perfect video converter for sony X10Support


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  1. mhere

    mhere Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi all,

    I cannot find a perfect video converter for my sony x10, can u guy tell me some software which perfectly converting sony x10 video???
     

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  2. dpk0875

    dpk0875 Active Member

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    hey mhere, i have tried several different programs; super, avs, and some other no namers and the simplest way that works for me is using media go program that comes with the phone. the program itself recognizes avi, divx files and what not and if the format doesn't suit the phone then it converts the files automatically so by the time its uploaded to your phone it's watchable. the transfer time will seem to take awhile but thats because the files being converted. and if the screen seems small just double tap the screen to full screen it, hope this helps!
     
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  3. kezm

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    thanks a lot tried this and it works fine
     
  4. Hunted

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    i generally use ffmpegx... might try this media go out though....
     
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    mhere Member This Topic's Starter

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    Okie, I will try it then...thank you
     
  6. razvan06

    razvan06 Well-Known Member

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    as i said in a earlier post ,you can try Ultra Video Converter ,has many presets like AVI(Xvid/DivX) ,mpeg1/2 ,asf ,flv ,mp4 (iphone/windows format/BB/psp) ,has the "custom resolution" option ... you can change the aspect ratio to your liking or leave it like it is ,you can set the quality and cut vids :D
     
  7. Eddie_Brock

    Eddie_Brock Well-Known Member

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    My phone doesn't have a 'Media Go' program, just the MediaScape app...

    I would eventually like to take a divx or potentially .mkv/.m2ts file and pop it onto the SD card for later viewing. What is the best format for viewing on the X10? Obviously having it fullscreen (landscape) is optimal. Which converter best achieves this goal?
     
  8. skimminstones

    skimminstones Well-Known Member

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    The Media Go program is part of the ericsson pc suite. Have you laoded that onto your computer? The first option that comes up will be Media Go
     
  9. Eddie_Brock

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    Negative. I did not get a cd/dvd with the phone. I have the SE Update Service installed from their webpage, but thats it.
    If its an auto-run thing, that could explain it, as I always 'open folder' so that I can drag-n-drop stuff onto the SD.
     
  10. Dunc-x10

    Dunc-x10 Well-Known Member

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    Media Go Is available on line m8 I just used it to covert a divx and added it to my phone at the same time worked a treat :)
     
  11. dpk0875

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    i don't think anyone's x10 came with a cd/dvd. x10 came with a 16gb memorycard that had installation file that installs ericsson pc suite with media go. it was in the list of options when you connect x10 to the computer via usb. but like dunc-x10 said you can download it from the internet also
     
  12. xxcysxx

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    I use psp video 9 to convert my videos to mp4 for my x10 and the picture quality is amazing. Great picture clarity and fluid rendering. Give it a go, its free for download.

    I use the ps3 device with mpeg4 avc 1080p 2-pass profile
    use generic 2-pass, high profile, 3.1 level, abr mode, 5120kbps bitrate
    854x480 resolution and max resolution, original aspec ratio and framerate

    I use these settings to convert my camcorder mts file. Works great and fast conversion.
     
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    TheManWithAPlan Well-Known Member

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    Who needs a converter when you have this baby.. http://db.tt/fe6xq7

    and this is not even the final version.. but this divx player runs smooth! Thought yxflash was decent although it lagged a little but this 1 suprised me.. its the best ive seen by far!!

    Btw when you start files ul see like frames per sec info in corner but if u jus tap screen and double tap the divx sign it will disappear. Then hit the fullscreen icon on the bottom left and your good to go ;-)

    Hope it helpz!! and enjoy!!
     
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  15. Mxtc

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    on Mac (OSX) I use, MPEG Streamclip. (free program)

    Since the Sony Xperia X10 is a 'widescreen' device, I'll crop the black bars at the top when converting videos. Like xxcysxx said, convert it at 854x480, MP4 so it looks best on your device.
     
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    I use TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress, and i get a perfect resoloution (fills out the screen), good fps, and good audio aswell
     
  17. Brunswick

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    Cant remember where but either on this site or XDA there was a post just as the X10 was being released about a converter. Do a search here as it was very good. It had all the customized settings laid out for perfect conversions. Ill take a look and see if I can find it and post the link here.
     
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    Alright, I finally got around to getting MediaGo installed, and I have to say that its THE app to use. (It was not included with my phone, and I did have to download it from the sony website)

    I transferred over a few albums (mp3) and a quick movie-clip to try out. The original format was .AVI (divx), I simply dragged it over to the phone, and it began its work. It re-encoded/converted the .avi to a format that the phone likes, and transferred it over as well. The entire process took just a couple of minutes (small file). The video looked GREAT on the phone, and there was no noticable quality loss, or black bars.

    If you want to get movies/videos onto your phone, use this app. No need to mess around with re-encoding it yourself, or picking the appropriate resolution. This is as simple as dragging an file over to your phone and it does the rest of the work.

    thanks to everyone who pointed me in this direction.:eek:
     
  20. oct_7

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    Heard about that player, but I have not installed it as I read it requires 2.1. Is it working fine on your X10? Thanks,
     
  21. TheManWithAPlan

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    Is that what it sayz? Works like a charm for me!! No problems..definitely the best app for movies. Some guy mentioned how he was shocked that he managed to play his 1080i video and at 30fps.. My videos are usually around 23-25fps!

    Hope that helps in any way!!
     

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