Bad Video Playback

Discussion in 'Multimedia (Windows Mobile)' started by Jordan Alexander Hartley, Sep 16, 2007.

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  1. Jordan Alexander Hartley

    Jordan Alexander Hartley Mobile Enthusiast

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    Hi everyone, I new here and new with WindowsMobile devices in general.

    Ive have just purchased my first WM phone, I have the HTC TyTN II (AKA-Kaiser/P4450) which has WM6.

    I have been using for a few days now and it seems really good, as it my first PPC device i don't have anything to compare it to though. My problem though is video playback, when I play a video it has a very low FPS, it only plays at around the 2FPS mark, the audio plays fine.

    The video Im trying to play is a .WMV file and is a 320x240 size video at 503Kbps.
    I would expect the device to be able to play this video fine, the only reason for the bad video performance I can think of is the fact that I am playing from the built in ROM, (I don't have a memory card for it yet).
    I have tried using multiple video players, the built in media player, pocket player, TCPMP, Pocket Divx and PocketTV Pro but I have the same problem in all of them with either the same video or an equivalent video.

    could anyone give me any feedback with this, is it the fact that its running from the internal ROM, and therefore will a memory card solve the problem.
     
  2. Streaky

    Streaky I can't remember

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    Welcome to Brighthand, Jordan Alexander Hartley. I'm afraid I can't help you, but I'm sure a helpful soul will be along shortly.
     
  3. Konrad Pierce

    Konrad Pierce Village Idiot 2.0

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    You can try altering the movie with Windows Movie Maker. Just "import" the project (movie) and Save As... - select the option that allows you to encode the format for "PDA/QVGA (320x240)" ... it might help. Of course you'll be watching the movies in Landscape mode.
     
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