stripeycat

Converting video for the 750v..?

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Has anyone got this right yet? I tried with one of my sitcom episodes a while ago but it was pretty sketchy. Any preferences out there for settings and apps used to get vids onto the beastie?

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Has anyone got this right yet? I tried with one of my sitcom episodes a while ago but it was pretty sketchy. Any preferences out there for settings and apps used to get vids onto the beastie?

I encode my movies with PocketDivXEncoder (http://www.pocketdivxencoder.net) which is free, works great and is easy to use and watch them on the treo with the "The Core Pocket Media Player" (http://tcpmp.corecodec.org/about) which is also free and quite powerful. I've been using these two even before i had my treo on my SPV C500. And rarely had problems. Sometimes PocketDivXEncoder cant encode a file but that happens to only about 2-3% of my video files.

A 25 minute Scrubs episode encoded at maximum picture and audio quality at 320x240 come at around 65-70mb. It plays perfectly smooth and with great quality.

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Hmm, i tried the Core player but it was choppy as hell. I don't think i've tried that encoder yet, so i'll give it a shot; most probably my quicktime encoding was up the pole.

Thanks for the info :rolleyes:

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No problem.

You're right probably your encoding wasnt that good. Try pocketdivxencoder, even on the less powerful C500 i never had a problem with choppiness unless the resolution was very high.

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