct version of XVID, you haven't, which is why your encodes are a bizarre size.

Nighted

Nighted reviewed v2.5.8.5 on Mar 20, 2009

This just doesn't work properly. I have nothing against NET either, I actually love NET apps.

No matter what I try to do with this thing, I set it to encode a 40 minute TV show to 350 MB and it just won't do it. I get a ~100 MB file every time. The GUI is also unintuitive, bizzare and cannot be resized. Over all a very bad choice if you want to encode video. AutoGK is still the best for me.

gkajaia

gkajaia reviewed v2.5.8.0 on Jul 20, 2008

It's very good program but there is a huge problem with it :( it doesn't detect any codec in 64 bit Vista, not DIVX nor XVID :( Will it be fixed?

Antichrist

Antichrist reviewed v2.5.8.0 on May 22, 2008

This program is great, it's just about all I use to make xvid files (you can do DivX too of course). I used to use the different GordianKnots, those simplified things, but there is no messing about with this, it encodes simply after you rip, with great results. Totally streamlined my workflow. His other program, pgc.net, has helped me with rips that had audio out of sync too. Check the Doom9 forums for more info than on his site. I use this on Vista just fine. Hopefully batch preparing for TV series etc is simpler in an upcoming release, but there's really nothing to complain about. There aren't a wealth of options like other programs, to make it simpler, but the great thing is that once i did figure out how I wanted things in other programs, that's how it is by default in this. Superb!

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