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Saturday, October 22nd 2011, 2:38pm

[Video Encoding] Who is Peter Joseph?

Here's the process that's been followed to encode Charles Robinson's interview of Peter Joseph:

- Downloaded the iso for the video which Charles was nice enough to post at http://www.whoispeterjoseph.com/. (2.2 GB).

- Encoded the video using AVS video converter with an AVC H264 codec at 2000 Kbps, with 192 Kbps MP3 audio.

The result is presented on our YouTube channel, right here.

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Thursday, January 5th 2012, 12:57am

Hi Brunodc! Is this really the only post in here so far...? :nuts: I don't know much about avs video converter, but if you want to try something else that's a breeze to use, you might try freemake I've had a couple of goes on it, and it kicks some serious ass in the ease of use department :) I haven't seen this one yet! Will watch it now :)

It's taking a pasting in the like/dislike section, passers by with youtube accounts may want to show it some love!

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Thursday, January 5th 2012, 8:15am

Thanks for the suggestion, I'll make sure to check it out :)

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