I need to record audio and video files in 3gp/mp4 format at the same file and same time.
When i run my application file is created with videofile.3gp but video does not record in sd card on the emulator.please let me clear one thing does video records on the emulator? if i run this code on android supported device do these error clear. Please help me. I am new to this topic.please find the code and errors below.
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The HTC web site claims support for .mp4 and .wmv playback but I have had no luck. I have used various programs from HandBrake to Sony and I can get audio with no video (mp4). I can get audio with still image video (wmv). The DI seems very picky as to which videos it will actually play back. Is there a recommended way to convert my videos / DVS into a format the DI can play?
I am streaming an MP3 audio and instead making this MP3 audio to play, I want it to be converted to PCM format and pass this PCM audio to AudioTrack(as it takes PCM data as input.) instead of passing my MP3 stream to MediaPlayer. Can anyone please help me to convert the MP3 to PCM stream?
I have developed a streaming app for Android. My app is streaming AAC audio.The app works fine on 1.5, 1.6, and 2.1. I tested it on Froyo, the android 2.2 and it does not work there.I have try everthing - Streaming directly from server url - Download incrementaly the content, store in a temp file, start reading. - Download incrementaly the content, store in a ContentProvider and start reading.No luck, I always got errors : 06-23 02:47:02.257: ERROR/MediaPlayer(266): Unable to to create media player 06-23 02:47:02.257: INFO/System.out(266): setDataSourceFD failed.: status=0x80000000 Does Froyo support AAC? Anyone happens to stream AAC?
I want to record audio in MP3 format in my android application. I know I can read PCM audio using the audioRecord class. Is there a java library compatible with android that will encode PCM to MP3? Is it possible to use the Lame mp3 encoder library?
According to the MS website, Windows Media Player queries an MTP device to see what formats it supports. My Razr Maxx HD supports ogg and m4a. When attempting to sync WMP does not sync those files stating they might not be supported on the device. Being that I've had so much trouble in the past even getting any of the Android devices to be properly detected as an MTP device I'm worried this is a driver issue.I should be able to get WMP to at least convert them.
this is the device mis-reporting the formats, Windows not querying them properly, or an actual WMP issue? Would like to be able to get sync working without any conversions. Maybe there is a way to hardcode formats within the mtp inf file?
My application cannot handle the JNIE overhead, as I need to make 2 JNIE calls to the native C/C++ code for every 20msec. So I am trying to use the native media libraries and the realted C/C++ files provided by Android in the folder "//external/srec/audio/test" of the donut build. Ex. AudioHardwareRecord, AudioInRecord etc.. I am implementing all the calls in the native layer.
I am using the sampling rate as 8000 and want to read 160 samples (320 bytes) at a time.
I used the following values to create the AudioRecord..
It says "success" after creating this interface but I am getting the error "Bad Value" if I am doing the InitCheck.
And it is crashing once I start reading the samples or if I try to retrieve the configured sampling rate.
So I see that the Eris is supposed to support MP4 format. I converted a DVD to MP4 and put it on a friends Motorola Droid and it worked great, put it on my Eris and I could see the icon but it said it could not play the video, like it was an unsupported format? I know the Droid is using Android 2.0 and the Eris is using 1.5, anyone else play MP4 movies on their Eris?
Dear Sir, As I know, Android only supports RGB 16-bit color depth format. Could Android play 24-bit color RGB format video and REALLY see 24-bit color now? If it is not, will it be supported by Android Donut in the future?
The company I work for produces allot of video and we want to target as many devices as possible, but the question came up of what does the Android do? I personally own an Android based phone running 2.1, but I can't seem to get the HTML 5 tag to work. Even when I can trigger the browser to playback the video it just throws a notification error that it can't.Are there guidelines to producing Android/HTML 5 compatible videos? Is it truly supported?
In the camcorder application, I have chosen to record the video's in MP4. However, when you then side load them to the PC or what-not they appear as 3GPP or something. Is 3GPP a version of MP4 or is the camcorder telling fibs? If it's not, how do I record in plain old MP4?
Does anybody know what the best video format for the moment is when converting videos? Ive tried google searches and the search here but cant find nothing concrete. I just want video thatll fit the whole screen and not be fuzzy. I have a good converter just need to know the format.
I was using Cucusoft ipod video converter to recode my divx and wmv movies to 320x240 using the H.264 codec so they would be playable on my ipod nano. Does anyone know the best combination of codec, recoding software, and settings (res, etc), to use for the G1? I downloaded "video player" but I haven't played with it yet.
Lets try to create a list of the optimal video format and properties a video must be in on the Hero.Help me out here I am really no expert so please let me know if I got something wrong.I will try to keep this first thread up to date: Container = .MP4 Encoder = h.264 Frame rate = 23.976(NTSC) or 29.97(PAL)? Resolution = 480 x 320 Video bitrate = 500-1000 kbps Audio encoder = AAC Audio bitrate = 320 kbps
I have quite a few videos recorded in .m4v which will noth play on the Incredible. I have Hand Brake and DVD Fab 7. I tried DVD Fab 7 but it errors out trying to record them in WMV. Hand Brake seems to only record them in .m4v. Anyone have a good converter to recommend? I tried syncing with Media player but it still puts it in the wrong format.
I have a moto droid and I have video playing issues, and I don't understand technology at all. Somebody sent me a video (from new samsung fascinate) and when I tried to watch it I only got audio. I have the arcmedia app, which allows me to watch the video, but I think the audio is messed up. This video is in mp4. So why can't I watch this video with my stock media player?
I'm trying to load up my phone with some movies.I'm using handbreak to convert the mondo HD sized movies using the settings I normally use for my Ipod Touch. When I transfer it to the SD and try to watch via the Files button in Froyo it says it can't play the video.Is there an app i can use to watch the video or do I need to be converting it differently? I believe it is in MP4 format now and I think my only other option is mkv.
Does anyone know if it's possible to record video on the Samsung Galaxy S Captive in a different format other than .3gp, or know of a program that will read this format? I was trying to send a video to a friend via email but he doesn't have a player for it.
I have not taken a lot of video with my Droid (I have Flip for that), and what I do take, I just watch on the phone. But, I may eventually want to play this on my computer or on my TV using a streaming media device. My current device plays a LOT of formats, but I have not tried any of my Droid videos. What format does the Droid capture video in? Is it the 3gp I have heard about? If so, I think that is one format I can't play where I want it. I heard that my wife's Incredible actually records in mp4, but then converts to 3gp, but there is something you can install which prevents that conversion and keeps it in mp4. Is there something like that for the Droid?