1. iqpreay's Avatar
    I am was sending some media's in my mobile phone but i was not able to do?
    why?
    it took more than 30 minutes just to have 8% for 338mb file!
    a movie
    can anybody tell me the supported media codecs for wp7 mango
    video:....
    music:....
    Last edited by iqpreay; 10-09-2011 at 06:38 AM.
    10-09-2011 06:05 AM
  2. TheWeeBear's Avatar
    I am was sending some media's in my mobile phone but i was not able to do?
    why?
    it took more than 30 minutes for 338mb file!
    a movie
    can anybody tell me the supported media codecs for wp7 mango
    video:....
    music:....
    The official list iqpreay...

    Supported Media Codecs for Windows Phone
    10-09-2011 06:10 AM
  3. gerrymad's Avatar
    Were you copying the file using USB or were you trying to mail it? The codec does not materially impact transfer time. Something else must be happening to make the transfer so slow.
    10-09-2011 08:31 AM
  4. palandri's Avatar
    I've bought a copy of movies on Amazon. You get an option for mobile files. When you transfer a whole movie to your phone it takes a while.
    10-09-2011 09:05 AM
  5. TheWeeBear's Avatar
    338 MB is a large file to email, it would even take a while on the standard desktop broadband for me, never mind over G3.

    Just saying. :)
    10-09-2011 09:08 AM
  6. iqpreay's Avatar
    Nope!
    I was not gonna e-mail that video?
    I was just transferring to my mobile phone!
    10-09-2011 10:27 AM
  7. TheWeeBear's Avatar
    Just converted a 400 MB TV recording via Zune to my phone and it took 16 minutes to completion.

    Guess it depends on the rip / recording formats, and your CPU. :)
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    10-09-2011 10:41 AM
  8. tiny's Avatar
    Just converted a 400 MB TV recording via Zune to my phone and it took 16 minutes to completion.

    Guess it depends on the rip / recording formats, and your CPU. :)
    This. Some files have to be converted (which I assume the OP understands this and was just trying to understand which ones it would convert), but the speed at which these files convert is based on a number of variables. The same video in two different video formats could takes vastly different amounts of time to convert because some wrappers convert to others better.

    Once the file is converted, then it should transfer at a rate of 20mb - 50mp a second, again depending on a number of factors.
    10-09-2011 11:04 AM
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