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Discussion in 'Music & Media' started by jasonfortner74, Sep 28, 2011.

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    Coby kyros 7024 android 2.2 tablet, 1 ghz processor, 512 mb ram with a total of 12 gigs storage. Why can't i make this device play movie's where the audio is synced to the video? Is there a file ext. that works best? Is it a frame rate issue? Am I just useless? If you find the answer to be the latter I'm willing to learn. thanks
     

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    Whats the source of these videos? What was used to convert? What codec, resolution, and bitrate are they in? Do they play in sync on a pc?

    The extension doesnt matter, its the codec, and you should use h264 baseline codec.
     
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    Way over my head, but I feel you are going in a direction I can follow. I should have mentioned I have an iphone and itunes is my friend beecause I don't need to know what you're talking about because steve jobs took care of all the technical stuff for me. I guess I should ask what program do I need to convert files for android devices.
     
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    Handbrake is the easiest, its free and will automatically convert to h264 for you. Search around here, there are a few guides to show you how to use it.
     
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