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Old 11-05-2012, 11:38 PM   #1
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Question looking for Video Converter for Dhgate 8GB mp4 players

Intro:
I needed a way to convert video for my Dhgate 16GB MP4 Player
Features:

Batch conversion;
Linux, Mac OS & BSD compatible (here I will only describe how to get it working with Ubuntu/Debian systems);
Supports many Dhgate MP4 player screens and support for more can be easilly added (contact me by posting in

this thread or by sending private message if your Dhgate mp4 player is not supported).
Supported resolutions:
320x240
220x176
160x128
128x96
Video quality can be selected;
Aspect ratio is automatically detected
settings are saved;
Can be easily translated (current translations include: english & lithuanian);
Appropriate video FPS are selected depending on selected resolution;

If you have some good ways, please let me know.
Thanks

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Do you some one know about the problem?
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Old 11-13-2012, 11:00 PM   #3
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I would suggest AVS or Xilisoft video converter.
You can do batch conversion and specify the aspect ratio, video bit rate, audio bit rate and the size of the videos.
Each video is configurable but you can also just set the all on the same settings to save time.
Thats if you want to pay for/ pirate a conveter.
There are some good free converters too, but you will have to search for them because they are few and far between.
I mean handbrake is ok but....
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I would suggest AVS or Xilisoft video converter.
You can do batch conversion and specify the aspect ratio, video bit rate, audio bit rate and the size of the videos.
Each video is configurable but you can also just set the all on the same settings to save time.
Thats if you want to pay for/ pirate a conveter.
There are some good free converters too, but you will have to search for them because they are few and far between.
I mean handbrake is ok but....
Well,good share.

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