This guide is mainly about how to rip DVD and convert incompatible video to Dell Streak. First, you should know what video formats the Streak supports.
Compatible Dell Streak Video Formats (testing)
The Streak's supposed to support H.263/H.264, 3GP,
MPEG4, and WMV videos. Like our prototype, the Dell Streak played our MP4V-encoded 480p and 720p video clips (up to 7.4Mbps bit rate) without a hitch, although for some reason it wouldn't open full-length films that were encoded
the same way, even at 3Mbps and lower. More disappointingly, we had no luck with any of our H.264 clips despite the bit rate limited to 3.2Mbps, so we do wonder if this codec's supported at all -- maybe Archos can lend Dell a hand? On a brighter note, our
WMV clips -- both VGA and 720p -- came out as good as the MP4V videos. Last but not least,
YouTube videos looks great on the five-inch screen, but we've noticed a bug: if you have music playing in the background, the YouTube app simply plays video over the music rather than pausing it (like the Nexus One and Desire do). We're certain
that Dell's team of talents can easily fix this (and we certainly hope that they're reading this).
Because DVD has CSS copyright protection, we need a program to decrypt and rip DVD to Dell Steak. The tool we use is
Video Converter Pro, it offers two features: Rip DVD to Dell Streak and
Convert Video to Dell S
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