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Tink 01-19-2010 12:06 AM

Best Video Recording/Playback Quality
 
Hi Guys,

I'm hoping y'all can help me out.... I have been researching on and off for a good bit and cannot find a definitive or satisfactory answer to my query via search engines on the internet.... I have a TP2 (Sprint) and am wondering which of the different video-recording settings are the best quality or what the benefits are to each... The settings are:
H.263
3GPP2
MPEG4
H.264

With the wealth of knowledge between everyone here on the forum, I know someone will have the answer! :headbang:

Thank you, guys!!

pimpol10 01-19-2010 05:40 AM

Re: Best Video Recording/Playback Quality
 
I have test out every video settings out there..and have found the best. I used DVD Catalyst 3.84.1 it's the best convert out there only $10 worth it! H264 is absolutely the best! It's what they use for Blu Ray's. You have to fine thee best settings for smooth frame rate. You must have a CLASS 6 memory Card! And play it in your album. I used the following settings that work best for me on my TP2:
1. for movie with aspect ratio of 2.35, 624x416, 400bitrate, 2 passes, mono at 64kbps for sound.
2.for movies with aspect ratio of 1.85, 584x328, 400bitrate, 2 passes, mono at 64kbps for sound.

Ps these settings only work if you don't like your movies cropped. I hate cropping movies.
enjoy! Mike

robertkmagill 01-19-2010 06:38 AM

Re: Best Video Recording/Playback Quality
 
I think he means what is the best setting for Recording Video
with the camera in the phone :evil4: I honestly dont know tho ](*,)

jmorton10 01-19-2010 07:59 AM

Re: Best Video Recording/Playback Quality
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by pimpol10 (Post 1500912)
I used DVD Catalyst 3.84.1 it's the best convert out there only $10 worth it! H264 is absolutely the best!

I agree, h.264 is absolutely the best.

I use both DVD Catalyst & CuCusoft Ultimate DVD convertor. I prefer the CuCusoft program to Catalyst although both get the job done just fine.

~John

Robb Bates 01-19-2010 10:37 AM

Re: Best Video Recording/Playback Quality
 
If you're adventurous, you can look at some registry settings. I started playing with them. I didn't get too in depth, but I did change the bitrate and the framerate for the VGA mp4. It did look better, but if you crank it up too far it starts freaking out.

Robb

Tink 01-19-2010 01:44 PM

Re: Best Video Recording/Playback Quality
 
Thanks for all the info, guys!!:)

Any idea as to any other registry edits that might be made? I've played with a few, but am curious as to what y'all might have discovered...

Thanks!!


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