DPG Video Editor v1.0

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Jan 31, 2008

DPG Video Editor v1.0 by Bill Gates03 at 12:56 PM (3,441 Views / 0 Likes) 13 replies

  1. Bill Gates03
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    DPG Video Editor v1.0
    by Bill Gates03


    Resize, split, trim, add text, add and edit audio, add subtitles and more with this easy to use program that is designed specifically for converting AVI and WMV videos into the DPG format for the NDS.​

    [​IMG]

    You need the latest .Net Framework (v3.5) to run this program!
    http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/netframework/aa569263.aspx

    You need the latest AVISynth (v2.57) to run this program!
    http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.p...lease_id=366702


    You need the latest version of DirectX to run this program!
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...&displaylang=en



    Download Mirror 1
    DPG Video Editor v1.0



    Please report any bugs you find to this thread, along with any comments on the DPG Video Editor!

    Things To Do:
    Check registry to make sure AVISynth is installed.
    Create the project website.
     
  2. PanzerWF

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    Mmm, looks like a great piece of software!

    I'll try it out asap and get back to you when I'm done [​IMG]
     
  3. Jdbye

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    Looks nice and functional. I won't be using DPG videos anymore now that I have a GP2X though.
     
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    Thanks for giving it a shot Panzer! I really would appreciate any feedback. I put a good amount of time into this program. It is my first Windows program, my first time with C#, but it was a lot of fun!

    I hope this adds to you DPG encodes!! [​IMG]

    P.S. Even from people who don't use this, does it have an OK design? Like I said, it is my first program. I tried to make it nice and have some features that make it easier on the user...

    Thanks!

    ~Bill Gates
     
  5. Trulen

    Member Trulen GBAtemp Fan

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    I'll be trying this out (even though I just convert videos. Rarely though.)

    It looks like (Need to download .net framework first).

    Though trimming things would be nice.
     
  6. Bill Gates03
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    Has anyone used this yet?

    I find myself using it a lot!
     
  7. HereIsTom

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    Does it work fine with the subtitles?
    And does it take long to convert a video?
     
  8. phoood

    Member phoood taking it to a whole new level.

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    Bill Gates03, this app has grown alot.
    Almost an alternative to BatchDPG;)
     
  9. PanzerWF

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    I want to use this, but I think the .Net download failed on me so I gave up.

    I'll just d/l it off the actual site, and then post my experiences ^.^
     
  10. Bill Gates03
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    This doesn't actually convert anything, you still need BatchDPG.

    This just sets up the video you will feed into BatchDPG.

    Yes, it does fine with subs. You can preview them at the different resolutions etc etc.

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    Panzer: What happened? You couldn't install the latest .NET?
     
  11. fischju

    Member fischju Rehabilitated Jaywalker

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    You always try to add stuff like that to your encodes. Now you can, great.
     
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    So, how is this working for anyone who has used it?

    What feature do you find most useful?

    Have you encountered any bugs?

    Is there anything else you would like added?



    I am really looking for feedback on this thing!
     
  13. diew

    Newcomer diew Advanced Member

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    quick question though, i searched for this but couldn't find any such results. Say I have a 700mb movie file. If I were to convert it to DPG, what would the NEW file size be?
     
  14. DanTheManMS

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    Depends entirely on the video file, its original dimensions, and the settings you choose.

    I encoded a 700 MB file and the output *.dpg file came out to be about 300 MB, but that's just a ballpark figure, probably on the lower end.
     

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