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Old 06-22-2007, 11:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So I got a .mp4 file to work but the video playback is a lot slower than the audio. I think it's because the BB can only do 30 fps and the movie (Zoolander) must be a lot faster.

Does anyone have any good video experience where the sound matches the video? And if so, what kind of files are they are where/how did you get them?
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Old 06-22-2007, 12:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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So I got a .mp4 file to work but the video playback is a lot slower than the audio. I think it's because the BB can only do 30 fps and the movie (Zoolander) must be a lot faster.

Does anyone have any good video experience where the sound matches the video? And if so, what kind of files are they are where/how did you get them?
Why would this movie be faster than 30fps? NTSC standards only call for 24fps and broadcast tv 30fps. I think the problem is in the encoding the file itself. You may want to re-encode the file in a different container and see if it improves.
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Why would this movie be faster than 30fps? NTSC standards only call for 24fps and broadcast tv 30fps. I think the problem is in the encoding the file itself. You may want to re-encode the file in a different container and see if it improves.
Do you know what program I should use?

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I just uploaded a .AVI file and it totally crashed (2x). . . don't know why. . .
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This is good software for converting videos for my ipod and I have seen lately some software for 3GP enabled video phones. $30 bucks but it should be worth it. 3GP Video Converter, DVD to 3GP, Watch Movies on Mobile Phone
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