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  1. I am unable to use MP3 encoding for audio with any other video codec besides the MPEG4 (native) encoder option. I would like to be able to use it with DivX, 3ivX, XviD, etc. Is this possible? Or am I stuck using the uncompressed options, since the other compressed audio options suck?
  2. i assume you're using the "native" mpeg4 codec to encode these avi's. i've seen the same thing... the green line, but it only appears when i try to open the avi in windows media player or winamp. you have 2 options. use mplayer instead to play the avi's ( http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/MPla...load-55997.html ) ... it plays them flawlessly. or you can use a different mpeg4 codec like xvid ( http://www.divx-digest.com/software/xvid.html ) to encode your files through prism.
  3. click on "Add DVD" and then on the VIDEO_TS folder of the DVD. make sure you've decrypted said DVD first.
  4. yeah i haven't had much success with the wmv format on prism. have you tried windows media encoder?
  5. lower the video bitrate min/max and resize the video
  6. on most templates i've seen for mobile phones, the max suggested is 512kbps
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