From the Author :
DivX Cutting AssistanT helps you with cutting DivX/XviD files if you create
movies on more than one CD.
The bitrate of scenes in a movie are very different. If you cut into
parts with the same running time, mostly the files haven't the same size
(and probably don't fit on a CD).
DivXCAT analyzes your AVI file or (to save time) the log file (divx.log) created by your DivX V5.0.3+ encoder and tells you where to split to get files of equal size. It considers both the video and audio bitrates. You search a preferred position to cut near the proposed position and cut the movie with your favourite video editor.
DivXCAT does NOT split the AVI files itself - it shows you WHERE to split it. Use your favourite video editor to do this. DivXCAT shows you where you can split a movie for two to four CDs.
Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows 2000/Windows XP
- Release Date: Mar 18, 2004
- Support for opening AVI files. You can now use DivXCAT with videos encoded
with DivX versions < 5.0.3 again and also with XviD AVIs.
- thread for loading the log/avi file
- progress bar while loading
- Windows XP Style
- new program icon
- New option: 1st value to clipboard copies the first cutting position to the
clipboard. That saves you some time, because you can now directly insert the
first cutting position to your video editor's "go to frame" dialog.
- Installer can now add DivXCAT to the context menu of avi/log files.
- Higher audio bitrate limit of 2000 kbps (old value was too low to support e.g.
3 AC3 streams).
- Bitrate of 448 kbps for AC3 is now one of the standard entries of the audio
- Read only / opened files can be read now (file access mode was set to read/write).
- Drag & Drop: Dropping an avi/log file on DivXCAT opens it.