Super C for videos?Support


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  1. sono

    sono Member This Topic's Starter

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    Has anyone used "super C" to convert videos and put them on the SD card? I use to use it for my old Blackberry and now am tweaking with the settings for the INC. Can anyone help?
     

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  2. ctc

    ctc Well-Known Member

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    Try handbrake. There are a couple threads about it. It is a good converter and if you use the iPhone preset output it works in the Inc. There are ways to get better quality but that preset works without any fuss.
     
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    AGWednesday Well-Known Member

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    Any Video Converter. Use the Nexus One setting.
     
  4. technoid

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    I like Any Video Converter, but I found that the audio gets out of sync with the video on full-length movies.

    Handbrake does not have audio normalization and the resulting audio is softer than AVC. However, I have never seen Handbrake get my audio out of sync on the 15 or so movies I have converted.

    I use the default "iPhone and iTouch" preset selection (in Handbrake Windows version 0.9.4) and crank up the Audio DRC (dynamic range compression) to 3.0 to hear the softer sounds.
     

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