Motorola Droid finally rooted! The Motorola Droid is the first Android 2.0 with a superb high-resolution screen, a slim shape, a physical qwerty keyboard and Google’s latest build of Android (the operating system). The web is richer. Photos are sharper. Videos pop. It has the most advanced browser with a blazing-fast cessor and 3G speed for faster search. It has the world’s thinnest QWERTY slider at 13.7mm. It can help you navigate turn-by-turn. It has a 5MP camera with a flash, plus loads of great camera features and a DVD-quality recorder to capture all the richer, bigger, wider experiences you’re going to have.
Motorola Droid is coming with the built-in media player that supports AAC, H.263, H.264, MP3, MPEG-4, WAV, WMA, eAAC+, OGG, AMR WB, AMR NB, AAC+, MIDI. Unfortunately, there is no syncing software to help you manage and transfer your music. As it is right now, you have to use the old drag-and-drop method using the USB cable or sideload them using a microSD card.
Of course, you can also download songs via the Amazon MP3 store. The store allows you to browse by album, song, artist, or genre.You can download the DRM-free songs over Wi-Fi as well as Verizon’s 3G network, though the Droid advises you switch to Wi-Fi when possible since it’s faster.
The bad is, Motorola Droid is not capable to run and read your DVD disc. And, for videos, even it supports MP4, AVI is still the main stream of video container right now. Then, what can you do if you already have a collection of digital video content in AVI, MKV MOV, MOD, M2TS, etc, or on DVD disc, and you are eager to watch them on your lovely Motorola Droid?
Below, I will demonstrate how to convert videos to Motorola Droid. Software you will need
Since Motorola Droid is not compatible to read AVI, WMV, MPEG-2, etc, here we will need a 3rd software to assist us to convert video format. Among those video converters, I would like to take Full Video Converter for its forward-straight GUI and full functionalities. only with Full Video Converter we can easily finish the DVD conversion and video conversion for Motorola Droid. You can follow this link to download Full Video Converter for a trial.
1. Add files
Click Add File(s) button on the toolbar, select video or audio files you want to convert in the dialog box that opens, and add them to the file list.
2. Select output format
Choose one or more files in the file list, and open Profile drop-down list on the left, then select an output format As “Android”, Then you can open Profile drop-down list on the right to select profile of “Motorola Droid”
Tip: To adjust the output settings, click Edit button next to Profile drop-down list, and set the parameters of output format in the Conversion Setting dialog box that opens.
3. Set output folder
Click Browse button in setting panel, select a destination folder in the dialog box that opens, and click OK.
Tip:Before start to convert video, you can clip video segment, crop area size, add effects, and create video watermark to colorize your output file.
4. You can click the Edit’s Buttons to edit the video to what you like.
5. Convert file
After finishing the above settings, check the files needed to convert in the file list, and click Convert Checked Item(s) button on the toolbar to start converting the files. You can view the conversion progress from the progress bar at the bottom of the window.
Tip: You can click Pause Checked Item(s) button to pause the converting process and Stop Checked Item(s) button to cancel the process as required.
Finally, We recommoned that using Full Video Converter to convert video.
It’s just so easy to convert DVD, video to Motorola Droid with Full Video Converter . Now, release yourself to the digital world with your lovely Motorola Phone!
This 720p HD video was shot with a Motorola DROID X for Verizon Wireless. Be aware that it was shot from a moving car, and as such there’s obviously going to be some camera shake, but you should still be able to tell what kind of quality you could expect from the DROID X’s camer by watching this. More info: www.mobileburn.com
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