Transcoding video files
This feature is in beta stage of development. That means it will work most of the time and what is more important is we need your feedback.
You can transcode your video files into a format playable by most modern portable devices and Adobe flash player. The two main points of this feature are:
- Instant playback of video files on slow networks.
- Playback of video files using mobile devices such as an iPod or a smartphone. If a device has a browser (for example Safari on the iPhone) playback is available instantly just like on a PC.
Converted video files are playable on:
- Flash player (i.e. you can watch videos online)
- iOS: iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod Touch, iPod Classic, iPod 5.5G
- Blackberry: Bold 9000, Curve 8910, 8900, 8520, Pearl 9XXX, Storm, Storm 2, Torch, Tour, Bold 9650 + 9700
- Android: All (?)
- Other: PSP (3.30+), PS3, Xbox 360, web
Doesn't play on:
- iPod 5G, PSP (pre-3.30), Blackberry Curve 9330, 9300, 8530, 83XX, Pearl 8XXX, 88XX
- Video: H.264, Level 3.0, Baseline profile
- Audio: AAC, 1-2 channels
- audio_bitrate: 128 (or less)
- audio_sample_rate: 44100 (or less)
- size: 480x320
- max_frame_rate: 30
- video_bitrate: 1500 (or less)