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    Uploading Videos to the Droid

    Still early, but was wondering if anyone might know based on what we know about the resolution and the types of files it will play.

    I use CloneDVD Mobile and Slysoft AnyDVD. Would anyone know the settings within to convert DVDs for playback on this device? On my Storm, I use the iPhone setting within. Perhaps we'll need to use a custom setting in this one due to the high quality.

    Ideas/Suggestions?
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    Handbreak i feel is hands down one of the best FREE movie converters out there.

    Rip the movie using DVD decryptor to an ISO and then use handbreak to encode it in whatever format you want.
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    copied from the motorola spec sheet:

    • MUSIC ENABLED1
    • MUSIC PLAYER
      Yes
    • VIDEO CAPABLE
    • VIDEO CAPTURE
    • PLAYABLE FORMATS
      AAC, H.263, H.264, MP3, MPEG-4, WAV, WMA, eAAC+, OGG, AMR WB, AMR NB, AAC+, MIDI
    • STREAMING MEDIA
      Audio, Video
    • VIDEO CAPTURE RATE
      DVD quality (720x480 resolution) up to 24 fps capture; up to 30 fps playback
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    I currently use DVDFab Decryptor. The paid version actual has a mobile setting so that you can rip a DVD and convert it to any number of preset mobile devices. You can also customize everything to make it whatever you want.
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    I use the CloneDVD Mobile/AnyDVD because I'm not above paying $45 for lifetime upgrades for a product that works perfectly. So, free isn't a big deal. I'm just wondering about settings and I'm going to try to rip a DVD tonight to see if I can get close to that Capture Rate the Droid is capable of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OfTheDamned View Post
    I currently use DVDFab Decryptor. The paid version actual has a mobile setting so that you can rip a DVD and convert it to any number of preset mobile devices. You can also customize everything to make it whatever you want.

    this is what i use its by far the best yet...
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    Badaboom ftw..don't have hours to encode videos
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    I've been using clonedvd & clonedvd mobile for quite some time now.. but so far all of my ripped mp4's do not show up as full screen, no matter what res i rip them at... Anyone else have this issue?
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    Quote Originally Posted by garrett View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by OfTheDamned View Post
    I currently use DVDFab Decryptor. The paid version actual has a mobile setting so that you can rip a DVD and convert it to any number of preset mobile devices. You can also customize everything to make it whatever you want.

    this is what i use its by far the best yet...
    I second that. It works great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by garrett View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by OfTheDamned View Post
    I currently use DVDFab Decryptor. The paid version actual has a mobile setting so that you can rip a DVD and convert it to any number of preset mobile devices. You can also customize everything to make it whatever you want.

    this is what i use its by far the best yet...
    I also use DVDFab. Having trouble creating a video. I can playback but get no sound.

    It is an mp4 with a format of h264. Figuring I used the wrong codec. Suggestions on what setting to use would be appreciated.
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