Support Convert 1280x720.3gp video into format in dvd player

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mikeoncamano, Sep 19, 2010.

  1. mikeoncamano

    mikeoncamano New Member
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    I have the htc droid Incredible Froyo installed. I'm shooting 1280x720 video. I've downloaded the 3gpp video/audio files to my computer and want to burn them to a cd or dvd.

    How do I convert the 3gpp audio/video files to a format that can be viewed with a dvd player or on another computer? Do you know of any Conversion software that will accomplish this?

    I have a 22 minute video shot at 720p resolution which consumed 1.24GB.
     

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  2. thelastdraco

    thelastdraco Well-Known Member
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    Depending on the type of your dvd player, you should check what formats are supported. If its a regular dvd player you can use Nero or Windows movie maker to create a dvd that can be played in your dvd player. Check the final output files they should contain the extension .vob (fairly large file) along with other files. Your life would b a lot easier if u have a newer dvd player as they support many file extensions. If not search on Google for 3gp to dvd.
     
  3. mikeoncamano

    mikeoncamano New Member
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    I've done the search on Google, but didn't see anything that would convert HD (720p) 3gpp audio/video files into say, AVI format.

    I'm looking for a universal file format that many users can use, either using their own computer or cd/dvd player.
     
  4. jsjames

    jsjames Well-Known Member
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    I'm trying to share a 720P 3gp file with co-workers without much luck. I have converted the file with Format Factory a few times without great results. I wish there was a better way to share these videos. YouTube would not take the file for some reason. It's only 400MB.
     
  5. Casbah

    Casbah Well-Known Member
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    You could also download Handbrake and just covert it to a standard NTSC or PAL format, then burn to DVD using your computer app. That's how I'd do it.
     

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