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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Hand76, May 1, 2010.

  1. Hand76

    Hand76 Guest
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    I have XVid4PSP that I have been using for sometime to convert movies to an MP4 format that my PSP can read. Now when I take that same movie file and transfer it to the SD card on my Incredible, it plays but all I get is sound.

    Are there different types of MP4 files?
     

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  2. mark959022

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    Check out the DVDFab forums. Read the threads in DVD to mobile.
     
  3. Hand76

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    I will take a look thanks. But I am just hoping there is a work around for the files I have because I have liek 75-100 movies already converted.
     
  4. bigvinny

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  5. bigvinny

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    I tried to import some of my PSP-ready files, used same program, and with no success. I think Android OS does not support 29.97/30 fps mode. Ones encoded using "iPhone" setting encodes file in 23.97/24 fps mode even at same "x264 HQ Ultra" setting.
     
  6. mz_

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  7. Reddog80p

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    I've viewed old MP4 videos that I had encoded in the past for a Htc Touch 240 x 320 qvga screen size and they played fine. The screen was streached a bit but I had no video or audio issues besides the upscaling. It was also 29 fps. I just use the ipod custom resize and change settings to 800 x 488 for mp4 encoding.

    This is the freeware program I use... http://www.cocoonsoftware.com/
     
  8. Lars

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    Isn't there an android version of vlc?
     

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