So here's the story. I have digital photo frame made by www.sungale.com The model is MW12Z. The company provides no support. It holds 2004 pictures. I want to work around this pic limit by creating a video of JPG stills. So I used Vdub to open a bunch and save them as uncompressed .avi
Problem is, I can't seem to find format that works with this frame. The frame is 800x480. This is what the manual says about video support.
I tried making a 800x480 .avi with Picvideo MPJPEG codec and frame rate set to 0.1 in vdub so 1 pic every 10 seconds. The frame said unsupported codec. I also tried a 800x480 MPG-1 made in TMPGENC. no luck.
What's your interpretation of this?
i.e., do you think I should try 720x480? or MP4 container? or other codec? I see in SUPER that there's all kinds of different combos... any suggestions? thanks!
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D1 is either 720x480 (NTSC) or 720x576 (PAL). MPEG-4 is as vague as it can be (so is AVI for that matter, but at least we know what that means 99% of the time). MPEG-4 may mean Divx/Xvid video in an MPEG-4 container. I'm not sure what kind of audio it supports. Anyway, 800x480 is too big. Try 720x480 or lower. I don't mess with MP4 containers much and don't make them by choice, so my suggestion would be to try standard AVI with Divx/Xvid.