Easiest way to convert Vidoes


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    I'll give it a try. I was trying to convert videos a while ago, when i took about 30 videos of my friends on a terrain park while skiing, with my droid. it took FOREVER
     
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    Well I meant it more for converting videos to watch on your droid, so for your application I don't know that it is as useful.
     
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    Ahh okay. I'll still try it. :)
     
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    Hey! I just stumbled upon this Wondershare Video Converter which can convert videos to my Droid.
     
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    Ya...$36 I'll pass. The one I posted at top works awesome! and it's free!
     
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    Ya, not true. Did you even look at my link? or how about the topic title?

    Handbrake is NOT the easiest way so why even post it here?
     
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    ROTF what?

    You set your settings *once* and make it a profile - then you convert using same profile - 2 click process, 1) select profile, 2) select file, 3) off you go.
     
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    That is assuming that everyone knows what settings they need to set.


    Ya I'm pretty sure mine is easier.
     
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    If this is a contest in easyness, DoubleTwist would win.
    Recognizes your android when you plug it in, drag file to your phone icon, done.
    It converts and stores in your video folder.
     
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    I guess you could say that it's the easiest but why do I need a full blown sync application when I can just drag and drop myself? I haven't ever tried DoubleTwist so I'm going to go ahead and download it and give it a check before I dog on it too much.
     
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    Have to admit I havn't tried your method either so it might be faster or more efficient, I don't know.
    Just saying that DoubleTwist will probably get the least clicks out of the process, if easyness is your main goal :)
     
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    I couldn't for the life of me get it to convert it and put it on my droid. Maybe I'm too impatient but it doesn't even say a percentage anywhere when it says syncing to droid.
     
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    Converting an MKV took very long for me too but converting an avi was a pretty normal conversion time.
    Like handbrake, which I use the most (smaller filesize, still 4gb card)
     
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    I'll stick with the one in the OP because it's very simple and drag and drop isn't hard for me to my sd card.
     

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