I just bought 5800 XM. now i want to add my videos on phone. But i cant find good converter software. Can you guys recommand me one?
If it's free it would be better. Still i wont hesitate to pay some buck for it.
I want software for computer not for phone.
I use AVS Video Converter 6. It allows you to import almost any video format, including unprotected DVDs and outpouts into any video format also. It is fully customizable in the way of the quality (bitrate), resolution, sound etc and there are many profiles already built in (i.e. for iPhones, branded MP3 Players, phones etc)
Screen shot here: http://www.avs4you.com/pics/screenshots/big/VideoC
Download here: http://www.avs4you.com/AVS-Video-Converter.aspx
I used N95.
and i usually use Moyea Video Converter to convert videos to the video formats acceptable to my phone for its advanced audio and video sync technology and multi-thread encoding technology.
I use SUPER from erightsoft which is a GUI from FFMPEG command line codec.
It's free and it works.
For DVD and other encoding needs I use ImToo products.
Check out my blog for information on these tools.
hi guys! I bought 5800 and i am using the internet tablet video converter.
I have a problem though. Tried converting divx and xvid files, but theres no sound.
i am using Moyea Video Converter to help me convert videos to 3gp workable to my N95.
what made me excited is its advanced audio and video synchnization...
2009-10-28 6:43 - last edited on 2009-11-03 8:33 by michaels
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Ultra Mobile 3Gp Video Converter .
For 5800 XM video size 640x 360
Quality set as Good for best image to file size
MP4 30 fps
Audio 96 kbps .
But their are plenty of Free video converters available from the simple to the full spec MediaCoder.
2009-10-31 7:46 - last edited on 2009-10-31 7:58 by alphaman
Remember whatever video converter you use to encode 'em, you need to limit the bitrate to some certain point. You cannot expect a video encoded with your best software with best combination but using 1500 bit rate per second. That said, I use 500-600 kbps for my N79, and it is smooth, any bigger amount than that causes to partial play-sound only.
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Remove the id means nothing as long as the link could provide more choice to people.
And I would take care not to post id with the link next time when posting on forum.
Thanks moderator for the reminder.
Any sorry for my bad english.
IMO, any video converter is not a good option. You would better get only 3gp video converter to convert videos into 3gp format.
You can try
The software is commercial but you can still get demo with 50% conversion before you buy it.
I respectfully disagree.
AnyVideoConverter is as good an option as the 3gpvideoconverter or Imtoo or Xilisoft or SUPER or FFMPEG or Videora or a ton of other different encoders.
Each one will have some Pros and Cons.
Each one will have problems with certain video types
Each will create its own set of issues and learning curve
As a rule of thumb, commercial products are slightly easier to use than shareware, freeware or others. They are also less likely to include spyware or adware or other malware.
SUPER and FFMPEG seem to be some of the most stable ones. IMHO. if you don't want to pay.
Hi, try freeware iwisoft free video converter, it never disappointed me to convert videos to divx, xvid or mp4 for my cell phone and iPod. It's quite easy to use, hope it also helps you.