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nedzalife 12-19-2007 05:13 PM

xvid video causes reboot?
 
Hey all,

This happened to me last night, wanted to know if it was a known issue. Here are the conditions:
- BB 8320 running 4.2.2.180
- Xvid video is 320x180 @ 30fps - 520kbps - viewing in full screen mode
- Xvid was from an outside source (not converted by Roxio BB software)

Watching the video was slightly glitchy, but was watchable. About 5-7 mins into the video though the Blackberry rebooted on its own. Anyone have this happen? Has .184 been any better for fixing this?

Thanks in advance.

TroyDBrown 12-19-2007 07:36 PM

I would look more at Xvid support versus an issue with the BlackBerry OS

Nextel User 12-20-2007 12:52 PM

your size is weird! 320x240 is what it should be.

i never had an issue. i use the seabyrd converter.

nedzalife 12-20-2007 02:05 PM

I just loaded the original source file in its original format onto the microSD card, I didn't use any software to convert it into a BB friendly formate. Looked fine with the 320x180, but I was wondering if the 520kbps data rate was too much for the BB to handle and caused it to reboot.

sgtdisturbed47 12-20-2007 09:28 PM

I have tried to play videos at 30 FPS using the proper .AVI H.263 format, and it crashes. When I switch to 14.9 FPS (or whatever it is), the videos are fine. I don't think the phone's processor can handle more than 14 or 15 FPS and that may be why it crashes.

sgtdisturbed47 12-20-2007 09:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nextel User (Post 781101)
your size is weird! 320x240 is what it should be.

320x180 is for widescreen. My Live Free or Die Hard video, which is super widescreen, is at 320x138 which is the original scale. If you try to change this, the video will be squished.

nedzalife 12-21-2007 10:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sgtdisturbed47 (Post 781589)
I have tried to play videos at 30 FPS using the proper .AVI H.263 format, and it crashes. When I switch to 14.9 FPS (or whatever it is), the videos are fine. I don't think the phone's processor can handle more than 14 or 15 FPS and that may be why it crashes.

Thanks for the info. Have you tried and/or had any success with the 24fps presets in the Roxio Media Manager?


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