Someone Build a Good Video App Pleeeaze


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  1. sacbruda

    sacbruda New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Agggh ..sorry just had to vent. I love my G! and the Android OS but man did the intro phone come ill-equiped or what? I even usless clam phones play video nowadays. We have 3-4 Apps that work in a limited fashion only and even those require some technical knowledge of file conversion. If someone can make an app that supports basic video formats seen on many of todays phone the G! and Android OS would be so much better off. I'm sure many are willing to pay at this point. :D
     

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  2. Mi|enko

    Mi|enko Well-Known Member

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    Use one of the billion iphone or psp conversion softwares. It's not rocket science.
     
  3. SK.

    SK. Well-Known Member

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    Um what has the design of the phone got to do with it's capabilities? There are s60 clam phones for start and they can hardly be classed as useless seeing as S60 is one of the most popular smartphone platforms around, with pretty powerful capabilities.

    It supports mp4 and I don't really see what other you would need from a personal point of view.

    MP4 gives a better size and video quality that is more suitable to mobile sized screens, most if not all handsets these days use mp4 as their preffered video encoder. It has been pointed out there are simple hundreds of freeware applications out there that can do it in minutes. They have taken all the hard work out and all you do is select the screen size etc and away it goes.

    What formats did you want supported as I honestly can't think of many that would be better for the handset than what is already supported?
     
  4. danielbb

    danielbb Well-Known Member

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    He is right, a vlc for android is need. Xvid needs support.
     

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