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Old November 6th, 2009, 03:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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how to convert for droid using handbrake

1.)Select your source file.


2.)Select your destination file ex. C:\movies\300



3.)Select Ipod & Ipod touch


4.) Select MP4 as the format:


5.)
A.)If the source size is bigger than 848 x 480, set the width to 848.
B.)Otherwise set the width to the same as the original:



6.)Start it!


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I had to google this just to be sure.... music, just make a music folder on the SD.

I'd imagine just make a video folder and dump there.

I'm still dumping all my mp3's so I haven't tried any of this yet, maybe some other power users can chime in!
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Well thats what I figured but what plays videos on the droid?
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Android only nativeliy supports mp4 playback, although there are apps that claim to play avi and flash formats.
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And we put these videos where, and play them how?
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Android os has a video player installed but there are 3rd party players in the market. Try searching "video" maybe.
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Ok, so to use the stock video player we convert the videos to mpeg4 with h.264 then we copy the files onto the SD card to a folder called ______ next we jump on our droid and ___________. Now the video starts playing.
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Just put. It anywhere you want on the sdcard, make a folder called vids. Navigate with file manager and open
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How do we get to the file manager?
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You will need to install one! You can find many on the market search file manager. You do know how to use the market?
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Alright. Yes I know how to use the market no I didn't know there wasn't a file manager, no I didn't know it didn't matter where the videos where. I'm just trying to figure out my new awesome toy like everyone else and had no idea where to go on this one.
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There really should be a video player built into the phone. That is a bit odd, really.
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I dumped my mp3's to a folder on the sd card called MUSIC.

I launched the player and it instantly found ALL my music!

I'd imagine the same with video. I have a few videos I encoded when I had my iphone, might be time to start playing with this

And droid supports a 32G card if you didn't know already!!!
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So has any figured out what video files actually work on this thing, and how to get them into said format?

Cause....I've download a million apps to my PC trying everything, and this damned thing won't play em.
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I'm pretty sure its just mp4 container, h.264 codec.
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I'm pretty sure its just mp4 container, h.264 codec.
Wow...that's it?

Any programs that convert video free and easy? I hate jumping through hoops for this kinda crap.
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So...using Gspot, here's the details of my .mp4 file.

Can anyone find a reason this video wouldn't be playing?
Audio is perfect, video won't play at all.

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It might be your bitrate...the 2030kbs...though that doesn't seem too high and demanding. I just know the bitrate was the difference in playable and non-playable video on the PSP. I have no idea what the bitrate range the Droid wants though. Might try dropping it in increments and seeing if it eventually works.

Be nice if Motorola included some documentation on this.
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I tried Super to convert and it gave me errors so I'm trying handbrake now.
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The gallery plays videos that are formatted correctly. But it seems choppy and stalls a bit when playing my vids. Gonna have to play with the transcoding settings some more, it seems.
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It might be your bitrate...the 2030kbs...though that doesn't seem too high and demanding. I just know the bitrate was the difference in playable and non-playable video on the PSP. I have no idea what the bitrate range the Droid wants though. Might try dropping it in increments and seeing if it eventually works.

Be nice if Motorola included some documentation on this.
You'd think if that we're the case, I'd see SOME kind of video. Choppy, or otherwise. I mean, I'm just seeing a black screen, with perfect audio.
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You'd think if that we're the case, I'd see SOME kind of video. Choppy, or otherwise. I mean, I'm just seeing a black screen, with perfect audio.
Usually means bad codec
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Agreed. But as you can see via the image I posted, that is not possibly the case.
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Wow...that's it?

