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Support Super C for videos?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sono, Jun 18, 2010.

  1. sono

    sono Member
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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

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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.
     
  3. AGWednesday

    AGWednesday Well-Known Member
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    Any Video Converter. Use the Nexus One setting.
     
  4. technoid

    technoid New Member
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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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