Once you’ve recorded video or audio from the web you’ll need to convert it to a format your player can use. To do that you’ll need to know what file format(s) are supported by your device. The most common are: FLV, MPEG, MP3, MP4, WMF, QT, AVI, 3GP.
To find the formats supported by your device check the manual or plug it into your computer using the supplied USB adapter and locate the video files. Just match the file format and resolution of the files already on your device. You can also refer to the file format list in the section below.
Replay Media Catcher
Replay Media Catcher converts recorded video to formats used by iPod, iPhone, MP3 and MP4 players, Zune, and mobile phones.
Replay Media Catcher records and saves exact digital copies of streaming video and MP3 audio files from thousands of sites. After the video has been recorded you can convert those files to the following portable player formats inside Replay Media Catcher with plenty of resolution and quality options:
MPEG – Video and audio format.
MP3 – Most portable video players.
MP4 – iPod & iPhone and many other portable video players.
WMV – Zune and video delivery over the internet.
3GP – 3G mobile phones but can also be played on some 2G and 4G phones.
FLV – Flash Video files most often used to delivery video over the internet and not on portable media players. See Wikipedia FLV for more information.
It’s a simple task to make the conversion: 1. Select the file, select the format from the pull-down menu, select an output directory, and hit the convert button. Here’s a screen shot showing the file format options:
To convert to AVI, CD, DVD and other formats you’ll want to use Replay Converter.
Applian Technologies has a great detailed information chart covering all video and audio file formats. To view the chart click here.
Learn more about capturing streaming video with Replay Media Catcher.
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