HTC EVO 4G :: Video Transferred To PC But No Sound
Oct 19, 2010
After transferring my videos to my PC I have no sound. I downloaded media player classic and get sound through that but it still didn't help me get sound when I try to make a movie on windows live movie maker. Does anyone know what program I can use to get sound for making movies and burning DVDs?
I'm not sure if there is a thread for this or not. I couldn't find one. After I transfer photos/videos via USB to my desktop, I notice when I play the video files that there is no audio. Only the video.
I need to know if there is a way for watching .WMV videos on the HTC Hero.
I already know that it will play MPEG-4 videos without a problem (you can use the RealPlayer Video Downloader to download HQ/HD videos from places like Youtube and it automatically saves them to MPEG-4 format).
However, I want to transfer some files like music videos onto my HTC Hero and having tried several times, using the RealPlayer Converter, to convert the .mpg files to .wmv, I can't watch them on the Hero.
However, I recently looked at one of the threads (I think on a different forum) and he said that he could watch videos in WMV format using 750kbps on resolution 480x320. But RealPlayer only allows for 768kbps and resolution as 480p HD as the nearest possible (which was the setting I ordinarily chose).
The other strange thing is that when I go onto the Albums part of the phone to see if I can view any videos, it shows a thumbnail image of the music video (a preview image of the video) and when I play it, I can hear the music, but the video itself fails to appear.
I took a video with my phone today in portrait mode. I transferred the video to my computer and it's sideways. I can't figure out how to switch it to make the phone take videos in portrait. Does this phone really only take videos in landscape?
The Evo's video sound quality is amazingly terrible - which begs the question...can it be improved or are we stuck with unusable "hi-def" video? I'm looking for why it's so bad. Codec/bitrate/compression issues or what?
I cant get sound to sync with video on my htc tattoo, I have tried different resolutions/framerates/players .. I also tried on a clean tattoo with two different memorycards but the sound still lags about 0,3s
I have had my Evo since launch day. I have recorded some videos for fun and they play back on the phone nicely. But today, I connected the phone to my PC and wanted to play a video. I got video with no sound. I tried several I recorded some at 720fps and some at VGA. Same results. Videos I downloaded from You Tube play fine. Just the ones I recorded on my phone. I have a relatively new HP running Widows 7 and have used Quick Time and Windows Media Player. Neither would play the sound. Anyone have a problem like this?
I've seen a thread which covers this topic - but I've started a new one, as the question is slightly different.I've just downloaded the Act 1 video player (demo) from the Android Market to see if the sound and video are out of sync when using this media player - and they're not. The video plays perfectly. The downside is that to play more than 2 minutes, I have to buy the app - even though it's not a lot of money ($1.79), that's beside the point! I see that many people with this sync fault have reported it to HTC, but we're all waiting for a firmware update to resolve it. I think giving this app for free would resolve most people's issues!
Just made a video with my Motorola xt701. played it on the phone and computer it has no sound. Made another one with me screaming in the phone, still no sound. Do you have to have a mic plugged in to get sound when making a video or is there another issue??
I have a rooted Google Nexus one that is running the stock 2.2. I have been going crazy trying to figure out why I dont have sound when playing back video I record ? The microphone works fine since I can use it to google search and so forth, it just wont record sound in video ? Anybody have any suggestions on how to fix this ?
went to a concert last night took vidoes and was trying to upload them to the comp, Its wont let me mail them and when i use my usb wire and drag and drop them the sound is gone.. I can play it on the phone just fine but even when i open the file from the phone via comp i have no sound, video plays just fine .. Can anyone help please
I'm somewhat new to Android. I just bought my first Android phone (the Evo) Saturday, I'm having one bit of trouble. I just recorded some footage of our family reunion for my cousin, and really want to get it off of my phone. So I decide to put it in my computer. However, when I put the video on my desktop, the video has no sound. How do I fix this problem?
Have you ever tryied to make a video when you're at a concert? (I'm not speaking about a classical concert!) I did and the result was horrible for the sound part. Is there a trick when I want a good quality audio? just keeping the Phone in the air is not enough
While watching videos on youtube on my HTC Desire, I noticed a lag in the sound vs. the video. That lag isn't present when I watch it on my laptop (well, the typical 53ms lag yes, but nothing else). I've tried multiple videos and all the same results. Is there a video player I should test this out with, using 5-10 minute clips?
