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Old 09-24-2008, 03:50 PM
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Oki, So I got my new yp-t10 today, since my last one the bluetooth was messed up. My problem now is when I try to convert my Naruto (animated) video to an SVI file. it says that "file is not found" It used to work on my old t10. Do i need to download some kinda codec or something? im really dumb at these things btw. All my animated videos does not work.
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Old 09-24-2008, 04:13 PM
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All my animated videos does not work.
Never heard of 1 frame video's :P (and yeah, I remember the bluetooth adress was F-ed up)

Ontopic: Get the newest Emodio, I think you need DivX (if you can watch your Naruto with Windows Media Player, then you already have it (I think) and don't need to download it), and try it again. Else you need to convert it with an other program to SVI, like jSVIcoder (google or look @ softpedia), then convert it to a folder and finally copy and paste it to the T10.
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Old 10-14-2008, 02:02 AM
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what software do you use to put the videos in?
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Old 10-14-2008, 05:36 AM
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what software do you use to put the videos in?
mencoder (various frontends exist), avidemux2 (use "cartoon" mode for anime)

Others use Emodio, ... Whatever program that can generate an avi with: XVID-encoding with no b-frames, and mp3 audio (constant bitrate).

rename the avi to svi and there you go.

Size is 320x240 - slower values are OK, unless they are multiples of 8 (otherwise you might get distrortion at the bottom of the video - note that probably all of the encoders are more efficient when using multiples of 16)
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