View Single Post
Old 03-27-2007, 06:56 AM   #20 (permalink)
tuxi
New Member
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Katy, TX
Model: 8800
Carrier: AT&T
Posts: 7
Post Thanks: 0
Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by rivviepop
<snip>
You had asked about what the right size is in PM -- well, the *specs* say an 8800 is supposed to be able to play 320x240 (which would be fullscreen) but I don't have one to test with over my way, so I am unsure. But the 240x180 version should probably play fine on your device, I would imagine it might have a black border on the left and right though? (you'll have to tell me)

Regardless, let us know how these vids I converted work on your 8800...
Both of your videos performed better than my attempts at 320x240. I had already prepared a 240x180 prior to getting the link, so I also tested it. Both your and my 240x180 videos played with no hesitation. Your 320x240 version hesitated at the beginning, but it started playing OK after 30-60 frames.

All of the 4:3 videos play with black bars on the side since the display on the 8800 is apparently 16:9. I stick with my assertion that if 320 pixels is the width, then 180 must be the height. If this is correct, the proper 4:3 size is 240x180, and the player has to reduce the video size on the fly if it is in a higher resolution.

A question on the win32 codecs:
I copied the newest codecs into /usr/lib/win32. Some of the older codecs (with slightly different names) remain in the directory. Should I purge the directory and recopy the newest only? Thanks.
__________________
Tuxi
BlackBerry 8800
AT&T
BES (version unknown)
Windows XP, Ubuntu 8.10
Offline   Reply With Quote