Samsung Behold 2 :: What Video Formats Are Supported?

Apr 17, 2010

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Samsung Behold 2 :: What Video Formats Are Supported?


Samsung Behold 2 :: Supported Video Formats On Phone

Apr 2, 2010

Does anyone know what video formats are supported on our phones? I'm downloading AVI's, and wasn't sure if I could play it directly from the phone. Would be good to know before upcoming flights.

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Samsung Galaxy S :: Supported / Watchable Video Formats

Aug 25, 2010

I put a video on my SD card (flv) and I cant play it. What video formats are supported for watching videos from the SD card?

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HTC EVO 4G :: Supported Video Formats

Jun 3, 2010

Just thought I'd share the video formats supported by EVO for those who may not know. You can play these high-definition MP4 video formats in:
H.263 profile 0 @ 30 fps, WVGA (800x480), max 2 Mbps
MPEG-4 simple profile @ 30 fps, 720p (1280x720), max 6 Mbps
H.264 baseline profile @ 30 fps, 720p (1280x720), max 6 Mbps

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HTC Hero :: What Video Formats Supported?

Sep 17, 2009

I'm just trying to find out what video formats are supported on the Hero? I've tried mkv and avi, but no go on either. This is particularly frustrating since all my movies / video files are in mkv and avi. Also, if these formats can be supported through the use of an application.

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Android :: Supported Video Formats For Nexus One?

May 31, 2010

What video formats does the nexus one play?

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HTC Desire :: Play Supported Video Formats?

May 11, 2010

I looked into this forum and in Google but with no success so far. Yesterday I bought HTC Desire and can not understand how to play the supported video formats- mp4, wmv and 3gp on the device. I am not trying to stream these files from Internet- I have them already downloaded on my PC. I want to copy them onto my Desire and somehow play them. I have several questions: 1. Do I need to re size the video files- do they require specific resolution in order to be played? 2. Do I need to copy these videos to a specific folder on the device? Or I can just create new folder through my PC and dump them there. 3. How the hell can I actually play the movies once they get onto the device? I can not see an application which launches movies. There is a music player but not a movie player. Do I need to download a widget or an application which runs movies? If yes- please recommend a good one.

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Motorola Milestone :: Video Playback Supported Formats

Oct 5, 2010

Just curious it says that the phone supports MKV files but they do not play with the regular player. I do have a program to convert any video format to MP4 and have done that and it plays no problem with the default player. I've seen in another thread with the droid 2 it can play AVI's? What formats does the phone play? What player is the best that supports the most formats? For my computer I use VLC and that is the best damn player there is for my PC.

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Android :: Supported Media Formats

Jul 2, 2009

I've been using MediaPlayer for playing some sounds and I've found no way to get hold of a list of supported mime types at runtime. I was hoping for something along the lines of MIDP's javax.microedition.media.Manager.getSupportedContentTypes() but there doesn't seem to be anything that achieves this on Android. The only thing that there seems to be is a web page that lists supported media types (at the moment and on the small amount of devices available).

http://developer.android.com/guide/appendix/media-formats.html

Does anyone know of a way of enumerating the mime types?

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HTC Incredible :: Supported Formats For Music Player

Sep 1, 2010

My Vonage account sends me a .wav copy of each voice message via email and I used to be able to listen to them on my Dinc. Since the 2.2 update rolled in, I get an error indicating that the format is not supported.The common question since Froyo is the same here:Is this just my phone or are others seeing the same issue with .wav files?

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Samsung EPIC 4G :: Playable Video Formats?

Sep 27, 2010

What video formats does the epic play when using allshare cause I cant play any on my home network.

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Samsung Galaxy S :: Best Quality Video Formats

Aug 25, 2010

I know the screen can show some really great images and videos. I want to know what format the videos should be in to get the best quality. I moved a few hours of family guy from itunes to the phone, its in mp4 atm I am sure. And I just had a standard did to video converter off the internet.

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Samsung Vibrant :: What Video Formats Can Phone Play?

Sep 28, 2010

Hey can the vibrant play avi, dvix, mpg, mkv, etc.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Video Formats Through HDMI Out

Jun 5, 2010

I tried two different files so far in 720p, an .mkv and an .MPEG-TS . neither show up in the EVO's video gallery.

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HTC Desire HD :: Video Formats And Resolutions?

Nov 2, 2010

What video formats and resolutions can the desire HD use? I've put a few videos on but they don't seem to work.

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HTC Hero :: Android And Video Formats

Sep 24, 2009

I am a little disappointed though that my HTC Hero can't play avi movies. Will this be possible for Hero owners in the near future? With a ROM update or anything else?

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Media :: Video Formats And Converter

Dec 6, 2009

I am switching from iPhone to Motorola Droid and having issues with converting videos. Can someone tell me what are the most optimal settings for converting videos for playback and a good converter that converts videos in bulk not one at a time?

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Android :: Proper Video Formats And Settings?

