From the Readme :
During the last few weeks I have tried a whole bunch of DivX launchers used for Video CD authoring. Many of them had lots of features and allowed the user to select a variety of options, from installing the codec to features which were able to copy the DVD menu system in it's entirety. I grabbed some of them and tried to set up a movie cd with my video. But very soon everything got out of control, lots of files gatered on my CD but none made my video run smoothly. I run a copy of Windows 2000 OEM and two of these programs insisted my machine was missing the codec, but it was installed.
All I wanted was a program to check for the codec, install it quietly if necessary and then somehow display the movie on that CD. Why display a menu to select from ONE movie? Why did you insert this disk anyways? Why ask whether to install the codec or not? Again, why did you insert this disk anyways? There are many people out there who are not aware of the DivX codec and they don't need to - they dont need this knowledge just to watch. So why bother them.
The idea of DivXLaunch was born.
Main Categories: Play
Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows 2000
|Description:||Download Mini DivX Launcher|
- Release Date: Aug 7, 2001