Convert OGV to iPhone
The iPhone does not play any video formats but H.264 and MPEG-4 video in special
specification. You need to convert your OGV file to iPhone compatible format
before syncing to iPhone.
OGV to iPhone Converter Software converts OGV to iPhone
compatible video format as easy as 1-2-3. The output video file is also compatible
with other Apple products such as iPod, iPad, etc. The software also supports
popular formats and portable devices such as M4V, CAF (Core Audio Format), SPX (Speex), VCD, DivX, TIFF image sequence, M4B (MPEG-4 audiobook), etc.
The software could convert FLV to PPM image sequence, MPEG to Windows Phone, 3G2 to MP2, MP4 to iPad, WMV to SWF,
and so on.
OGV to iPhone Converter Software supports batch conversion and, is compatible with
What is OGV?
The OGV file format is the container format for the Theora video compression
format, and the Vorbis audio format. It is an open source container format
supported by many open source video players. However there are currently
no Theora decoder chips in production, and portable media players, smartphones
and similar devices with limited computing power rely on such chips to
provide efficient playback. Theora supports intra-coded frames and forward-predictive
frames, but not bi-predictive frames which are found in H.264 and VC-1.
Further work on adaptive quantization, as well as overall detailed subjective
tuning of the codec, is still to come. However since decoding Theora is
less CPU intensive than decoding H.264, the need for hardware acceleration
may be somewhat obviated. The Theora I Specification was completely published
in 2004. Any later changes in the specification are minor updates. A flaw
in the version of FFmpeg used in the test initially led to incorrect reports
of Theora PSNR surpassing that of H.264. Theora scales from postage stamp
to HD resolution, and is considered particularly competitive at low bitrates.
It is in the same class as MPEG-4/DiVX, and like the Vorbis audio codec
it has lots of room for improvement as encoder technology develops. The
file format OGV stands for "OGG Vorbis Video." Theora is an open
and royalty-free lossy video compression technology being developed by
the Xiph.Org Foundation as part of their Ogg project. Based upon On2 Technologies'
VP3 codec, Theora competes with MPEG-4, WMV, and similar low-bitrate video
compression schemes. VP3.1 was introduced in May 2000 and followed three
months later by the VP3.2 release, which is the basis for Theora.
What is iPhone?
iPhone is a smartphone made by Apple that combines an iPod, a tablet PC,
a digital camera and a cellular phone. The device includes Internet browsing
and networking capabilities. Like the iPod, the iPhone is managed from
a computer using iTunes. The earliest versions of the OS required version
7.3 or later, which is compatible with Mac OS X version 10.3.9 Panther
or later, and 32-bit Windows XP or Vista. The release of iTunes 7.6 expanded
this support to include 64-bit versions of XP and Vista, and a workaround
has been discovered for previous 64-bit Windows operating systems. While
iPhone was released under an exclusive two-year partnership with AT&T Wireless,
it took less than three months for hackers working in concert worldwide
to unlock the device for use on any GSM network, though the process involved
a level of technical sophistication well beyond the consumer level. The
interface is based around the home screen, a graphical list of available
applications. iPhone applications normally run one at a time (not including
iOS 4 and iOS 5, which includes running applications in the background),
although most functionality is still available when making a call or listening
to music. The home screen can be accessed at any time by a hardware button
below the screen, closing the open application in the process. Development
of what was to become the iPhone began in 2004, when Apple started to gather
a team of 1000 employees to work on the highly confidential "Project
Purple". Apple CEO Steve Jobs steered the original focus away from
a tablet, like the iPad, and towards a phone. Apple created the device
during a secretive collaboration with AT&T Mobility-Cingular Wireless at
the time-at an estimated development cost of US$150 million over thirty
How to Convert OGV to iPhone?
- Free Download OGV to iPhone Conversion
- Install the Program by Step-by-step Instructions
- Launch OGV to iPhone Software
- Choose OGV Files
Click "Add Files" to choose OGV files.
Choose one or more OGV files you want to convert and then click Open.
OGV to iPhone Software will open OGV files and get file information
of the file such as width, height, frame rate, video bit rate, audio sample rate,
audio bit rate, audio channels, and then display the information of OGV file
at conversion list.
- Choose Output Format
Click on combo-box of output format and then choose "to iPhone".
- [Optional, for advanced user]
Set iPhone Encoding Parameters
If you want to change iPhone encoding parameters such as video codec, bit rate,
frame rate, video size, aspect ratio, audio codec, and so on, please click "Options".
And then, switch to tab "Video & Audio" and choose "iPhone"
at "Output Format", and then set options for video and audio
The iPhone supports H.264 and MPEG-4 codec for video. Video size could be either
320x240, 480x320, 640x480, 720x480, 720x576, 960x540, 1024x576, or 1280x720. You
can also customize video size manually.
- Convert OGV to iPhone
Click "Convert" to convert all OGV files in list to iPhone format.
The software is converting OGV files to iPhone.
- Play and Browse iPhone Video File
When conversion completes, you can right-click converted item and choose "Play
Destination" to play the outputted iPhone video file; or choose "Browse
Destination Folder" to open Windows Explorer to browse the outputted iPhone
OGV to iPhone Software is 100% clean and safe to
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