All About Symbian - Nokia (S60) and Sony Ericsson (UIQ) smartphones unwrapped

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Old 03-01-2007, 12:59 AM
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Hey Martin
Agree with your views about the whole issue of quality versus file size totally but a 1gb memory card is pretty much the standard nowadays and with the price of 2GB SD cards shooting down all the time there's no point having a phone with the capability to act on par with most personal media player (AS WELL as everything else it can manage to a exceedingly high standard) and not taking full advantage of it.

ROLL ON 4GB cards i say.
4Site,

Even so I think your Profile is overkill,

I have some TV shows encoded in the following way,

320x240 180kbps mp4v + 64kbps-2ch mp4a (25fps)

The files are only 80mb for a 45 minute TV show. I watch these on my 80cm Tv & would rate them as VHS quality. On a 2.4" screen these look flawless.

The Video is 25fps, it's encoded in MPEG-4 ASP & the bitrate is only 180kbps!. We have only 15fps to encode & use AVC/H.264 which is even more efficient so anything more than 180kbps is overkill.

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Old 04-01-2007, 12:20 AM
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You might be right to keep the guide as useful as possible I'm gonna try lower bitrates to compare the quality/file size issue.

I'll post my findings in the next update of the guide.

Any1 aware of any AVC/H.264 encoders that have worked on the NSeries phones?

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Old 04-01-2007, 04:14 AM
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You might be right to keep the guide as useful as possible I'm gonna try lower bitrates to compare the quality/file size issue.

I'll post my findings in the next update of the guide.
Keep up the good work.

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Old 07-01-2007, 06:38 PM
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before conversion of the fille how can i attach the subtitle to the movie?????

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Old 08-01-2007, 01:11 PM
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after upgrading to the new bulid SUPER Version 2007 build 21... the option "stretch it" is gone...anybody know how can i stretch the widescreen movie in the new version?

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Old 11-01-2007, 05:26 PM
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hi ive saved the profile attached to this thread. i load up super. i import the profile and

(1) under "select output container" it says mp3 (audio only) . do i need to change this to mp4?

(2) under "select output video codec" its blank. what do i do?

(3) under "select output audio codec" it says mp3 is that right?

(4) under video bitrate kbps i see the option for 336 but not 228 which you recommend that we select to reduce file size. do you mean 288?

apologies if i sound a bit dense. im new to this conversion lark. any help would be greatly appreciated!!

thanks

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Old 11-01-2007, 08:31 PM
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The profile that you've downloaded is not valid anymore. That is only for the old version of Super. But don't worry, the programm is not as complicated as it may seem. So you going to start from a scratch.

1. Select Output Container - mp4 ( I used this container as it can be play with Realplayer and it is the best container for video rather than 3gp)

2. Output Video Codec - H.264/AVC ( This is the newest codec that can be played by N73 and the video is surely better than 3gp)

3. Output Audio Codec - AAC

4. Video Scale Size - 320x240 ( for N73; depends on your mobile resolutions)

5. Aspect Ratio - 4:3

6. Frame/Sec - 15 - (if you want better picture you can select 23.98 or higher, but than the file size would be bigger)

7. Bitrates - 240 - ( you can choose from range 192 - 336 for better picture)

8. Sampling Freq - normally 44100 - or you still can lower the freq but it effects the quality of sound

9. Channel - 2 - for stereo

10. Bitrates - 32 or higher

11. Then add your input/original file using right click options or just drag it into Super

12. Encode! - this going to take a while

that was it! Enjoy then.

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Old 12-01-2007, 08:20 AM
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thanks pnqiu!! top man! and also thanks to MartinC#1 and 4Site!

4Site produces great quality but ive found that the files cant be shared with my mates via bluetooth. they play fine on my phone but the icon is of a broken file for some reason

martinc#1 good quality and the videos can be shared!!

cheers people

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Old 13-01-2007, 06:25 PM
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Unhappy hope this is the right place

Hi, guys.

I have an N73 ME (very thrilled 'bout it ) and since for now my home PC is busted really bad I only have my iMac at work.

So, any of you know how I can convert some videos using OS X software ?
Thanks.

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Old 13-01-2007, 08:04 PM
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Here are my SUPERv2007.build.21 Settings for my N73 w/c produces the least frameskip among other tested settings

Output Container - MP4

Output Video CODEC - H.264/AVC

Output Audio Codec - AAC

Video Scale Size - 320x240

Aspect - 4:3

Frame/Sec - 14.985 (has less frameskip than 15fps)

Bitrate Kbps - 384 (192 - 384 its up to you really)

H264 Profile - Baseline 1.2 (needed to be selected otherwise won't work with your phone)

Sampling Frequency - 44100

Channels - 2

Bitrate Kbps - 128

** Uncheck 'Use Direct Draw' **

** Uncheck 'Hi Quality' **

** Uncheck 'Top Quality' **
Attached Files
File Type: zip N73_Best Quality.zip (794 Bytes, 1167 views)

Last edited by spoochan; 13-01-2007 at 08:29 PM.

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Old 16-01-2007, 01:10 AM
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Appreciation to all the people who helped people with the new release of Super (about time) while i was away.


Please note within the next week or so I will update the guide

but i'm fed up of Super's unreliability so the next edition of the guide will be using M3 Mobile Music Video Encoder (freeware again) and will be as easy to follow as this version (if not easier).

Advantages of using M3 will include automatic variable levels of encoding to help people with limited disk space, more robust and reliable encoding, and (hopefully) thumbnails working in the Gallery for H.264 video.

Keep Fresh and Stay Active

S.I.T.E.

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Old 20-01-2007, 03:26 AM
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N73 low memory

I followed your instructions perfectly, made a 180MB movie file and put it onto my 256MB miniSD. Went to play it on my N73 and got the message that there was not enough memory...please close some applications. There are no applications open that I know of... What do you think is going on here? Please advise. Thanks.
-Sam

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Old 22-01-2007, 06:12 PM
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A little problem

Hi!
I've got an N73, but when i convert my files in the mp4 AVC format they doesn't work on the phone.
Have you got a guess about it?
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Old 23-01-2007, 12:18 AM
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Well, ive been using M3 since it's inital version and it's come along way. Ive used super!!, nero etc etc, but m3 is simply the best by far.

Recent addition's allow for creating your own profile, for mobiles that aren't listed.

I use these settings for the best output ive ever seen from a converter...

Screen res - 320 x240 or 352 x 288

Video bitrate - 325

Sound bitrate 96 or 128 kbps (LC AAC)

Frames Per Sec - 15 (anything upward produces skipping..especially at 25fps)

Quality - Best

Did rocky iv tonight under these settings..and it came in at a reasonable 263mb.
Quite sufficient if you have a gig card or even a 512 card.

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Old 23-01-2007, 02:13 AM
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Hi!
I've got an N73, but when i convert my files in the mp4 AVC format they doesn't work on the phone.
Have you got a guess about it?
More than likely the avc file is not in the right format

Is there sound or video or does nothing happen at all?


Video

Should use the H.264 / AVC codec
Resolution should be 320 x 240
Framerate should be 15 frames per second
Bitrate should be less than 384kbs
H.264/AVC Profile should be Baseline profile 1.2 (below should work too)

Audio

Should be in AAC format
Should be 44100
Stereo or Mono (means 1 or 2 channels)
Bitrate should be 128kbps or below

The audio settings are pretty flexible so can be adjusted to suit needs such as disk space and etc. The video settings however are pretty much set in stone so be careful they are not incorrectly set as this would make the file unplayable.

Watch out for the new guide being posted this weekend or early next week.
 

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