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Thread: Ideal Video Format?

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    Well sweet...a 'new' version of HandBrake. After downloading and trying a couple movies/tv shows with your proposed settings, the rips are looking great...and taking less time than the previous version of HB I was running (0.9.3).
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    Where are you seeing the analyze=all at? I;m unable to find it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teerex View Post
    Where are you seeing the analyze=all at? I;m unable to find it.
    Did you find the user_presets.xml file?

    Quote Originally Posted by Utzz View Post
    Well sweet...a 'new' version of HandBrake. After downloading and trying a couple movies/tv shows with your proposed settings, the rips are looking great...and taking less time than the previous version of HB I was running (0.9.3).
    And it has a newer version of x264 baked in, so the quality should be better.

    Normally, I am not a fan of HandBrake but it works well for this application. I prefer HDConvertToX as the best x264 front-end available, but is has more bells and whistles than is necessary for converting video to the Droid.
    Last edited by valnar; 11-19-2009 at 01:40 PM.
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    I have downloaded mp4 video but not sure where they are saved on my Droid...help
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    Quote Originally Posted by kmp14 View Post
    FYI - I am recording TV shows using sageTV (MPEG2 format). These are the files I am trying to convert. My goal is to use DVRMSToolBox (DTb) to convert the recorded tv to Droid watchable. DTb has a profile for iPhone, but the resulting files are inconsistent at best. I will try to up the bitrate and see what happens.......
    I'm hoping to see a SageTV Placeshifter client for the Droid!
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    What setting to fill the screen

    I just used a free software Pazera to convert a movie to a MP4 file it sounds great and looks good but it doesn't fill the screen. I have a black bar about 1/3" on either side of the picture
    The settings I'm using are:
    852x480 resolution- HD480
    MP4(h.264/ACC)
    Birate 1500
    FPS 30

    The MP4 of Die Hard is 1.2 GB if it also possible to have a smaller good quality file with a different setting let me know and I would also like to fill the screen without the bars

    Thanks for any help you can give me
    Last edited by Brian10956; 12-08-2009 at 09:07 AM.
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    Did anyone study what format the sync problem happens less with when you jump across the movie length? or is that not a problem?
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    handbrake

    Does anyone knows how to used the handbrake for the droid?
    thank
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    Quote Originally Posted by cucaracha View Post
    Does anyone knows how to used the handbrake for the droid?
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    Most people just pick the iPhone profile in Handbrake, and change the screensize to 848x480, and use a video quality of 1000-1200 or so.
    Look through this forum thread for details.

    There is another thread with settings for Handbrake here as well.
    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/dro...ter-droid.html
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    Tools4movies

    I just purchased on line Tools4Movies it was only $10.00 and I just did a complete conversion to a MP4 format of Master & Commander a 2.7 hour long movie. I have a old slow XP laptop and it took 2:45 to go from a copy protected DVD. The Tools 4Movie software has a setting for the Droid and it is easy to do and the quality is better than the Handbrake I was using. I am getting a new computer in a few weeks and I'm hoping it will be faster. The movie is taking up almost a gig of space but as I'll be copying all of my MP4's to a DVD for storage then shuffling a handful to the Driod it wont be a problem. I was really surprised by the improvement in quality over the all the other conversion software I've tried and again for 10 bucks you can't beat the price

    I do have a question for you how do you put a name on the video, in the Droid I currently made a directory on the 16 gig card for movies and all I see when I open the directory in Gallery is a snapshot of the first frame (I Think?) of each movie. Do I need to put each MP4 in its own directory?
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