Guest GTP04 Posted May 25, 2011 Report Share Posted May 25, 2011 So I have figured out that by converting any divx, xvid, what have you, you can properly play movies using the stock android movie player, through hdmi to an HD tv. Just use a program to convert to h.264 (mp4) what i am wondering is is there anything else or any way to convert these movies and not have them be 2x larger in file size. I upped the framerate up a little from what the auto does with the program i am using, but i am doing this because i was getting a littly choppiness at the 23.75 or whatever the defaut was. So far the file sizes havent been that big a deal considering we have microsd, an sdcard slot on the dock and can use usb sticks, its easy enough to have extra memory to hold the movies, but i would still like to see if i can decrease the size. i am using Freemake video converter to convert xvids and divx to h.264 using the apple option, and then tweaking out the settings to optimize for the resolution. I read that this is the only format that the tegra will use hardware decoding to play it, and have found that this is the ony way i can get it to play from the transformer through hdmi to my tv. I have upped the framerate to 30 fps i believe, and have gone from about 1400MB to almost 2500MB. I guss thats actually not that bad, but anyone have any tips to my process to make it even better? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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