Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by akhan5916, Jan 22, 2008.
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I heard something about CorePlayer is being developed for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
xdiv/divx are obsolete codec!! h264 its far the best codec, and touch support this in baseline profile and level 3.0. So h264 for ipod give best results -> More IQ, less size.
its not really a matter of obsolescence so much as the fact that 95 percent of the (free) movies available for download on the internet are divx.
Change the title, srsly.
And yah you can easily find many movies online in divx format but not in h264.
its true, but those 95% dont said that divx arent obsolete. In the same line, mp3 and AAC. AAC are far better than mp3, but the most of all audio content are in mp3. why? Please Register or Log in to view images
if you want the best quality, AAC and h264 are the best options. For example, coding all your media library from mp3 to mp4 can save you a lot GB. The same for the movies. All my movies are now in h264 and music in aac, I dont download never any divx/xdiv content, poor IQ, only h264 or MPEG2 content.
Sorry my bad english.
I use isquint to convert divx to something iTunes understands. Anyone who wastes their time with h.264 on an iPod has amazing eyesight!
You so full of crap! Divx is far from obsolete. Divx also does HD. Just take a look @ http://www.stage6.com/ . As far as audio AAC is fine I guess, but if you knew what you where talking about, you would know flac is one of the best if not the best. It is lossless.
You sound like an Apple fanboy.
I agree that AAC is a better format than MP3, but I am NOT converting all of my music over to it..... I want to be able to use my music on a ton of stuff (Wifi mp3 player, Ipods, phone, car pc) and the apps I use don't have AAC support Please Register or Log in to view images
And on topic, CorePlayer looks VERY promising. $30 for it when it comes out.
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