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I like to catch up on TV shows/movies etc. while I commute by watching them on my BlackBerry, and I was wondering what the best way to convert AVI/MOV files for viewing on this device might be.

I've been using the BlackBerry Video Converter (http://www.seabyrdtech.com/bbvideo) and it works ok except that the audio playback gets out of sync with the video over a long file.

Is there anything better (windows or Linux x86)?

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Please add your OS and what file format BlackBerry uses –  Ivo Flipse Jul 29 '09 at 8:13

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Any Video Converter Freeware

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Free Video Converter with more than 4,800,000 happy users!

Any Video Converter Freeware- the Free Video Converter - is the most renowned free video converter for converting video files between various formats, with fast converting speed and excellent video quality. This powerful free video converter application makes video conversion quick and easy.

Any Video Converter features include:

  • User-friendly interface that is easy to use.
  • Converts all video formats to Apple iPod Video, Sony PSP and more
  • Batch convert any video formats including avi, wmv, asf, mpg, mp4, etc.
  • Support DivX and Xvid avi format as importing and exporting video
  • Support default video/audio settings or user customized parameters for video and audio.
  • Has the option to preview the video in real-time before conversion .
  • World's fastest video conversion speed with stunning video and audio quality.
  • Supports adjust many video/audio options for MP4 files. For example, video/audio sample rate, bit rate, video size..

Input formats: avi, asf, mov, rm, rmvb, flv, mkv, mpg, 3gp, m4v, vob, YouTube videos and more

Output formats: avi, mp4, wmv, flv, MPEG-1 and MPEG-2, mpg (PAL or NTSC), mp3, wma, ogg, aac

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Any problems or drawbacks with this product? –  random Jul 29 '09 at 8:37
    
I can look for some ;-) But I don't have anything to convert, so can't go try it out myself –  Ivo Flipse Jul 29 '09 at 9:03
    
It will nag if you want to upgrade after converting, but the conversion process is so dead easy, that you shouldn't bother about the notification –  Ivo Flipse Jul 29 '09 at 9:04
    
AVC seems to do the trick for me so far. It even has instructions specific to my model Blackberry: any-video-converter.com/… –  AndrewR Jul 29 '09 at 12:14
    
Lol accepted with zero upvotes, glad it works anyway! –  Ivo Flipse Jul 29 '09 at 12:20

SUPER (Simplified Universal Player Encoder & Renderer).

Some times I use Any Video Converter (free version)

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