Chaps, I have a problem. I have some videos recorded with a samsung s3 phone at the following settings:
Video quality: superfine
Now, the file size range from a minimum of 50MB to a maximum of 100. When I play the recorded videos on the phone, they play ok, but when I download them on the laptop or any other computer they won't play. They start playing but then the image freezes, the audio is fine. After running a few tests, I lowered the resolution of the phone, recorded another video and played it on the computer. This time it played ok. SO the problem seems to be lying with the resolution being too high. Still, I am in trouble now because I can't play the old videos on my computer. How can I sort this out? Is there a software solution that allows me to reduce the resolution of a recorded video or anything else?
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First before I attempt to assist let me ask you these:
By old videos do you mean other videos recorded with the high resolution?
If so then sometimes when you convert a video, the converter will have an option of how high Quality you want the video,Obviously the higher it …
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No matter the OS (Windows or Linux), download and user the VLC media player. It will handle just about anything, which the normal media players on either Windows or Linux will not without installing a number of obscure codes (if available). You can get VLC at www.videolan.org.
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