RMVB Files: Trouble Converting to MP4

02-04-2008 08:56 AM
Sunster
2 posts

I have several RMVB videos I am trying to convert to MP4.

When I checked to what they are encoded in using Xilisoft Video Converter, it tells me they are in encoded in RM40.

I have RealPlayer installed (the newest version), and when I try to convert it, the outcome is mixed depending on the program I use.

Xilisoft will not convert them at all, It will try to, then 10 min later it says “fail”.

Free Video to Ipod Converter gives me a long error with lots of zeros.

AVS MP4 Video Converter flat out crashes when I try to load the video, but if I one of the others I have it will convert without the sound.

and Jodix MP4 Video Converter will convert it but won’t carry over any sound.

I should mention that Xilisoft Video Converter USED to work with a few of the videos, but now it doesnt work with any.

Also, I reformatted my computer restoring my computer to factory status, intalling the same programs stated above, and still, exact same problem.

I do not have any program that can tell me the audio codec, and I am not sure that the problem I am experiencing is even codec related.

If I am doing something wrong could someone please tell me what it is? I have put dozens of hours into trying to find a program that works, and even more testing to find out that it doesnt! reply

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02-04-2008 09:06 AM
Sunster
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It might be helpful to note that Im running Windows Vista 64 bit, and that the videos that don’t seem to convert play fine in Real Player. reply

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02-26-2010 04:55 PM
oldwiseblack

im using same program as you and can you test this as well try converting a file to rmvb?

i can convert it to that format in xilisoft but xilisoft will not let me imput it into itself even a file it has made itself reply

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04-08-2010 01:35 PM
Enrique

I’m ussing prism for my convertions ,and it’s working really good ,the only thing is I don’t know if they have a windows version,because I work with mac.
I hoppe this help you guys reply

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07-07-2010 06:05 AM
rhett1111

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05-11-2012 09:28 PM
Danrley

Our company malniy engaged in HDD Media player.Currently have developed out 3.5 SATA IDE RMVB player.Pls enter into our website for detailed informations.www.foretoon.com reply

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08-11-2013 10:39 PM
monica66
46 posts

You can have a try to use Brorsoft Video Converter. I have used it for almost one year and it works well for me. I can recognize various common videos, such as MTS, MXF, AVI, MP4,MOV, FLV and so on. Good Luck! reply

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