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Anyone, please, who want to test this video file:
http://rghost.net/pr...304155e04501727

Is this file smoothly playable in stock player on zte blade 3?

My cousin is coming for 2 or 3 days, and i want to encode some video material for her zte blade 3. I never have android telephone, so I am wondering is this right settings. File works good on my psp.

Thanks!

Sorry if this is a wrong question.

Edited by jation, 16 March 2013 - 05:18 AM.

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GizmoTheGreen

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you can encode with 800x480 resolution you know...

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I know. But I have low upload speed so use low resolution to get small file size for this test video. I only want to know if x264 settings which I choose work for her telephone.

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I use handbrake to encode my files. the Android Medium setting works perfect.

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Plays perfectly with the built in video player and MX Player.

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Thanks!!!
I mostly use StaxRip for video converting but this is first time to converting for Android mobile phone. Probably baseline profile ini x264 settings do the job properly.

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yep, baseline profile and 800x480, not sure about bitrates but around a 1000-1500kbps variable is what I use for movies. for anime/cartoonsm around 700-1000 variable.

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