Thanks for the tip. Good article.
I have been using a few different convertes which employ various levels of hardware exceleration via Nvidia CUDA. One of the things I had run across now that I have been pressed into favors for converting to a variety of phones are the individual level of compliance to standards deployed in the individual devices, a bit of an irritant.
Sep 24 2010, 2:15 PM EDT by
Mobile Video for Dummies
Ok ladies and gentlemen, I will be forever grateful if this can be answered.
I have an HTC Touch Pro, and until now I have always used my phone for calls/email mainly. I have now discovered the world of mobile media. Could someone please give me step by step instructions (not as bad as click on file start etc, I’m not an idiot just inexperienced with movies) on how to convert movie files so they may be watch on my device without issues.
For example, I have no idea what file compressions are, no idea what size the files need to be etc. I have a free version of Prism Video Converter and that’s about it. Thank you for your assistance.
Apr 2 2009, 4:53 PM EDT by
Create and Convert 3GP video
Put video onto smartphones in the 3GP format With smartphones, as any portable device, there are three big chunks to the process of getting your favorite episode of Twin Peaks out on the road with you: Recording or downloading the video
Sep 21 2010, 4:47 AM EDT by kelrq