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Bad codec for file conversion

I have been using the video converter for e100 for a long time and now I've d\l a new one. after installing the e100 original program stopped working.
what to do?
so the old one works again

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Uninstall the new software and the old software completely using your computer's Device Manager, restart your computer, and then reinstall the old software.

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I have an IOMEGA Screenplay Multimedia Play &= GB. I accidentally formatted it and now i cannot play movies on my TV but only being connect to PC. Can you help me ?


when you buy a drive like the omega it comes with its own folder that contains config files and codecs...doing a complete format you have erased this so any movies played from the drive will not tell the television what codec to use, as your TV cannot use or find the codec on the hard drive it used to have. your tv will play mp4 video, so convert your files on the hard drive using "youtube downloader" (it's free off the internet) use the convert feature and select the convert filetype too ipad video mp4.....and ...select quality as original . convert one or two files and test it on your TV ...guaranteed they will play.....if so....go back and convert the rest...this time select delete original file after conversion, this just helps you not see double ups by deleting the original after conversion. guaranteed 100% works. 732973d7-ed19-4e8d-898b-1e752efd7709.jpg

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How to convert video to your ipad


The absolute favorite iPad video converter due to its speed, the simplicity of the interface, the quality of the output file, and its ability to convert any video format to iPad. That is to say, there are many iPad video converter options available, whichever one you choose, you should be able to achieve similar results following these steps.<br /> <br /> Step 1: Install the <a href="http://www.videotoipadconverter.org/">iPad Video Converter</a> Program<br /> <br /> * Mac Users: check out <a href="http://www.ipad-converter-mac.net/">iPad Converter Mac</a> Program<br /> <br /> Step 2: Run the iPad Video Conversion Program<br /> <br /> * Run the program via the desktop icon or the Windows "Start Menu" <br /> <br /> * Add video File: You'll find a simple-to-use interface where you can browse for your video file by clicking "Add File" button. The video to iPad Converter supports batch conversion, you can add multiple video files to the list.<br /> <br /> * Output To: Choose your iPad output in the "Profile" pull-down menu.<br /> For example: if you have a wifi iPad, select the "iPad MPEG-4 Video (*.mp4)" setting. This will give you a great-looking video and take the least amount of conversion time.<br /> <br /> * Output Settings: To adjust the actual video conversion settings, click on the "Setting" button to open a separate page with all your video settings options: video and audio codec, resolution, format selection and bitrate adjustment. Please note the higher the bitrate is, the clearer the video is, and the larger the output file is. When you're done, click "OK" to continue.<br /> <br /> * Edit Video (Optional): This video to iPad video converter also provides you with simple editing functions. It allows you to trim video, crop play area, adjust video effects like brightness, saturation, contrast. Click the "Effect" button and you can fine-tune the video through dragging the slide bar.<br /> <br /> * Start Conversion: Hit "Convert" and go get a snack.<br /> <br /> The conversion time will depend on several variables including: the duration of the video file, the speed of your computer, the codec you selected and the bitrate you set.<br /> <br /> Step 3: Transfer the Converted Video to Your iPad using iTunes<br /> <br /> * Attach your iPad to your computerh<br /> * Minimize the video to iPad converter and open your iTunes<br /> * Choose where you want your new video to go - on your iPad<br /> * And iTunes will sync and put your new video on your iPad<br /> <br /> Step 4: Play the Converted Video On Your iPad <br /> <br /> * Show it to your friends and enjoy!<br /> * "Rinse & Repeat" to convert and transfer more videos to your iPad<br /> <br /> If you need, You also can convert DVD movies to iPad and enjoy HD movies on your iPad.<br /> <br /> <br />

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How to employ optimal settings when converting videos to play on Motorola Droid


It's hard not to like Moto's new robot. The Droid is a top pick among Verizon's smart phones. It's well made and the huge display makes you feel like you've got a mini computer. Android could use some help in the friendly multimedia department with desktop media syncing and more supported video playback formats, but with a little effort the Droid is a very good music player and portable video player. To play videos on Droid, you need to convert them to MPEG4 or H.264 format first. Here I would share with you a good way that ends up with optimal video conversion for your Droid. Please find a step-by-step tutorial below.

