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How do you save a set of xvid settings?
davexnet
post Feb 27 2011, 22:18
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HI all,
after making a bunch of changes to the xvid encoder config,
I'd like to save these settings so that after further changes
I can restore the settings I saved.

Is it possible ?

I see the registry key [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\GNU\XviD] -
it looks like the settings are in there, but when I export the key and merge it in later,
none of the changes I made earlier (in the encoder config dialog) are there.
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davexnet
post Feb 28 2011, 18:46
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QUOTE (davexnet @ Feb 27 2011, 13:18) *
HI all,
after making a bunch of changes to the xvid encoder config,
I'd like to save these settings so that after further changes
I can restore the settings I saved.

Is it possible ?

I see the registry key [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\GNU\XviD] -
it looks like the settings are in there, but when I export the key and merge it in later,
none of the changes I made earlier (in the encoder config dialog) are there.


Actually this key does work. Just ensure you don't have any instances of the xvid open,
and the settings will available next time you open the xvid encoder config.
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