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Old 11-11-2006, 03:51 PM
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I used Mark22's settings with SUPER. I got fantastic video, but the audio was out of sync. Does anyone know how to fix this?...

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Old 12-11-2006, 04:12 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Padfoot
I'm using the programm you advised, but those settings aren;t getting me anywhere.

I did get it to work though I than tried converting to 3gp and it works.
I can now use the realplayer on my phone :P

edit: the program discribed above is shareware and leaves an imprint in your movie, I found a better program for it later on: Acala 3GP, just search for it on google, you can't miss it

good luck!


Yeah I got Imtoo and the 3gp conversion when u turn up the settings is perfect. BUT, I dont think u can make a stereo 3gp. So... back to the mpeg4 conversion. I just can not get an mpeg4 to play. I've tried everything. The fone sees it in there and then just says can not play. Anyone worked this one out yet?

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Old 13-11-2006, 11:29 AM
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Try ffmpeg with something like this:

ffmpeg -i yourmovie.avi -vcodec xvid -hq -qscale 5 -r 15 -4mv -trell -s 320x240 -acodec aac -ac 2 -ar 32000 -ab 64 yourmovie.mp4

-qscale is the quality.
rename it to whatever.3gp for a 3gp-file.

Quicktime Pro also works fine.

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Old 13-11-2006, 02:21 PM
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I use Super myself and find it to be a good program for converting to 3gp.

The settings I use for my N73 are:

Output Container=3gp Nokia/NEC/Siemens

Output Video Codec=H263

Output Audio Codec=AMR Narrow Band or AAC (Try experimenting with this)

VIDEO
Video Scale=176x144

Aspect=11:9

Frames p/sec=12 or 15

Bitrate kbps=144

High Quality=Checked

Stretch it=Checked

AUDIO
Sampling Freq=8000

Channels=1

Bitrate kbps=13

DVD Language Select=Default.

Experiment with these settings to get the best, but the above seem to give some good returns.

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Old 14-11-2006, 01:58 AM
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The N73 like the N80 Supports the superior Mp4-AVC file format so i dont understant why people insist on using the lower quality 3gp file format. Its like having a DVD player but only playing VCDs on it.

Use Super and Import the attached profile (Right Click on Supers Main Window and Select "Import (Load) An External Super(C) Profile") to convert any files into Mp4 AVC file format playable on your N80/N73.

It roughly equates to about 15mb for 3 minutes of video although size can be reduced easily by downgrading the audio settings
But video quality is amazing.

Let me kno how u get on...
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Old 20-11-2006, 12:45 AM
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4Site how did u work that out?..???..TOTALLY sorted now. Thanks man...Converts everything to a great qual mpeg4 and produces amazing stereo sound on my N73. (providing a good source of course) I played around with different configs. I found that for widescreen movies and tv shows like lost, prison break etc, simply choose video scale size 320x240, select 16:9 and 15 fps. I tried higher fps but my N73 wasnt having it. Everything else like Southpark, Family guy, Simpsons, Alex Jones reports... just change the aspect to 4:3 for full screen business. UNTICK the "stretch it" box if u dont like your widescreen movies being stretched and look wierd.

When you hear it on the stereo N73 you will be amazed. Forget 3gp forever. I've been waiting for this for ages!

Thanks 4Site!

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Old 20-11-2006, 01:08 AM
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I got peed off wid watching prison break/family guy/simpsons/lost in crappy 3gp quality on the tube to work when i knew both my N80 and N73 (yes i'm that lucky) phones supported Mp4-AVC so i did a lil research found out bout super used nokia media guide and after a few attempts hey presto.

Sum1 should pin that profile cause video conversions a topic that keeps coming up over and over again with ppl being mislead into using inferior conversions.

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Old 22-11-2006, 09:16 AM
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n73 playback probs

Hi

New to all this, tried 4Site method with importing settings into Super to convert avi Mp4 AVC format, did a simpsons episode, but it will not play in real play on N73 , not even reconised in Divx or Smartmovie.
Total newb, so any help appreciatted

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Old 22-11-2006, 10:59 AM
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try to check out my thread in the N80 forum its more detailed

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Old 23-11-2006, 09:22 AM
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Just to clarify some video things (i'm a videogeek, sorry).

3gp and mp4 are containers as well as avi, mov, mpg and so on.
Then we have the codecs as h.263, h.264, mpeg-4 SP/ASP, divx...

3gp i just a kind of tighter container of mp4 so it's possible to use h.264/AVC and AAC in a 3gp container but not with the same resolutions and bitrates as in a mp4 container. It's also possible to have h263 video and AMR audio with it's crappy quality in a mp4 container.

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Old 03-12-2006, 04:25 PM
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Smartmovie converter problems

Hi,
I have problem s with converting files in SmartMovie converter. I want to watch films on my mobile N73 and this is the only converter i know what can add subtitles to a film. When I add a video file to smart movie converter it converts video with no problem at least one...it always writes my in audio option "no sound" so when conversion finish i can play the video in my mobile but without the sound:( It's makes me crazy I have tried every things i know so now I want to ask you for advice could someone of you please help me?
Thanks a lot for every idea.

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Old 23-03-2007, 02:47 PM
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Hi nj7 - I have a nokia n73. I have been trying for the last 3 hours to convert .AVI file on Super so that I can view it on my phone, but every option that I have chosen thus far has been unable. What settings do you use?

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Old 23-03-2007, 02:50 PM
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nj7 - i have been trying for the past 3 hours to convert .avi files in Super so that I can view them on my nokia n73. Every attempt has been unsuccessful - what settings are you using?

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Old 23-03-2007, 03:10 PM
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SUPER
1. 3gp; 2. mpeg4; 3. AAC;
Video: 320x240; 4/3; 15fps; 384kbps; - or another combination here (more quality / more size).

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Old 26-03-2007, 03:43 PM
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I used Xilisoft DVD Ripper Platinum selecting iPod settings.

It ripped to mp4 with postbox bars, video and audio in sync, v good image quality, about 450MB for a 1.5 hr movie
 

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