Dude, Motorola use Cortex 550Mhz CPU opposite your old ARM 350Mhz. Cortex support video codecs by hardware and how you compare? And how much cost your Milestone and this China PAD - you think why?Papay;51537 said:One main reason I bought the ePad is because of movies and I'm kinda discouraged that it only plays the Test movie file provided. Hope somebody will drop the right settings for converting and the best software for doing it. I have my Motorola Milestone 2.1 and no problem with Rock Player playing Avi files. I wonder why it wont play on the ePad..
Yup, this flytouch is like 4-5 times cheaper than my Milestone. What you pay is what you get, but I have little china mp4 players that's way too cheaper than this epad and I'm sure the hardware is slow but it plays divx with no problems.Dude, Motorola use Cortex 550Mhz CPU opposite your old ARM 350Mhz. Cortex support video codecs by hardware and how you compare? And how much cost your Milestone and this China PAD - you think why?
I'll try it, thanksAnybody knows the max resolution and bitrate for movies to play? Thankshave you try 3gp? it's work for me, and for mp4 file i converted with mobile media converter in kubuntu just work fine for my epad
Here is the setting string I promised. Simply copy this into a new setting in WinFF and it helps keep the audio in sync. The video quality is a little worse but the audio stays in sync so its a toss.-s 480x320 -vcodec mpeg4 -b 480k -acodec libfaac -ac 1 -ar 16000 -r 13 -ab 32000 -aspect 3:2jhdeval;55477 said:I use winff or if you are on linux ffmpeg. It has an android setting when you download that worked fine for me. I did eek out a bit better performance by playing with a custom setting. When I go home I will post the setting string.