has now moved to
Home • Forum • Downloads • Gallery/Photos • Check your PM • Log in
Board Navigation
Go to the homepageHome
Index of the forum.Forum
View uploaded imagesGallery/Photos
Check articles uploaded to the websiteKnowledge Base
Links CategoriesLinks
Donate to myMPxPlayer.orgSupport Us

Search through forums.Search Site
Search through downloadsSearch Downloads

Frequently Asked Questions.FAQ
Read the rules of this websiteRules
View website statisticsStatistics
See who is online at this time.Online Users
Members of our staffStaff



There are 0 user(s) on chat now:

[ Login to join chat ]

Best Program to convert to MTV format
Post new topic

Reply to topic
Author Message

United Kingdom UK Devon
PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 5:15 pm   Post subject:  Best Program to convert to MTV format Back to top 

Got an MP4 watch with a res of 160x128. Got a program with it called MTV Video converter which works pretty well however some videos come out stretched (originally widescreen) others come out squished and theres no options to adjust within the program.

I've tried MP3 Utilities and WinAVI but both of these massively increase the file size, it takes a 11MB file and converts it to a massive 100MB file!! MTV Converter took a 700MB full movie and ended up with 200MB which is more like it.

Does anyone know any other programs that will convert? (I've tried AMV files but the watch doesnt recognise them)

Download Post  No rating  
Valued Member
Valued Member

Australia AU South Australia
PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2007 8:42 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

DynaMight , the .MTV format is an old video format with not many tools developed for it.

There are 3 versions of MTV conversion here:

You might need to experiment with the different versions to get the best results.

Why are clones called MP4 Players, when they don`t play .MP4 at all?
It`s like an MP3 Player which plays Music CDs only.

T39 doesn''t sound as good as my T29
Download Post  No rating  

PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2007 5:53 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

Hi, i`ve been using mtvvideoconverter on my pc and always the program crashed when it started converting. How did you got it running on your pc?

Download Post  No rating  
MPx Junkie
MPx Junkie

New Zealand
PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2007 6:05 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

Re:DynaMight Did you try any of the converters lattesurf told you to use?

Download Post  No rating  

United Kingdom UK Devon
PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2007 5:24 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

Sorry forgot about this thread!

I did try one version which ofcourse increased the file size, I havent tried any of the others. I'll give them a try.

managergaritos: Try installing a codec pack like k-lite codec pack. Google it and get the standard package.

Download Post  No rating  

PostPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2007 11:56 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

Use the MTV conversion to 160x120 or 160x128 only when you are converting a full-screen 4-by-3 program. Try 160x96 for wide-screen, and 160x64, to minimize the squishing/stretching problem.

If you don't like the alternate resolutions, an alternative is to convert the file to an aspect ratio of approximately 4-by-3 by cropping (not stretching) prior to the MTV conversion. This can be done with AviSynth or VirtualDub (or both together).

Download Post  No rating  
Sponsored Links
Display posts from previous:      

 Jump to:   

  View previous topic View printer-friendly version Search Display number of posts for each poster in this topic Export topic thread to a text file View next topic

You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot vote in polls in this forum
You cannot attach files in this forum
You cannot download files in this forum

Protected by phpBB Security phpBB-Amod :: phpBB Security ©  Has Blocked 229,168 Exploit Attempts.
Site running IntegraMOD with phpBB :: FI Theme :: All times are GMT - 4 Hours ]
[Page generation time: 0.4213s (PHP: 53% | SQL: 47%) | SQL queries: 91 | GZIP enabled | Debug off] hosted by Webair.