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Old 08. Nov 2010, 09:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I couldnt find a video converter in which we can convert any video to any format of any cell phone
i tried x media recode but its super lagging on my pc
and others dont have many options for cell
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Old 08. Nov 2010, 10:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I couldnt find a video converter in which we can convert any video to any format of any cell phone
i tried x media recode but its super lagging on my pc
and others dont have many options for cell
Hey Av_Crazy have you tryed looking in the Best Free Audio / Video Format Conversion Program
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I personaly love the iwisoft video/audio conversion tool which supports alot of formats optimized for cell phones. all of the maine cell phone brands are supported.
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Old 08. Nov 2010, 10:50 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yes i have it installed on my pc...its excellent if i want to convert videos for my pc ..it didnt fullfil my need for conerting for a cell format..and not all phones are listed..no nokia..
i want exclusively for cell
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Old 09. Nov 2010, 08:27 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Which format do you want the video to be converted to?

Earlier 3gp was widely in use for cell phones. Nowadays, I think most cell phones use the MP4 format, which is widely in use on other portable devices too. Most of the video converters allow conversion to MP4.

You can look at the properties of the video file required for your cell phone, and then you can customize the settings in the video converter to convert the video to required format.

You can try the Videora site. On its main page, you will see that it offers support for many mobiles, and portable devices. I hope you can find something of use there.

http://www.videora.com/

There is ABC 3gp/MP4 converter too :

http://www.abcmedia.tv/3gp-converter.htm

There is Pazera Video to 3gp too :

http://www.pazera-software.com/produ...3gp-converter/

There is Miro Converter too :

http://www.mirovideoconverter.com/
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Old 09. Nov 2010, 08:55 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I tried miro...its very slow
abc looks too old..there hasnt been any development
pazera is for 3gp..all new cells now support mp4 so i was looking for mp4

im looking into videora now
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I haven't tried Miro much, but I have it with me, coz it looks good.

I agree ABC converter looks old. But, it still might be of use, as it supports MP4.

I posted about Pazera in case you need 3gp conversion.

I think Videora should work for you.

About video converters, I haven't seen any new version from Iwisoft since a long time.

Other good video converters have come up, which are in regular development, and they look good. These are Freemake Video Converter and Hamster Video Converter.
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Old 09. Nov 2010, 09:33 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Yes iwisoft hasnt been updated in a,ong time but what i like about it is when we put a video for conversionit shows the estimated output size which helps me a lot
many other video converters dont show that so i dont use them

even hamster doesnt show that

this freemake video converter has a beautiful site :P lets see if its good in converting or not

thanx for the suggestions anupam...lets see the best of these 3
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Old 09. Nov 2010, 09:58 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Dont TRY VIDEORA .. the interface is filled with variety of ads and its also confusing
Freemake video converter is again not specific for cell but the interface is simple and clear and it has many many presets
for me right now its my finding the free nokia converter thats working for me...
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Sorry that Videora did not suit you.

Vivek, I had to remove the link for nokia converter, as the site had bad WOT rating. You are free to use the software, but I would advise caution looking at the WOT ratings.
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Old 09. Nov 2010, 11:21 AM   #10 (permalink)
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Hmm i dont know why it has bad wot rating ... it hasnt made any internet attempt or anything suspicious
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