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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by kingdave, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. kingdave

    kingdave Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Hi all,

    I'm looking for a program that can convert the many large MKV files I have into something more manageable for my DHD to play.

    I had been using Videora iPod Convertor and using the preset iPod Touch/iPhone settings but the results can be blocky.

    So what does everyone else use?

    I'm not looking to do batch conversions, but simple cut down the file size and screen size of movies/TV shows for me to watch on long journeys.
     



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  2. wastedagen

    wastedagen Member

    I use TMPGEnc eXpress 4. Fantastic bit of video editing kit.

    I have now upgraded to TMPGEnc video master 5.

    These read and encode about every format I could throw at it. Including flv.
     
  3. kingdave

    kingdave Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter


    Looks great (and pricey) for the pro user.

    Anyone got any free suggestions that work really well?
     
  4. arlrb

    arlrb Android Enthusiast

    HandBrake

    Not tried it for mkv files myself, but it says it can do them.
     
  5. dan_hin

    dan_hin Member

    +1 for handbrake, you could also try after effects ;)
     
  6. bograma

    bograma Newbie

    I use Mobo Player, no conversion needed. For avi and xvid, etc. Free app in the Market.
     
  7. kingdave

    kingdave Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter


    I can't find that in the market. I really need something to cut down the 1.09GB HD TV mkv files I have to something more manageable.

    I'm also going away on a week long business trip next week so it would be useful to rip some DVD's so I have something to watch in the evenings.
     
  8. widehead

    widehead Android Enthusiast

    Vuze.

    It converts media for Android, PS3, Xbox, iPod AND is a torrent search engine/download manager AND streams media from my laptop to my wireless network at home.

    HD Videos converted look stunning.
     

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