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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rjjr2531, May 28, 2010.

  1. rjjr2531

    rjjr2531 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    soon as i get this im taking some summer trips and would like to load up some avi and wmv files...does it work with any format or mp4 only? thanks for any help, advice, and web links
     


  2. pingpongboss

    pingpongboss Android Enthusiast

    Try Handbrake. Use iPhone settings as a start.
     
  3. fr4nk1yn

    fr4nk1yn Guest

    Handbrake. Try These settings* :)

    *unzip and import into HandBrake.
     

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  4. rjjr2531

    rjjr2531 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    THANKS to you both!
     
  5. Jesse

    Jesse Well-Known Member

    Another vote for Handbrake.
     
  6. tp2386

    tp2386 Well-Known Member

    So handbrake does not support avi files?
     
  7. fr4nk1yn

    fr4nk1yn Guest

    Hnadbrake, the current version, only encodes to MP4 and MKV.
     
  8. alamoe

    alamoe Android Enthusiast

  9. vkdroid

    vkdroid Well-Known Member

    I think Super is pretty good, though I've never used it for converting stuff to a phone format. It's really extensive.

    SUPER &copy
     
  10. sikclown

    sikclown Android Expert

    I second the Super for more advanced conversions. Works great. You will have to go through some trial and error to get the best format for your tastes
     
  11. c12ack

    c12ack Lurker

    Hello,

    What settings do you guys use? I first used tunebite. Converted Pelham 123 digital copy from .wmv to .mp4. In tunebite, audio is converted to mp3, original bitrate. Video is converted to .mp4 1024 bitrate. Frame rate same as original. Resolution same as original. 720x384. Worked perfectly. Good color. Audio matched. File was less than 900 megs.

    However, after that time, Tunebite's audio wasn't in sync with the video. (lip syncing) As much as 2-3 seconds behind. I tried several settings without resolution. Tunebites support isn't the best either.

    I then bought another program - Daniusoft Media Converter Ultimate. It converts good. I converted Pelham123 again from the original digital copy. However the color and picture were not as crisp as tunebites. The settings on those were:

    Resolution 720x384
    Frame Rate Same as Original
    Bit Rate 1500 (and I tried 512)
    h.264 Encoder .mp4 file

    I tried Handbrake but the program keeps shutting down after 2%.

    Basically, whats the best settings (regardless of software) for the best quality video for the Evo? Thanks in advance.

    Chris
     
  12. n0apostrophe

    n0apostrophe Member

    well if you can get handbrake to work How to convert videos and transfer them to the HTC EVO 4G - Know Your Cell use those guidelines. worked perfectly for me. i believe the link a few posts up might be this.
     
  13. IPvFletch

    IPvFletch Android Enthusiast

    Handbrake keeps hanging my PC when it reads. It never is able to fully read, unlike Xilisoft and others which have no problem.. Any ideas??
     
  14. Imarc4G

    Imarc4G Member

    Well I always used "Free Studio Manager", you can google it or download it at Download.com. I was playing with this today, trying to find the best setting, I found the best setting is 480x320 at 30fps or 29fps. It works perfectly it fills the screen totally, and it doesn't take to much space. Ofcourse you can go with 720x480, but the file is going to be too big, is it's going to look the same on the 4.3 screen. I did the 720 and 480, with the same movie, and they both looked equally good. Unless your planning on seeing the movies on a LCD using the hdmi port, I would say, Yes go with 720 instead. But if your just going to see it on your phone, go for 480 with 30fps, it'll look good and you'll have some more space, for more movies.
     
  15. cary328is

    cary328is Android Expert

    If you dont want to convert from AVI - just google "rockplayerbase"
     
  16. DVD Fab is the best to me.... and if u search u can get it for free
     
  17. IPvFletch

    IPvFletch Android Enthusiast

    What about for a Mac?
     
  18. thaprinze

    thaprinze Well-Known Member

    I use Zune Video Converter for converting videos from/to just about any format. It's free & very easy to use.
     
  19. Ninjac

    Ninjac Lurker

    Another vote for DVDFab. I converted Avatar easily and with no issues. It looks great on the Evo's huge screen.
     
  20. F16Vet

    F16Vet Lurker

    Did you convert a Blu-ray version of Avatar or a standard DVD? Anyone had experience with the DVDFab "Blu-ray to Mobile" software?
     
  21. EarlyMon

    EarlyMon The PearlyMon
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  22. F16Vet

    F16Vet Lurker

    Bump
     
  23. ceothachosen1

    ceothachosen1 Lurker

    double twist does it great for me
     

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