Step 1. Run Video Converter and import source video files.
Pavtube Video Converter is recommended as a best tool to help you complete the conversion. You may download and install Pavtube Video Converter and try it out. Launch the app and here pops up an intuitive interface. Click "Add" to load recorded TV shows, or you could just drag the files in. The converter en-decodes versatile videos such as SD videos, AVCHD videos, flash videos, QuickTime files, and most container formats.

Step 2. Set output format and A/V settings to fit for Droid.
Specify location for generated files in "Output" box and click on "Format" bar and follow Common Video-&gt;H.264 Video (*.mp4). Here comes to specific settings for Moto Droid. Click on &quot;Settings&quot; button and you’ll find the settings panel pops up as below:

Optimal Video and audio settings:
Video codec: H.264 MP4
Size (resolution): 848*480pix
Bit rate: 2500kbps
Frame rate: 24fps
Audio codec: AAC
Sample rate: 48khz
Bit rate: 64kbps/ 96kbps/ 128kbps
Channels: Stereo

The native resolution of the Droid screen is not 848×480 so it will get you a video to display at full screen. Using these settings could give you a file that plays great on Droid. If you prefer a smaller file size, just set the video bit rate down to 1500kbps and it will still looks fine on screen. Dolby 5.1 Pro Logic sound is available too.

Step 3. Convert videos to play on Driod
Now click "Convert" button and wait. The ViewLog will present you all the info such as conversion progress, conversion state, elapsed andestimated conversion time, and generated and estimated conversion filesize. You may check "Shut down computer after conversion" and leave it be. After conversion you could sync the MP4 files to memory card and play them freely on Motorola Droid.

For more: http://www.pavtube.com/video_converter/

on Feb 04, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Cannot watch video in my computer


Update the media player to the newest version.
When media players go through upgrades, new codecs are often added to the player along with new features.
These new codecs give the player an ability to play videos in additional formats.
Download and install a codec pack for your computer-based media player from a codec website, like Free-Codecs.

See Below
http://www.free-codecs.com/download/k_lite_codec_pack.htm
The K-Lite Codec Pack, for instance, contains multiple codecs and works with multiple media players, which gives all of the media players that are installed on your system the capability to play any video file that uses those codecs.
Once you download a codec pack, go to the "Downloads" folder on your computer, right-click the codec pack and choose "Extract All" to extract the codecs and move the codecs into a folder on your "C:" drive.
The codecs integrate into your computer-based media players automatically.

Get a new player. If you have updated your player and installed all of the available codecs, and video still won't play in the player, the player may just not have the necessary components to play your video files.
Download and install a new player, such as Winamp or the VLC Player, to your system.
http://www.real.com/realplayer

http://download.cnet.com/Winamp/3000-2141_4-10251792.html
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
Personal Media Players
Find out which video formats your media player accepts.
This information should be provided in the user's guide that came with your player. iPod, for instance, accepts video only in the M4V, MP4 and MOV formats, according to the Apple website.
Convert the video file to a format supported by your personal media player in an online conversion system.
Some online systems that can make video conversions include Movavi Online Convert and YouConvertIt.
Remove the original video file from the media player using the player's software, such as iTunes for iPod devices.
Then, add the new video file to the software library and drag the new file to the device.
Once the video is in the correct format, the codecs in the media player should read the converted video file.

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/11/default.aspx

Nov 17, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Videos won't play


Update the media player to the newest version.
When media players go through upgrades, new codecs are often added to the player along with new features.
These new codecs give the player an ability to play videos in additional formats.
Download and install a codec pack for your computer-based media player from a codec website, like Free-Codecs.

See Below
http://www.free-codecs.com/download/k_lite_codec_pack.htm
The K-Lite Codec Pack, for instance, contains multiple codecs and works with multiple media players, which gives all of the media players that are installed on your system the capability to play any video file that uses those codecs.
Once you download a codec pack, go to the "Downloads" folder on your computer, right-click the codec pack and choose "Extract All" to extract the codecs and move the codecs into a folder on your "C:" drive.
The codecs integrate into your computer-based media players automatically.


