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  1. PabloEscobar

    PabloEscobar Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I put a video on my SD card (flv) and i cant play it.

    What video formats are supported for watching videos from the SD card?

    Thanks
    PabloEscobar
     

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  2. saamlee92

    saamlee92 Well-Known Member

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    man, flv files need special codecs even in the pcs...
    You can use better and more known formats, such as mkv, avi, divx, mp4

    720p videos run great
     
  3. PabloEscobar

    PabloEscobar Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have been pulling my hair out all night trying to find a good free converter to convert my flv file to any format which the Galaxy S can play.

    Can someone please suggest a free converter, as im sure people will use them on here.

    The flv is not great quality so it doesnt have to encode hd.

    Thanks,
    PabloEscobar
     
  4. melll

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  5. PabloEscobar

    PabloEscobar Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Wont that only keep the audio of the movie since its output is mp3?
     
  6. melll

    melll Well-Known Member

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    Nope it does both for audio and video. They just advertise it funny.

    But that should work for ya.
     
  7. lobo76

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    I haven't tried it on flv. .... but you might want to try 'format factory'. I used the AlltoAVI and it works for my mkv files.
     

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