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Well I recently got myself the new Ipod Nano.
Awesome little gadget if you ask me with a 2-inch liquid crystal display which is RAZOR sharp with it's 320-by-240-pixel resolution at 204 pixels per inch.
So this little screen is just screeming for movies. So I got myself the IMtoo converter. What this thingy does is it converts avi and such to mp4 formats. Great gadget converts properly quality of the movie is still awesome.
Now here comes the big hairy but:
The audio ALWAYS goes out of sync after a while in the movie. Now I have been checking in to the reason why. And one said framerates other said size one said fixable other said not; etc etc. No good answer.
So I was wondering could I get some help with this because I am at a loss.
Let me know!!
For those who are interested in this:
I tried EVERYTHING;
everything from cheapass converters to quicktime pro to adobe premiere CS3, nothing was able to sync up my vids.
So I went even further experimenting with all settings in all programs and I came to this simple conclusion:
When converting from avi to mp4 the video speeds up, well I dont know how much exactly but its roughly about 4fps.
So all you need to do to sync up your vids for your IPod is just decrease the original framerate (usually 23,97) to 20 fps for tvshows and you will be fine.
I recommend trying ImTOO iPod Movie Converter it gave me the best results with little processing time opposed to the standards such as quicktime pro and premiere CS3.
Ow yes I have not yet verified this but the bitrate of the movie should be 768 as specified for the IPod system specs, not sure about this though seeing I just did it and didn't question if this was true or not. Will let you know when I do.
Also because you recode to 20 fps the entire image will still have a smooth experience, however with for instance a full 360 camera pan you will notice that it isnt entirely smooth because some frames are not there. Though this is only noticable when you look REALLY hard.
Sorry for bumping
Quod gratis asseritur, gratis negatur.
I have tried Jodix Free iPod Video Converter. It works well and it is free.
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