how to reduce fps to view video on cell phone

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by gskahlon79, Jul 28, 2005.

  1. gskahlon79

    gskahlon79 Guest


    I have a video song that is app. 39 MB in size and runs at 25 fps.
    I want to save this file to my cell phone. My cell phone plays the file
    at maximum 15 fps. I want to know how can I reduce the number of frames
    to less or 15 fps.

    gskahlon79, Jul 28, 2005
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  2. What software are you using?

    Are you willing to spend money?

    How much money?

    What format is it in?

    What format does it need to be in?

    What bit-rate does it need to be?

    Give us something more than "cell phone".

    Tom P.
    Henry Padilla, Jul 28, 2005
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  3. gskahlon79

    Mike Kujbida Guest

    VirtualDub from has options to reduce the frame rate
    as well as the screen size so that it would fit your display. I have
    no idea how you're going to upload it though.

    Mike Kujbida, Jul 28, 2005
  4. You may find your phone supports one or more of these formats :
    Real Player, 3GPP, Windows Media.

    Before you try to reduce the frame rate you need to know what format
    to save it in - it's very unlikely to accept AVI format with *any*

    Many newer phones support 3GPP. Quicktime Pro can offer profiles for
    the phone (screen size + fps + bitrate) and check they meet the 3GPP
    or 3GPP2 profile conformance.

    If it's a Nokia it might have Real Player, so you need Helix Encoder
    for that. The basic version might be enough.

    If it's a Smartphone (windows mobile) then you can either use the
    built in media player + windows media encoder, or you can download
    Betaplayer (now called "TCPMP") from - get
    the smartphone version. You can play MPEG4 files on Betaplayer but not
    windows media for smartphone.

    Cheers - Neil
    Neil Smith [MVP Digital Media], Jul 28, 2005
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    gskahlon79 Guest

    gskahlon79, Jul 28, 2005
  6. I was rather hoping you'd answer the questions rather than expecting
    me to go fishing about for the specification on a shop site *for* you.

    Since you can't be bothered to do that, neither can I ;-))

    Cheers - Neil
    Neil Smith [MVP Digital Media], Jul 29, 2005
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    Hanson Woo Guest

    Try total video converter , it can set frame rate of the converted
    file and support lots of file formats.
    You can get it here
    Hanson Woo, Aug 1, 2005
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