1. gutcheck's Avatar
    I would like to know 1) how many frames/second the iphone records video at, and 2) more importantly, does anybody have experience with converting the iPhones MPEG4 to AVI? I downloaded a couple of converters in CNET and they only seem to convert the audio, not the video. Trying to put together a presentation for our business.

    Thanks in advance!
    08-25-2010 07:55 PM
  2. ghostface147's Avatar
    You can use handbrake for your video/audio needs and as far as frame per seconds, up to 30. If handbrake is a program you tried and it didn't work for you, you didn't do it right.
    08-25-2010 08:21 PM
  3. Muero's Avatar
    iPhone 4 HD video to AVI is certainly possible, but I'm afraid I only know a somewhat complicated way of doing it (it's not really all that difficult, but requires a little literacy in computer and video terms). If you Google "MOV to AVI" several software options pop up, but they're mostly paid software and may have trouble with H.264 HD video. I used a combination of YAMB (to get the audio and video out of the MOV container) and MeGUI (to encode the audio to XviD, encode the audio to MP3, and mux them together into an AVI file), both of which are free software downloads. Here's a little AVI video of a mule deer jumping in the Grand Canyon (attached at bottom). It took me like 2 minutes to convert from MOV to AVI. If you want lots of information about encoding videos, I recommend that you visit the forums at Doom9's Forum. You can learn literally ANYTHING about video encoding there. Searching those forums is a great tool. Maybe someone else knows of a super simple free program to use, or I can try to help if you want any more information.
    09-01-2010 06:19 PM
  4. aiden#IM's Avatar
    Great post

    10-26-2010 03:32 AM