I did a conversion from with the E90 xml file, the conversion really to very long.
Now it has become a MP4 file but when I open divx he cannot find it. Is it because it doesn't support MP4 and only avi?
And when I run the videoclip in RealPlayer it is very slow :s
DivxMobile is free and mediacoder aswell but I more like the Smartmovie app, it comes with his own converter and is fast in converting the video the the requested screensize.
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I've been following this thread and decided to try to put a full lenght DVD on my E90 using MediaCoder and the E90 presets. The first thing I did was to rip the DVD into MP2 format and then I put it through the conversion process.
When I was finished I had an MP4 video of the movie. It plays fine but it still doesn't fill up the whole screen. I was playing it back on the Real Player app. that that came with my divice.
Can anyone explan why the video doesn't fill up the whole screen? Should I be using a different player? I'm at a loss
Hi Khoolhandz and Hi everybody.
this will convert the movie in full screen even there is a black bars on the lowest and highest part of the original movie...if it doesnt then whats the difference between all the software and setting mentioned here and the Total Video Converter i use??...it also just change the resolution which if we havethe option in real player to Strech the Video to full the screen will make any converter useless...
I dont have E90 but am only interested so sorry if am asking stupid question.
I use HandBrake which converts DVDs to play perfectly on my E90 using the built in RealPlayer (hit key 2 to play fullscreen). The settings I use are as follows. The E90 screen is 800 x 352 = a ratio of 800/352=2.27 so if your DVD source is for example 720x576 set the size to 720/2.27 = 317, 317 is not a selectable option but the closest setting in handbrake is 320, so the size becomes 720x320. I keep handbrake on automatic crop which in this case is top 74 pixels and bottom 76 pixels. Other settings include:
Target Size: 1Gb which gives an Average bitrate of 1119 kbps
it will convert a DVD in about 30 to 50% of the length of the DVD, so about 40 minutes.