I've recently bought a HD Media Player. (Seagate Free Agent Theatre +) The aim was to look at my DV-AVIs directly s.Television s.Harddisk.
Supported Formats of the Media Player, however, are the following: MPEG-1, MPEG-2 (VOB / ISO), MPEG-4 (DivX / Xvid), DivX HD, Xvid HD, AVI, MOV, MKV, RMVB, AVC HD, H.264, WMV9, VC-1, M2TS, TS/TP/M2T Subtitle: SAMI (smi), SRT and SUB
My DV-AVIs are in the following format:
[Code: 1:78 bbf79a0f] Video ----- Codec: dvsd Name: DVC / DV Video Pics / s: 25 Frames / s: 25 Fields / s: 50
Container --------- File Length Correct DV Type 2 AVI Multipart OpenDML AVI (2 parts) (8746 frames in first part, 0 frames follow)
Audio ----- Codec: PCM Audio Info: 48000Hz 1536 kb / s code tot (2 chnls) [/: 1:78 bbf79a0f]
Goal, it would now these videos as loss as possible to bring in a compatible format. Size of files does not matter, because I have enough space.
If anyone had an idea in my videos so easy and so low-loss as possible in a compatible format bring? I would not even know which format would be the best choice as well :-(
For some advice, I would be very grateful to you.
Or Plan B, someone knows what an HD Media Player I could play format?
Antwort von deti:
Either H.264 or MPEG2 MOV/MP4-Container - Video in the PS / TS container. In any case, suffice 25Mbit / s for your project.
Antwort von Jörg:
Goal, it would now these videos as loss as possible to bring in a compatible format.
whether it is as lossless as possible ...??
I have my collection of DV. Convert avi to h264. The result is well worth seeing if the scaler of the TV is able to scale the stuff on halfway decent result. If you look at original resolution, the quality is quite ok. Better than usual MPEG-2 DVD of all cases.
Antwort von Dusty80:
Thank you for the quick reply! Then I'll try synonymous times with h264.