Any programs that convert video free and easy? I hate jumping through hoops for this kinda crap.
Handbrake works and is free.
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You'll notice from the above posted picture, I already tried using Handbrake. LOL

What settings are using to convert your videos to get them to work on the phone?
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What settings are using to convert your videos to get them to work on the phone?
+1 on wanting to know this
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for some reason when i connect the phone with the usb cable there is no sd card folder or w/e i goto my computer and its my removable drive (E with only 2 folders in there, one of them has nothing in it and the other has like 2 pictures i took earlier...do i just make the folders? or what? lol help! plz
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You make a folder called music for your music, and so far no one really knows how to get movies working.
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it might be the display resolution you are using. test it out with something smaller like 480x320
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You make a folder called music for your music, and so far no one really knows how to get movies working.
nvm just got it to work thanks all i did was d/l a movie off of google videos i did it directly from my droid too!
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You'd think if that we're the case, I'd see SOME kind of video. Choppy, or otherwise. I mean, I'm just seeing a black screen, with perfect audio.
I just converted a video and am having the same issue.
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To clarify, opening videos is not the problem. You just need to have them in .mp4 or .3gp format. Then you can find them using the built-in gallery and navigating to the name of the folder.

The problem we're having is the encoding/transcoding settings in order to utilize the full resolution of the Droid and still have optimal framerates for playback.
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To clarify, opening videos is not the problem. You just need to have them in .mp4 or .3gp format. Then you can find them using the built-in gallery and navigating to the name of the folder.

The problem we're having is the encoding/transcoding settings in order to utilize the full resolution of the Droid and still have optimal framerates for playback.
Any playback would be nice as well.
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You'll notice from the above posted picture, I already tried using Handbrake. LOL

What settings are using to convert your videos to get them to work on the phone?
I'm using the iphone setting. I just converted Shrek3 from AVI to mp4 and it works.
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I'm using the iphone setting. I just converted Shrek3 from AVI to mp4 and it works.
But it doesn't maximize the screen resolution, right?
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But it doesn't maximize the screen resolution, right?
Hmm, you know the max resolution that will work? I don't as of yet. Still playing though.
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Yep, I am working on this issue also. I installed AndExplorer off of marketplace and with that I am able to goto my SD card and into the folder I created "video" and it shows a small film reel icon next to my video file. Of course its gotta be mp4 and plays it perfect. So that is my next project, finding a FAST converter. I have handbrake and am currently using it but I have no idea what the heck I am doing with that software... I can never find my output file?? Anyway, I am still looking at other options. What else you guys got??? Any hints of handbrake? I have looked at their site and only found a super basic doc that really doesnt even walk me thru a complete sample.

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I'm using the iphone setting. I just converted Shrek3 from AVI to mp4 and it works.
I tried the iphone setting but it changes it to m4v. Is this ok, or do i need to change it back to mp4?
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yeah, I noticed that too...


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I haven't tried m4v yet.

I'm encoding one now for ipod legacy at 640 width. I'll let you know if that works in a bit.

EDIT:

That worked too. Doesn't look to bad.

I'll try m4v and see what happens.
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Cool thanks for letting us know.

I have a question for handbrake, after I pick my source and destination file, click my settings and then press START, wait wait wait, then I get a popup that it Finished Encoding.... then im stuck. What the heck do I do now? I look everywhere and cant find the file. Sure I'm just missing something or ???

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.m4v seems to work just fine too.

Still set to ipod legacy.
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Cool thanks for letting us know.

I have a question for handbrake, after I pick my source and destination file, click my settings and then press START, wait wait wait, then I get a popup that it Finished Encoding.... then im stuck. What the heck do I do now? I look everywhere and cant find the file. Sure I'm just missing something or ???

thanks for the input
What type of file? I have encountered this with WMV files. It doesn't seem to encode correctly for some reason.
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.AVI files 650megs
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Hmm, did you change any other settings? What OS on the computer?
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Its on a laptop, vista 32bit.

I just tried again and it even say, "Encoding Finished" on the bottom left of the handbrake window. I looked in the folder specified and still no converted file.
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Hot damn... I think Its working. Not sure what I did but I restarted everything and now it looks like its working. I can actually see progress now in the pop up window.

I will post results in a few min
umm... Make that in the morning, its a 4 hour ETA WOW
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I just did a Video that came out to 848X368 and it works fine. mp4. Also, m4v does not work with the stock video player but it does with Act1.
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I just did a Video that came out to 848X368 and it works fine. mp4. Also, m4v does not work with the stock video player but it does with Act1.
Using Handbrake?
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