Jun 5, 2010

I'm having a bit of trouble getting videos to play on my HTC Evo with Android 2.1. I have several videos that I play on my PSP, and work just fine. However, when I transferred them over to my Evo's MicroSD card and tried to play them in any video player, they only played the audio stream, and no picture was shown. I never had trouble getting PSP-formatted videos to work on phones before; they worked n my G1 just fine. I assumed that because the Evo and PSP even had similar-sized screens, it would be even more compatible. It sounds somewhat foolish when I type it out, but one could expect it to work. I have tried playing it in the stock video player, the Meridian player, and the Video Player app from the android market, and they all had the same error. The file is an .mp4; and, as I said, gave me no problems when played in the PSP's video player.

Here's the specifications on the video file:
Type: MPEG4
Video Codec: AVC
Audio Codec: AAC
Size: 25 MB
Length: 00:23:41
Width: 480
Height: 272
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Data Rate: 99kbps
Total Bitrate: 147 kbps
Frame Rate: 23 fps

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2.1 Update :: Any Player Which Can Play All Video Formats?

Nov 9, 2010

I tried searching all kind off applications for this but dint find to my expectations. I tried for Vplayer, but it says, cannot install. Iam using an X10 Mini Pro.

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Samsung Behold 2 :: How To Encode Video Files?

Mar 28, 2010

Watching video via my Behold2 is my major thing. But I have to convert the videos and put that in the sdcard when I want to watch something. Is there a better way? Plus, I couldn't find any good mencoder front-end for linux. Can any one let me know an easy way to convert video files on linux?

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Samsung Behold 2 : How Can I Dim Video Camera Light?

Jan 27, 2010

On the behold 2 there is no light when in the video mode like with the regular behold. Sometimes I would like to shoot videos of the kids outside at night but the lighting is bad. I downloaded momentflash and love it. I used that while video recording it worked great. My only concern is the warning with momentflash that says
"overuse of the flash may damage it especially in bright mode" Is there anything that can be done to have a light when recording? Or to dim the light a bit?

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Media :: Video File Formats And Codecs Playing

Sep 25, 2010

This is 2010. I refuse to believe that you can only play movies/video files that have .avi, .mp4, .mpg, .mkv file formats by converting. I remember Sony was slow on the uptake when they started the media server streaming which I use on a daily basis at home now.Is there a program that will decode the files as you stream them? Any codecs to install on the Droid X? I have thousands of video files and "converting" is time consuming not to mention creating two video files instead of one to play on devices. Converting is BS and whoever thought "Let's just have the users convert the video files" needs to take a long walk off a short pier.

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Motorola Droid X :: Compatible Video Formats / Application

Jul 28, 2010

What Droid X video formats so I can upload videos? What applications good to view videos?

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HTC Droid Eris :: Streaming Video Codec / Formats?

Feb 3, 2010

I am looking to figure out how to stream a video off my website through the browser. I know it is possible since I've seen some of those mobile porn sites do it, I just cant figure out what format this is in or how to get the video to play.

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Android :: Motorola XT720 - Video Formats? (Any Free Converters)

Nov 15, 2010

I sometimes download some TV stuff. The formats are MPEG-4 and AVI. I tried to just drag and drop them onto my XT720. When I tried to play them back, it didn't work. Are there any free video converters?

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Android :: Video Files Playback Over HTTP - Supporting Formats

Jul 9, 2010

I am working on an Android application which is supposed to play videos over HTTP on Android devices. Before we setup a server to host the video files just wanted a few things clarified: As per the developer documentation, Android supports .mp4 and .3gp container formats for video. If we use H.263(video) - AAC LC (Audio) audio-video codec used for our media files will we be able to play the video by passing the URL to MediaPlayer class?

I did a little experiment and passed URL of one of the video files(.mp4) to the MediaPlayer class and got the following error:
Command PLAYER_INIT completed with an
error or info
PVMFErrContentInvalidForProgressivePlayback

From the docs, I came to know that for progressive playback, the video's index (e.g moov atom) should be at the start of the file. Questions:
1. How do we make our videos Android-ready?
2. What are the different considerations that we need to make?

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Samsung Behold 2 :: Way To MMS Picture / Video Sending To Email Contacts?

Aug 11, 2010

Can someone guide me to what is the best way to send picture/video to an email contact? I am currently using 1.6 tweaked v3 and the problem is if I can't send message using the message app(because can't find email contacts) but have to go through contacts (gmail)to send a picture. However when I do that, I can't attach a video. Now if I use the camera/camcorder app, while reviewing pictures the "send to" doesn't work. If i click on "default destination" and delete the emply destination I can choose between 5 options. The phone book option say "sorry!" the application has stopped unexpectedly and to force close. I can send video using the video player which is weird since doing it in the camcorder app won't work!. Seems alot of round about ways to do something which should be simple.

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Android : What Are File Formats Can Droid Video Player Supports In Phone?

Mar 31, 2010

what are file formats android video player can support in android?

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Sprint HTC Hero :: Play Video Taken By Phone / Couldn't Find Software To Convert To Other Formats

Jun 3, 2010

I did not see any thread related to this. I have taken a few videos using the camcorder in HTC Hero. But I am not able to play it in my phone or couldn't find any software to convert to other formats.

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Motorola Droid X :: Supported Video Codecs?

Jul 1, 2010

I was looking at the Droid X to be my first Android phone and was curious about the supported video codecs. What files are supported and would the files supported on the Droid X be different from the Incredible or is it the same for all Android phones? Are there apps that offer better support?

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