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pengyou Page Icon Posted 2010-06-21 1:40 PM
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I am sure this question is in the forum in at least half a dozen places..but I still have not learned how to productively use the search facility here. I want to convert a movie (dvd) to play on my j720. Can someone point me to a thread that will show me the most efficient way to do it?
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hmascience Page Icon Posted 2010-06-21 2:33 PM
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Just use DVD Catalyst (free) or purchase it (at a very reasonable price). If you are having trouble with the site search, might I suggest Google with your search terms and "site:www.hpcfactor.com" added. DVD Catalyst is at http://www.tools4movies.com/category/free-downloads/ these days. HTH.
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michelbel Page Icon Posted 2010-06-23 1:11 PM
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I would suggest you invest in
The Great Handheld PC Software and Resource CD from Usedhandhelds.
For $39.90 plus shipping you get licensed versions of Catalyst, PocketDos, Softmaker Office and lots more.

Still hard to beat.
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technogeist2k9 Page Icon Posted 2010-06-23 3:34 PM
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What is the best video format, performance wise?

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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2010-06-23 10:24 PM
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In my experience, that'd be FLV (Flash Video). FLV videos are also smaller files than MPEG-4 or AVI files.
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technogeist2k9 Page Icon Posted 2010-06-23 11:48 PM
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Can you recommend any good transcoders that will do divx to FLV?
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technogeist2k9 Page Icon Posted 2010-06-24 4:22 PM
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I've heard of 'Magic' Video Converter. Is it the same one you're referring to?
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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2010-06-24 7:24 PM
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I use eRight Software's SUPER, which actually does a pretty nice job even though it's free.
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