can u encose a HTML document?... BlackBerry Pearl forum
12-23-2006, 08:47 AM
can u encose a HTML document?
12-23-2006, 08:48 AM
12-23-2006, 01:32 PM
Originally Posted by knottybitz
i was just able to use Super as the original poster had intructions for and i have 3 complete movies that are well over an hour and they play perfectly fine. i diddnt have to make any changes...
12-23-2006, 03:16 PM
baconismydog--THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU.
I had been searching for a way to view my DVD's in wide screen format on my pearl. I struggled with Super for the right settings for sound and video quality. I could never manage it and I felt a little lost with Mencoder. Your BB Video Converter is Perfect!!!
I use one program to join the VOB's on my dvd into one file (clonedvd mobile from slysoft.com). Then I take that single VOB file and run it through your program. It takes a little while, but the result is perfect.
Example of size conversion:
Superman Returns full VOB file: 6.88 gb
Converted file (original aspect):418 mb
12-23-2006, 03:31 PM
Mad props (and deep bows) for BBVideo Generator. I went from d/l to watching (Red vs. Blue - OK, so I'm a 46-year-old junior-high student) in about 10 minutes. Very clean results; nice GUI work in front of the other code.
12-26-2006, 10:32 PM
woww ... this is so amazing, I used to like my BB, now I'm in love with it... Thanks to y'all for spending your time teaching us how to manage this multi-tasking piece of equipment ... BBVideo Generator - best software ever invented !!!
12-27-2006, 01:11 AM
Thanks a lot for all the compliments guys! (this is my first freeware release)
One thing, my software is called Blackberry Video Converter, generator is a different software that costs money...
I am working on some new features right now. If there is anything you would like to see, please email me at bb at seabyrdtech.com. If I can, I will put it in the next release.
12-27-2006, 05:20 AM
Hello, I am still confused on how to play videos on my Pearl. Is there a step by step guide out there that explains exactly what you need and exactly how you do it? I am totally new to this multi-media video thing.
12-27-2006, 10:49 AM
I've been tring to get this to work. It keeps saying that the file cannot be rendered. Can someone give me a hand?
12-27-2006, 11:40 AM
What exactally is wrong?
Originally Posted by scboatman
What type of file (please use gspot (google it - I can't post links yet...) to figure out exactally what type of file you have)?
What exactally is the error (you can take a screen shot of the window (ALT+Print screen) and email it to me (assuming that you are using Blackberry Video Converter - bb at seabyrdtech.com))?
12-27-2006, 02:39 PM
First day on the site and I must say I am VERY impressed with it. Great Job! My question is when trying to view a YOUTUBE clip on my Pearl it tells me that I have to have FlashPlayer installed. When I go to adobe's website it tells me my browser is unsupported...What should I do? From what I can tell SUPER only works for files that are downloaded to my pc and then transfered over so this does not really help. Maybe I am just missing the whole boat on this but I want to make sure I am maximizing everything possible on my new BB.
12-27-2006, 03:16 PM
~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
There are not many sites that you can view video straight from the browser.
There also is no flash player for the pearl.
12-27-2006, 03:40 PM
Thanks dfc420. I was afraid of that. I am just getting use to the Perl but so far I am very happy with it.
12-28-2006, 11:04 AM
They have just added BlackBerry Pearl as an encoding option on Slysoft's CloneDVD mobile. Up until now, I've been using this progam to stitch together the .vob files of my DVD's before running the resulting file through Super, BB Video Generator, or (most recently) BB Video Converter (thanks Baconismydog).
Now I can go straight from DVD to my Pearl with CloneDVD Mobile from Slysoft.com. My first attempt may not have the same video quality I've accomplished with Bacon's program, but there seem to be a couple of adjustments I can make to improve it. It's not free (or even especially cheap), but they give you a full 21 day uncrippled trial on it. I'm sorry to sound like an advertisement, but for a "push one button" solution to putting DVD's on your Pearl this is the best so far.
12-28-2006, 02:06 PM
i've tweaked the hell outta Super for days...
and the results of my labors are as follows: (for the best video experience when you download super, set it's settings as follows and at least on my phone (t-mobile pearl) and in my opinion, you'll get the best combination of picture quality, sound quality, image size and fit, final file size, and functionality of the built in controls, and its a format our phones will play) i've been watching simpsons and family guy on the subway and lovin it.
output container: mp4 (mpeg-4)
output video codec: DivX
output audio codec: AMR-Narrow Band
radio button ffmpeg selected
video scale size: 320x240
options: hi quality and stretch it are checked
audio bitrate: 11kbps
dvd lang select: default
note that after starting a video or moving to another point in the video your player needs time to recover, usually 5-10 seconds despite that the video begins to play immediately there is still a lot of processing going on in the background, you can tell the player has "caught up" by the fact the seconds field in the time elapsed counter will tick regularly rather than skip or lag and it should now respond properly. good luck!
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