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Old 07-01-2011
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Nokia x6 maximum Audio/Video playback support

I am looking forward to buy a new Nokia X6 mobile phone but before which I would like to know the maximum support provided by this phone for Audio/Video Playback. Actually I am about to use the converter for videos which is capable of editing the resolution as well so I have few questions about Nokia X6 as follows.
  • What is the max resolution of X264 playback with how much FPS?
  • What is the max bitrate for recording AAC ?
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Re: Nokia x6 maximum Audio/Video playback support

No matter which converter you use for converting the videos but when it comes to play those video on your Nokia X6 mobile phone then video should be of compatible format to play it on your phone no matter what resolution it has. Now when it comes to the clarity then I would like to inform you that if you want to have a best clarity while watching the videos then it is best to have the same resolution of video as that of your mobile phone. Your phone's resolution is the size of the screen. So you better convert the video according to the size of your phone's screen to see them with maximum clarity.
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Re: Nokia x6 maximum Audio/Video playback support

You can do whatever you want to do with the videos or with audio files on converter but when you transfer them onto your mobile phone then please keep in mind that the file that you are transferring should be of mobile compatible format no matter from which format you have converted it. And if quality of the video gets changes then there is nothing wrong with the phone as converter might not be able to convert the videos/audios with equivalent quality.
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Re: Nokia x6 maximum Audio/Video playback support

H.264, also known as MPEG4 compression standard is a very powerful, which is mainly used for the TNT television, satellite and ADSL. The result is an excellent value and weight of high definition video (HD). The x264 is a codec that can compress in H.264. It is fortunate, because it's free and it can be exploited by many applications (like VirtualDub). The concern is that the power required to read a video x264 is enormous, the higher the resolution of the video, the more your PC will suffer for the read. That is why, when videos counter-strike or other are available, many sizes are often available. If the PC is not powerful enough to read without jerky x264 version, you can always opt for the DivX version, or even WMV. Another solution is to provide video, still encoded in x264, but with smaller resolutions.
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Re: Nokia x6 maximum Audio/Video playback support

Many conversion tools are available as open source. MediaCoder is intended to centralize all these tools into one interface, something of a universal converter that operates a large number of video formats. And so, since the list is long: H264, XviD, DivX 4 and 5, MPEG 1, 2 and 4, RealVideo, or WMV (7, 8 and 9) are in the game. MediaCoder is no exception to the formats of audio tracks, one finds including LAME MP3, AAC or Ogg Vorbis.

The consequence of this: The software interface, while relatively well made, is at least responsible for settings that may seem obscure for a normal user. Various tabs and allow the container to choose the final file (MOV, AVI ...), to crop or resize the image, adjust the format of the audio track (again with many audio codec settings). A preview of the video is also available. But the main interest of the software is to integrate most of the necessary codecs, only a few formats like Windows Media 9 require a download of the tools in-house. Nevertheless, the author had the good idea to group them on the software download page.
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Re: Nokia x6 maximum Audio/Video playback support

MediaCoder Full Edition is a transcoder audio and video is free. It is capable of performing batch processing of many compression formats: MP3, Vorbis, AAC, AAC +, AAC + v2, Musepack, Speex, AMR, WMA, RealAudio, mp3PRO, FLAC, WavPack, Monkey's Audio, OptimFROG, AAC Lossless, WMA Lossless, WAV / PCM H.264, Xvid, MPEG 1/2/4, Theora, Flash Video, Dirac, 3ivx, RealVideo, Windows Media Video, AVI, MPEG / VOB, Matroska, MP4, RealMedia, ASF , Quicktime, OGM, CD, VCD, DVD, CUE. It also supports the following devices: digital audio player, MP4 player, mobile phone, PDA, PSP, VCD / DVD. In addition, it controls the conversion process and all parameters of the output file. The program does not require additional filters or codecs. In addition, it allows you to add features and customize the interface.
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