[NTLK] Newton "Movie Converter 2013" experience…

Akasaka Ryuunosuke vladkorotnev at gmail.com
Tue May 2 00:34:21 EDT 2017


I have been using it successfully in the past. You need to just size down the video to about 128x128, Animation codec. Also you may want to decrease bit-depth of the video to 1bit per pixel. It also needs to be black and white. 

I was able to convert the whole Touhou "Bad Apple" clip that way (the original Movie Converter was crashing on that ― that's why the 2013 was made :-)

// Ak.R.

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> On 02 May 2017, at 04:48, Sylvain Pilet <pilets at mac.com> wrote:
> 
> Hello all,
> 
> Who tested and used the application "Movie Converter 2013"?
> I tried to convert some videos, but I can not convert video properly. This crashes on my Powerbook as soon as the conversion exceeds 4k to 6k frames. This corresponds to only a few seconds (less than 10 seconds).
> 
> I tried to save the videos (before converting to Movie Converter) in several different formats from QuickTimePro, but that does not seem to make the task easier for Movie Converter. I even modified the size of the videos to have a native format of Newton, but that also does not work.
> 
> Someone to a (good) experience with Movie converter 2013?
> 
> 
> Movie Converter 2013 is available on Unna.org at this address for those who want to try:
> http://www.unna.org/unna/macos/NewtonMovieConverter2013/
> This app only works on MacOS (8/9)…
> 
> 
> Sylvain Pilet
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