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Old 10-18-2010, 07:46 PM
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You mean those black bars on top/bottom or the sides? If the original video doesn't have them, something is wrong in the conversion resolution. I think it helps if you use a resolution at the same aspect ratio as the original video.
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Old 10-18-2010, 08:01 PM
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Yip, those black bars. But i figured it out. I've been playing around with different settings and everything looks fine now.

Again, thanks for helping.

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Old 10-24-2010, 03:02 AM
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have u ever tried "per video convertor" or "ojo soft video convertor" ?

this programs are very well and so easy to use ... programs by it seld doesnt support zen x-fi 2 in their avi detailed items but there is patch that add x-fi 2 part to the end of avi section .

output file is full screen , good quality and mostly no delay .

if this helps let me know then i can put the link for download .
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Old 12-14-2010, 09:56 PM
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I especially like http://www.freemake.com/'s Video Converter, which works without DVD43. This is nice for 64bit laptops as DVD43 isn't supported. The partner software Video Downloader is also excellent for ripping YouTube, Hulu, etc... videos, as a side note.
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nice work keep it up any way to put subtitles
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I think the only working subtitles would be hard-coded ones, I haven't heard about anything else at least.
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everything working...slowly... for me!
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Old 11-19-2011, 12:56 PM
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I especially like http://www.freemake.com/'s Video Converter, which works without DVD43. This is nice for 64bit laptops as DVD43 isn't supported. The partner software Video Downloader is also excellent for ripping YouTube, Hulu, etc... videos, as a side note.
Cool, I hadn't heard of that before. I have used the DVD43 & Handbrake combination before and it works fine. But another program that will work without DVD43 and it has built-in profiles for dozens of brands of MP3 players (including the Zen X-Fi2 and other Creative products) is XMedia Recode. I stumbled on it one day and it is excellent. I've converted several videos for my X-Fi2 using it. The profile you select will recommend default settings based on what your player can handle (like the max resolution and compatible video formats). And if you have older Creative products it has profiles for those too.
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hey guys i dont know if anyone of you guys know this but i found a great software for converting videos to zen xfi 2 format its called format factory.its just too awsomeand also you can customize your own profiles and convert videos to any format and not just to zen xfi 2!!!!!!!
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http://www.pcfreetime.com/download.html
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Old 12-15-2013, 10:26 AM
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rexracer, as you can see there is a sticky here about video converting, you should post in here. Format Factory has already been mentioned earlier, albeit a few years ago. I have always been reluctant due to the "adware is for our sponsors" disclaimer. I don't want to install adware, even if I know about it in advance.
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