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Old 03-15-2008, 05:41 AM
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Default How to encode videos with WinFF video tutorial.

Here's a tutorial for encoding videos for Rockbox using WinFF.

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Links that are mentioned in the tutorial:
Rockbox site
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PluginMpegPlayer How to Encode Files
WinFF download site

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Old 03-15-2008, 05:31 PM
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Here's a tutorial for encoding videos for Rockbox using WinFF.

YouTube Video

Links that are mentioned in the tutorial:
Rockbox site
PluginMpegPlayer Wiki
PluginMpegPlayer How to Encode Files
WinFF download site

I hope someone will find it useful.
Yup this helped me a whole lot!!! I didn't know that you had to choose frame rate to start converting so i never converted a video into this tutorial helped me out. Thanks, I'm gunna use this over SUPER.
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Yup this helped me a whole lot!!! I didn't know that you had to choose frame rate to start converting so i never converted a video into this tutorial helped me out. Thanks, I'm gunna use this over SUPER.
Thanks to Jeton for the great WinFF turorial!. I think though that the fps settings for 4:3 or 16:9 are preset at 23.98 and 29.97 respectively in the custom presets.xml file?. So it doesn't matter what mode you use it will default to those settings, without having to put in you own (custom) settings in WinFF.
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Yeah, the frame rate input is optional as it's already in the .xml file. However as the MPEG Player plugin gets more imrovements, sometimes you might try to add a higher fps in that field in order to get a smoother video.
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Yeah, the frame rate input is optional as it's already in the .xml file. However as the MPEG Player plugin gets more imrovements, sometimes you might try to add a higher fps in that field in order to get a smoother video.
This might be wishful thinking on my part but I think that my videos are playing better with each Rockbox upgrade.
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