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Old 1st Sep 2011, 1:25 pm
NIceGuyEddie NIceGuyEddie is offline
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Default COnversion issues,VI-Drop not the solution


Let me start with saying thanks to anyone who may be able to provide a solution to this for me. I have a chinese player, no named markings but internally it lists it;s softwre as 1018_090212_dev_tp_CM_OV_S

I have not been able to confirm if this is the mysterious "rockchip"

I have some videos that play on said mp3/45 player but I cannot seem to convert any for play. I THOUGHT I had converted a batch but seem to not be able to replicate this. I've tried vi-drop but dones't seem to get it. Is there anywhere on the videos that work I can gather information that may help me? I even got a converter " from the manufacturer" ( from a website that said yadda yadda) that doesn't seem to do the trick. Any help would be great!


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Old 2nd Sep 2011, 2:34 am
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Hi Eddie,

Do you have a video file that actually works on your player? For example, one a sample video file that was put on the player when you got it? That will give us a better clue as to what settings are needed for the video file to play. Unfortunately a lot of these players need to have specific settings and requirements for the video file to play on the player.

Let me know.
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Old 4th Sep 2011, 7:26 am
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Thank you Binh,

I have a few files that work. Do I upload them somewhere? I know they are AVI's and I'm pretty sure they are 128x360 (?) but beyond that I do not know what settings to look for. I am also not sure if they worked from day 1 or converted and I just don't know what settings I've used. I have most converters you can find on these sites installed. Thank youa gain for any information that will steer me in the right direction!

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Old 26th Aug 2013, 4:11 am
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Hi everyone, i have a problem with my chinese mp4, i don't know how to convert videos to see them in the mp4, it came with a cd but it was to scratched to use and now i think i lost it :S, but it came with a video where i could get the information, the problem is i've used a lot of converters and none have worked, does anybody else have this problem?, can anybody help me?, i uploaded the video to a website because it was a little big, anyway there it is 160.120ice_age_2.avi in case anyone can help also i used mpeg streamclip to get the information from the video and this is what i got
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