on windows use ffmpeg.exe (you have to get the software first)
-r 20 is the framerate [frames/second]
-ar 44100 is the audio rate [samples/second]
-ab 196 is audio 196kbps
-b 300k is the video bitrate of 300kbps
-aspect 4:3 is the desired aspect ratio
-s 320x240 will scale to E8 screen resolution
-crop use the crop lines to cut of unwanted edges of original video
cool, im using ffmpeg too (in linux).. but I seem to find one problem with my U9, when im using 320x240 vids and I play it on fullscreen the audio & video is desincronized... but playing on normal window its ok...
seems odd... but if I use the videos with another resolution (lets say 280x210) the video plays without problem... Im using this line...