VMesquita Video Solutions > Acknowledgements

There's so much people to thank that I hope I don't forget anyone. I would like to thank Kwag from KVCD.NET for original KSVCD/KDVD idea and templates, all the nice people from kvcd.net foruns, all the developers of the support programms DIKO uses:

BeSweet by DSPGuru (http://dspguru.doom9.net/)
AVI2WAV by Arminio Grgic (http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Way/9629/avi2wav.htm)
DVDAuthor by Trcjunky (http://dvdauthor.sourceforge.net)
Mplex from the transcode distribution. (http://zebra.fh-weingarten.de/~transcode/)
AC3Fix (author unkown)
Avisynth (www.avisynth.org)
MkIsoFs by cdrtools (http://freshmeat.net/projects/mkisofs/)
DVDDecrypter by Lightning UK!(http://www.dvddecrypter.com/)
Subtitle WorkShop by Urusoft (http://www.urusoft.com)
Avisynth Plugins authors: MarcFD, Glenn Bussell, Sans Grip, Trbarry
stickboy for the interlaced processing avisynth functions.
MAD (MPEG AUDIO Decoder) http://www.underbit.com/products/mad/
DVD2AVI command-line (created by Chia-chen Kuo, command-line mod by DVD2SVCD)

I would like to thank Guilherme (workperfect) for the new layout. And the translators: muntanyeta (Catalan), Lars (Danish), Tinus and Bonarez (dutch), Critter (finnish), Dialhot (French), incredible (German), Vipersvcd (Hebrew), PorkOne (Polish), Kwag (Spanish), Emphatic (Swedish), thebepps1 (Italian). Also thanks to all DIKO Gold registred users.

I would like to thank the ffmpeg team for providing avcodec, otherwise FreeEnc would never be possible. And the mplayer team for mencoder, which made possible my front-end MencodeMe.