I want to merge a sound file and a video file (remove the sound from the video file and replace it with my own sound) and this should happen on the phone.I have done this through ffmpeg, but I can't do that now.Any help appreciated,
I have bought this android tablet china made. I have successfully download the both BBC IPLAYER apps from Play store but when I play I get only sound but no video? However TV Catchup and youtube is working fine. The tablet runs on 4.2.2 jelly bean and having A20 dualcore processor.
I have a Cubot One mobile phone. The phone plays videos from every company but Netflix. I don't know how to make netflix video play. The audio will play but the screen is black while the video plays, unless you advance the the video by hand then you can see the video play while it is buffering, but of course you can not hear anything when you advance the video by hand. Is it netflix programming or is it the Android 4.2.1 or what? Is there are work around.
I'm going on a trip soon and wanted to put some movies on my phone. I found some DVD ripping software, ripped The Dark Knight as MPEG4, and was thrilled when I saw the picture- it looked fantastic. Then I put my headphones in. Where's my sound?
Before this, I had the movie The Book of Eli on my computer, MPEG4. I put that on my phone- sound, but not video. Converted to H.263, got both, but video was terrible quality. Near unwatchable. Should I try converting to a different format? I mean, there has to be some way to get good quality video.
What could be the reason that a mp4 video file without sound doesn't play correctly when using the VideoView class? The video plays just fine in vlc, mplayer and ubuntu media player. It has been created on the device using ffmpeg. It is like 5 seconds long, so nothing especially big. Codec is H263 with AAC-Audio, though the audio signal is just empty. The problem is, that the video plays, but the image doesn't change, or at least doesn't change a lot. It seems more like a still image, though small movements is sometimes visible but not at all what has been encoded. I noticed that the VideoView stops playing but the time continues to step up, so it doesn't stop counting after 5 seconds but just goes on counting.
I'm using the emulator. Can that be related? I see the following messages in logcat:
I'm just trying to play a local video that is a resource with the MediaPlayer class in the most simple way possible. I have confirmed that the video works with players that I download from the marketplace, so I'm assuming that's not the issue.
The problem is that I just get a black screen with no video. There is audio from the file playing though, so I know that the file resource is being accessed correctly, it's just not showing anything on the screen in the emulator.
The one other note is that at any time whenever I try to access getVideoWidth() or getVideoHeight() I get this (non-blocking) error:
ERROR/MediaPlayerService(24): getVideoSize returned -1
I am having problems getting videos to play on my HTC Desire. I have converted my .avi files into Mpeg4 so as the device could read them ok. I'm using the free programme 'Handbrake' to convert the files. And it does so with no problems. The new mpeg4 files play with sound and image.
The problem occurs when I transfer the images onto the phones SD card. The video files are picked up via the camera folder (where you can play videos as there is no actual video player) as well as on the video player app I downloaded today - 'mVideoPlayer', without any problems but when I click to play the video the screen is black and only the sound works (even though on my pc the file played fine).
Do I need to download a codec or something? I would have thought that as the Desire was compatible with mpeg4 files that it would play them straight off without having to add software.
I have Moto Droid with the new 2.1 version. I am using Mixzing for me media player but I don't think this is a Mixzing problem but something with the Android platform or in the syncing process. I'm using Windows Media player to make play lists and sync to the Droid.
It worked great the first time. I had some mp3's on my sd card and Mixzing picked them all up. Now I wanted to add more and the new mp3's won't show up on my Droid even though it says they have synced successfully in Windows Media player. I don't know where else to look for them but they are not in Mixzing.
Could it be a Windows Media problem? I even looked for them through the media player that came with the Droid and it shows the first synced mp3's but not the ones I tried the second time.
I am switching all of my data from my HTC Droid Eris to a brand new replacement. My google account has uploaded all my contacts to the replacement and I switched the SD cards which took care of my saved Pics etc. None of my apps have shown up on the replacement besides the pre existing loaded ones from HTC and google.