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2012-03-06 12:33 PM
2012-03-06 05:43 PM
ossienet wrote: None, as far as I know. The Stora has no Video output. It's a network media STORAGE device.
2012-03-07 07:44 AM
robyb wrote: h2.64 is the prefered codec for the flash player. I usually use Handbrake and convert with an MP4 container and enable the Web Optimization checkbox.
2012-03-07 11:53 AM
jasee wrote: I know it has no video output directly from the player
What I mean is the web interface is able to play a few types of video file directly over the network via the flash player, for instance mp4, flv encapsulation, but the video compression has to be the right type for it to work it seems.
2012-03-07 01:16 PM
ossienet wrote: But isn't this just a limitation of Flash and the web browser, rather than the Stora itself?
2012-03-07 11:07 PM
jasee wrote: Thanks useful :-) And handbrake is open source and available for most platforms
2012-03-08 02:48 AM
Southkil wrote: hi,
try any video converter, it's free and can convert from any format to any format. (Does what it says on the tin!)
2012-03-08 03:13 AM
jasee wrote: But not all video converters are equal
They don't all use the best compression method that the Stora works best with (as indicated earlier) In fact I use a paid for one which doesn't:mad:
Would you care to name names? (for MS windows, please)