DivIllusion
DivIllusion
0.21b1

3.7

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DivIllusion0.21b1

08 January 2005

Create VCD/sVCD files for burning.

Overview

DivIllusion is the easiest way to create VCD/SVCD media. Simply drag and drop movie files onto it and DivIllusion will encode them and create a VCD file ready to be burned.

What's new in DivIllusion

Version 0.21b1:
  • Adds Mac OS 10.2 compatibility (for real now :-)
  • Adds DivTV support (for AlchemyTV. See my home page to learn more.)

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10 Reviews of DivIllusion

Anonymous
09 March 2004
Version: 0.01b6

Most helpful

Came across this app just the other day and thought "wholla!" just what I have been looking for...unfortunately anything after that was/has been a major disapointment...attempted to encode several .mpg and a .avi files with the intent of converting and burning them first to a SVCD which didn't work then a VCD and the result was the same. The app took its time "encoding" which I had expected, yet despite my trying any and all options, it never once saved anything after the conversion process concluded. I had first copied the original video files to my hardrive and did the conversion with DivIllusion. The only thing that ever appeared or was saved after the encoding process was complete in any and all of my attempts was a empty "Video files" folder. Thinking that the DivIllusion might have replaced the original with the converted/encoded, I took the files that I had placed on my hardrive and dragged them into Toast. Toast then went through its own "encoding" process operating/acting as if they had never been altered at all (which I later found was exactly the case). I burned the files on a disc and I was able to get a VCD but the quality was very poor and in remembering the text instructions that came in the DivIllusion folder, I recalled that it stated that the quality one was supposed to acheive using Divillusion versus the Toast output was substancial. This led me to believe that the files that DivIllusion had supossibly "encoded" hadn't been touched and or saved at all. I then deleted those video files from my hardrive and instead loaded the original .mpg and .avi files from a CD-ROM directly into the DivIllusion application. This was the prove I needed as again DivIllusion went through the entire "encoding" process yet once that step was complete and no matter what option I selected in creating a VCD in which to burn or not doing anything or whatever be the case, not a single coverted file existed on my hardrive anywhere.
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4.25
Chinarut
16 October 2006
Version: 0.21b1
i have to admit - this had gotta be the easiest VCD creator I've used to date - it actually works. per last post, the quality of the encoding is quite fair and not surprising considering how fast it encodes! two features I would want is (1) the ability to adjust the quality of the encoding (and/or replace the encoder) and (2) the ability to reorder (esp if you drag a bunch of files from iPhoto for example.) if anyone figures out how to improve/hack the encoding output - please post here!
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5
Anonymous
16 September 2005
Version: 0.21b1
Afew people seem to have problems with Divillision, but for me (iMac G5 & Panasonic DVD recorder as the player), it does a perfect job, and works as advertised...
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Anonymous
07 May 2005
Version: 0.21b1
the vcd's it makes play in my computer but not in my dvd player. and yes, my dvd player supports vcd. it appears that DivIllusion only supports the older VCD format (VCD version 1) and not the newer VCD version 2 format. this is crap because most DVD players that support VCD only support VCD 2
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Anonymous
09 January 2005
Version: 0.21b1
doesn't work as 'advertised'. got black squares in de hot spots of light. and sound wasn't sync with image. useless! needs more work before going out again
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Anonymous
04 January 2005
Version: 0.2b1
Please test first your application before posting. I have MacOs 10.2.8 and it ain't working.
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4.5
Anonymous
17 December 2004
Version: 0.1b1
^^ I kind of like it. It's pretty easy to use, and all - but when I try to convert more than one file at a time the first file only takes up a quarter of the screen, which is.... odd. And I can't figure out how to burn a VCD from the files, as I don't have Toast.... but that's probably not your problem....
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3
Hector
29 September 2004
Version: 0.1b1
I get no .mpg output. Empty folder. Doesn't work.
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4.75
Vikram Sharma
28 August 2004
Version: 0.1b1
This is a pretty decent application, tried it despite the bad reviews it had. It took about 1.5 hours to convert a 700 mb avi file to 2 VCD files, the app did the splitting by itself. Real easy to use, thanks to the developer I can finally make VCD's out of avi's.
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Anonymous
28 August 2004
Version: 0.1b1
ll i have to say is"IT DOESNT WORK" damn and I was so excited. :( please test before posting i will not rate this app.I really think it will work one day.Then i will rate it.
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Anonymous
09 March 2004
Version: 0.01b6
Came across this app just the other day and thought "wholla!" just what I have been looking for...unfortunately anything after that was/has been a major disapointment...attempted to encode several .mpg and a .avi files with the intent of converting and burning them first to a SVCD which didn't work then a VCD and the result was the same. The app took its time "encoding" which I had expected, yet despite my trying any and all options, it never once saved anything after the conversion process concluded. I had first copied the original video files to my hardrive and did the conversion with DivIllusion. The only thing that ever appeared or was saved after the encoding process was complete in any and all of my attempts was a empty "Video files" folder. Thinking that the DivIllusion might have replaced the original with the converted/encoded, I took the files that I had placed on my hardrive and dragged them into Toast. Toast then went through its own "encoding" process operating/acting as if they had never been altered at all (which I later found was exactly the case). I burned the files on a disc and I was able to get a VCD but the quality was very poor and in remembering the text instructions that came in the DivIllusion folder, I recalled that it stated that the quality one was supposed to acheive using Divillusion versus the Toast output was substancial. This led me to believe that the files that DivIllusion had supossibly "encoded" hadn't been touched and or saved at all. I then deleted those video files from my hardrive and instead loaded the original .mpg and .avi files from a CD-ROM directly into the DivIllusion application. This was the prove I needed as again DivIllusion went through the entire "encoding" process yet once that step was complete and no matter what option I selected in creating a VCD in which to burn or not doing anything or whatever be the case, not a single coverted file existed on my hardrive anywhere.
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