Since there's no bookmark, I want to transfer movies by splitting the chapters. I use DVDFab Platinum for this and have used various frame resolutions, bitrates & theses: avi(h264 + mp3), avi(xvid + mp3). The computer OS I'm using is XP and I still have the original FW. My knowledge is limited and I don't know what else to do. Please help. Thanks!
Go to Google.com and search Audacity download, you can download a mixer to separate a sound file into different sound files. then make a folder in the book section (name it whatever the book is) and then put the chapters in there to keep it organized. hope this helps... whatever (half a.. sleep
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I finally sussed out this issue after a few weeks of trying. Use DVDFab and select DVD to Mobile of File to Mobile. Download the DVDFab profile editor and modify the AVI, XVID, MP3 profile so it only has the 220x176 resolution and the 30fps. Save the new profile to the folder in Program files/DVDFab 7/Profiles. Load up the file or DVD and select your new profile. Click edit and the settings then you are ready to roll.
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You need to convert this movie to the proper format (and ensure that you have enough free space remaining in your player's memory. I prefer using DVDFAB 5 Platinum with the MOBILE option for converting videos. It does a splendid job with little interaction from the operator.
This player will only play eBooks in the loosest sort of way - the ebook MUST be in mp3 format. It will not save chapter bookmarks or play in the right order unless you manually edit the id3 tag for each chapter of the audiobook.
I modified the mp4 file using awesome program called ‘SUPER’ (a video/audio conversion program) I did two things.
1) Put the video size to 320X240.
2) I put the the bitrate to 1,008kbps (the .pdf manual on the CD that
came with the player states that it can handle mp4 videos up to a max 1,024kbps).
You have to install a file converter and convert the video files first, the instruction manual that came with your device usually tells you what kind you need. Usually, if it's a whole movie, it will be separated into different chapters.
Yes you can put movies on Gigabeat but it's time consuming and takes 3 programs to do it. We use DVDfab Platinum,3GP_Converter and Windows Media Player. If someone out there has a simpler way please post.
1st. Rip your movie to your hard drive and remember where you put it. (We've found using DVDFab Platinum it's easiest since we have PSP, Gigabeat & I-Pod and it offers a conversion program for all plus burning our home movies is a cinch.)
2nd. Open your 2nd conversion program (we use 3GP_Converter) and drop your burned movie files into it. We love the 3GP cause you just drag & drop. I don't know why the Gigabeat needs an extra conversion but it does, my PSP is easier to get movies onto. =(
3rd. Open your now fully converted movie with Windows Media Player.
And you know the rest: just sync.
While I love my Gigabeat it's pretty ridiculous to have to do all this to watch one little movie because it doesn't always work. However, unlike my PSP I can put a whole bunch of movies & pics & music on my gigabeat without running out of room! My husband is a computer geek and has tried several programs and this is the easiest way he's found to rip movie, yikes!