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AVS Video Converter v.6
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Current Version:  6.4.4.420
Release Date:  6/17/2010
File Size:
52.20 MB
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AVS Video Converter

Advanced Settings

In the Main Window you can select input files, set output files names, destination and formats and set most of the parameters you need to convert a video file.

Click the Advanced button button in the Main Window and you will be able to set the processing mode, get information about input and output files parameters and set the output video file aspect parameters.

If you want to split a file limiting the size of your output files or split by markers, follow the instructions of the Splitting Video Files chapter.

AVS Video Converter v.6

File Information Tab

As soon as you open Advanced Settings pressing the Advanced >> button in the right bottom corner of the Main Window, you will see the File Information tab. The advanced settings menu is located at the bottom of the Main Window and provides the information on audio and video parameters of your media. It allows you to preview the output file properties before you start the conversion.

Advanced menu

If your input file is a DVD or Blu-ray file you will be able to manually select the audio track for your output file. Particularly, you can select the language of your track, if such option is given on the original DVD/BD:

Video / Audio menu

The same way you can select the audio track for an .avi video file that has more than one audio track in it.

In case you are going to convert a DVD/Blu-ray video file it might have subtitles in it. The available subtitles (if any) will be shown under the Subpicture option:

Selecting subpicture

You can select the necessary subtitle using the drop-down list of subtitles or deselect all the subtitles choosing the <None> option.

Aspect Correction Tab

When you click the Aspect Correction tab, you will be presented with the opportunity to change the output video image aspect ratio:

Aspect Correction tab

The Aspect Correction might be very helpful when you change the original file width and height. In this case the image proportions can get affected and you will need to correct them so that the image in the output file were not elongated or flattened.

Note!Note: if you loaded several video files into the AVS Video Converter program, you should select the needed one from the input files list within the Main Area first and then apply aspect correction to it.

In the Input Video Aspect Correction you can correct the aspect ratio of the input file. The following correction options are available:

  • Original - use it to set the aspect ratio as in the input file.
  • 4:3 - use it to set the 4:3 aspect ratio.
  • 16:9 - use it to set the 16:9 aspect ratio.
  • Width:Height - use it to set the aspect ratio that will be calculated based on width and height of the input file.
  • Custom - use it to set the aspect ratio that will be calculated based on custom values for width and height. You can enter them in the corresponding fields using keyboard.

The main types of the Output Video Aspect correction available for different types of the output formats are:

Output video aspect type Description
Original The output file image resizing will be corrected according to the input file width to height ratio. This is done to retain the original file image proportions and avoid the distortions. The setting is available for all the output file formats except DVD, Blu-ray and MPEG.
No correction The output file image will be resized according to the width and height settings selected in the format Profile Editor. Use this setting only if you are sure that the image is not going to be distorted with the parameters set. The setting is available for all the output file formats except DVD, Blu-ray and MPEG.
4:3 (Standard Screen) The output file image resizing will be corrected so that its width to height ratio equaled 4 to 3 ratio. This is done so that you could playback the output image on a standard TV screen without distortions. The setting is available for DVD and MPEG formats only.
16:9 (Wide Screen) The output file image resizing will be corrected so that its width to height ratio equaled 16 to 9 ratio. This is done so that you could playback the output image on a widescreen TV without distortions. The setting is available for DVD, Blu-ray and MPEG formats only.
Note!Note: in case you are using the image aspect correction (Original, 4:3 or 16:9), black areas - mattes - can be added to the image sides or upper and lower parts. To get rid of them you can use the Crop function. To do that select the Crop Scale value but bear in mind that a part of the image will also be lost to retain the aspect ratio (a function similar to pan-and-scan in some DVD player models).

You can also read the Aspect Ratio section of the Appendix to learn more on different aspects.

Please note that AVS4YOU programs do not allow you to copy protected material. You may use this software in copying material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.

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