Samsung Moment Video Converter-Play Flash Videos on Samsung Moment,Behold II Android phones converter
Since Google announced Android 2.2, there are confirmations by Samsung saying that the Sprint phone Samsung Moment would not get Froyo officially. Even though SDX Developers are going to present FroYo for Samsung Moment, there are still rooms for improving.
To watch Flash videos on Samsung Moment, or other Android phones like Samsung Behold II, HTC Hero, T-Mobile G1, Motorola Devour, HTC Droid Eris or Motorola Milestone XT720, that are not supposed to update to Android 2.2 Froyo with Flash player, you can convert FLV to Android MP4. Aunsoft Video Converter is the recommended Flash video converter for Samsung Moment
and other Android phones to play Flash videos after conversion.
Below is the quick step-by-step guide for you to put and play FLV on Samsung Moment without updating to Android 2.2 Froyo.
Step 1. Load Flash videos to Aunsoft Video Converter.
After downloading Flash videos from websites like YouTube, BBC to computer hard drive, just run Aunsoft Video Converter as the best
Flash video to Samsung Moment converter, and click the "Add" button to browse the Flash videos. Aunsoft Video Converter supports Flash FLV files with vp6, h.264, h.263 as video codec and nellymoser, mp3 as audio codec.
Step 2. Choose H.264 MP4 output format.
Click the "Format" option and choose Common Video > H.264 Video(*.mp4) as output format. The Samsung Moment video converter will re-wrap the Flash videos to MP4 for Android smartphone.
Step 3. Convert FLV to Samsung Moment.
Click the convert button under the preview window, and the Samsung Moment video converter will start the conversion from Flash FLV to MP4 for Android Froyo without Flash player.
Workflow to Automatically Merge M2TS Files into one Movie on PC
When I was looking for a fast m2ts joiner, I find Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter. However, when I have a further look at the official site, I notice that there is another powerful m2ts joiner named Final Mate, which offers the function to merge m2ts files into m2ts file without re-encoding
. Comparing to the free m2ts joiner like txmuser, Aunsof Final Mate includes the automatic joining function while importing video clips.
Here is my experience with Aunsoft Final Mate to automatically merge m2ts files and the steps to merge AVCHD files from different folders with lossless output.
Automatically merge m2ts files into one movie.
Aunsoft Final Mate, as a fast m2ts joiner, will help you combine and merge m2ts files from PC or camcorder while importing to the program under the following conditions:
1. The .m2ts files that needed to be combined and merged are located in the same folder on computer or camcorder.
2. The .m2ts files are recorded with the same recording mode, or with at least the video codec, resolution (width x height) and video frame rate.
- For videos from camcorder, just follow the camcorder wizard or click the Camcorder button to create movie with files in same format.
- For videos from computer, just click the Import button and browse the m2ts files from computer folder.
Please note that the m2ts files with different parameter settings in frame rate or video codec will be exported as separate movies. What you see on Aunsoft Final Mate with different movie ID is what you get in output.
1. To remove the lines from the 1080i video, just click the Video Restoration button on the timeline section, and check the box for deinterlacing to get non-interlaced videos.
2. The above steps also apply to .mts files and .tod files for lossless quality output. You can imports videos from camcorders like Panasonic HDC-TM700/HS700/SD700, Sony HDR-CX150/CX350/CX550, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX7/HX5V, Canon Vixia/Legeria HF S200/S20/S21, Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS7/TZ10, JVC Everio GZ-HD7/HD30/HD40 and so on.
Combine/Merge/Join AVCHD Files into a Single File on Mac OS X
While there are many questions about joining AVCHD files into a single file, here I would like to show you a few recommendations for users who would like to merge and combine .mts and .m2ts video clips from camcorders like Sony HDR-SR12, HDR-CX350, Panasonic HDC-TM700, Canon HF S21 and so on.
- For users who would like to merge AVCHD files without transcoding
tsMuseR might work for some users. However, there is limitation while using txmuser. For example, the Mac version only works on Mac Leopard. There is no support to Snow Leopard or Tiger yet. Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac is the alternative for you to merge AVCHD files
into a single file on Mac OS X like 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.5 Leopard and 10.4 Tiger. There is also the Windows version of Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter, making it easy to get rid of OS limitation.
- For editing software or media players that do not support AVCHD files
in .mts or .m2ts format:
You will need to convert AVCHD to supported formats like .wmv or .mp4, .avi while joining AVCHD files into a single file. Aunsoft AVCHD joiner will help you merge MTS/M2TS into MP4 or MOV for editing in Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Studio, Final Cut Express, iMovie, QuickTime Player, Apple TV, iPod Touch, iPad and so on.
Just import the .mts and .m2ts files to AVCHD joiner, and choose the output format. Tick the checkbox for "Merge into one file" and click the bottom-right button to start merging video clips. Below is the screenshot of the AVCHD joiner on Mac OS:
- For media players that
support AVCHD MTS/M2TS:
While Media players like Popcorn Hour, WD TV, HDI Dune support AVCHD video playback, you may want to merge the video clips before playing. The AVCHD joiner will help you merge AVCHD files and get files in .mts or .m2ts file extension.
Just import the AVCHD files and choose HD Video > MPEG-TS HD Video(*.ts) as output format. Tick the checkbox for "Merge into one file", click the start button on the bottom-right corner. After the file is generated, change the file extension from .ts to .m2ts or .mts.