Get a new player. If you have updated your player and installed all of the available codecs, and video still won't play in the player, the player may just not have the necessary components to play your video files.
Download and install a new player, such as Winamp or the VLC Player, to your system.
http://www.real.com/realplayer

http://download.cnet.com/Winamp/3000-2141_4-10251792.html
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
Personal Media Players
Find out which video formats your media player accepts.
This information should be provided in the user's guide that came with your player. iPod, for instance, accepts video only in the M4V, MP4 and MOV formats, according to the Apple website.


Convert the video file to a format supported by your personal media player in an online conversion system.
Some online systems that can make video conversions include Movavi Online Convert and YouConvertIt.


Remove the original video file from the media player using the player's software, such as iTunes for iPod devices.
Then, add the new video file to the software library and drag the new file to the device.
Once the video is in the correct format, the codecs in the media player should read the converted video file.

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Sir/Madam I downloaded smart movie 4.15 for my nokia 5800, after watching 2 movies it automatically stoped functioning and exits when I play it. Please help me out. I want any AVI player for my nokia...


you might have downloaded trial version of smartmovie player.you have to purchase key for your player.SmartMovie is a video player for your mobile phone, with a counterpart converter utility for the PC. With the converter, you may prepare any video clip for optimal playback on your mobile phone.

Features

* Standard AVI format, allowing you to preview converted files on your PC
* Also plays MP4V, FLV and 3GP file formats
* Player uses the phone screen in portrait or landscape mode, utilizing the full screen size of the device
* Rescaling of video to utilize the full screen area
* Support for subtitles - allowing you to watch movies in different languages
* Friendly PC converter - preview videos on PC, select parts you want to convert, change conversion quality
* Converter supports DirectShow codecs, so you may use video codecs downloadable from the internet
* Fast conversion; on a standard PC conversion is 5x faster than the video clip playback time.
You'll convert entire movie in just a few minutes
* Quality rescale algorithm in player, delivering best possible picture quality
* Customizable video player (brightness, language, volume, and more)
* User-friendly interface - watch movies, don't waste time configuring obscure settings

Intuitive PC converter

File browser with preview

but do'nt warry mate a cracked version is available here.
just download it and install it on your device

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Video conversion


Video (eg: YouTube Videos) can be dragged onto the PVP such as Philips Sa5285/37 without using ArcSoft or Windows Video Player. Use "Mozilla FireFox 3.0.5" with "Download Helper 3.5.1 Add On" and download the selected Video from YouTube in the prescribed manner and then drag it onto your PVP by opening up "My Computer" in Windows and finding the PVP Icon (make sure your device is connected) - open it and find the Video Folder and if it is not there create one as you would on your PC. This works well as long as the Video is converted to AVI by the Add On Download Helper Convertor. Open "Preferences" window after opening FireFox Browser and opening Download Helper window. Select "Conversion" ,Double Click "Convert FLV Files From ALL to AVI Default" from main window( this would have been set as a rule ). Then Select Input Files with Extension "FLV" then "from site" "ALL" then for "Output" select AVI(mpeg4+mp3) then selct "Details" & then "General" and then "Output Format" "AVI Format" then "Video Codec" "mpeg4" then "Audio Codec" "libmp3lame". Do not go to "Advanced" and change anything -those boxes are left unchecked and just "Custom AVI" comes up for Video Format. Good Luck Friends! DWH

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AVI file is not running


With .avi files the issue is usually which video codec has been used to encode it - all players will have certain codecs installed, and if the second player you describe does not have the approprtiate codec then it will struggle to play the file - occasionally the audio codecs can have the same effect, also on video. In your video conversion program you should be able to choose from a list of codecs to use to encode the .avi file, check which one you used and then check it is installed on the computer that is experiencing the problem. Windows media player, if it is fully updated should be able to cope with the majority of codecs, the best player for .avi files at the moment is DivX player, available free for download at; http://www.divx.com divx player also may need to be fully updated after you install it, this is an easy procedure, just click "Check for new versions" in the "help" menu to make sure you have the latest divx codecs installed Hopefully this will allow you to play the files on both machines. If you still have trouble, then type the name of the codec used by your converter program into a search engine, and you should find a location to download it from with installation instructions. Hope this helps, ask again if you still have trouble :)

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