Kinoma Producer 4 is the easiest way to get your video off your computer and onto your Centro and Treo smartphone, Palm handheld, Sony PlayStation Portable, or Apple iPod. Dozens of built-in encoding presets optimize your video to deliver the smallest file size and best playback quality.
I’d like that “to go”
Kinoma Producer 4 converts the audio and video files on your computer into the optimal format for playback on your mobile media player. Now you really can take all that video on your computer with you.
Most video conversion software expects you to be an expert in audio and video compression. Not Kinoma Producer 4. With built in support for over 40 devices, including Treo smartphones, the Apple video iPod, and the PlayStation Portable, just tell Kinoma Producer 4 which device you have, and it takes care of all the rest. You’ll get great looking results every time.
Convert and go
Kinoma Producer 4 works together with Kinoma Player 4 EX, to streamline the process of getting digital media onto your Palm handheld. Convenient batch encoding lets you convert several videos at once. Once encoding is complete, Kinoma Producer 4 can automatically transfer the result to a memory card or directly to your Palm handheld using HotSync. When you run Kinoma Player 4 EX, the new video automatically appears in the media browser, ready to play right away.
Kinoma Producer 4 doesn’t require you to be an expert in audio and video compression, but if you are go ahead and fine tune the encoding settings. Choose between MPEG-4 and Windows Media 9 file formats, select audio and video codecs, adjust the bit rates, video frame rate, video frame size, audio sample rate, and more – to get just the result you want. And once you’ve found the perfect settings, save it as a custom preset so you easily use it again and again.
Bring it on
Kinoma Producer 4 converts from a wide range of popular digital media file formats including MPEG-1. MPEG-4, MP3, QuickTime, 3GPP, 3GPP-2, DivX, AVI, WAVE, AIFF, and AU; and on Windows it can also convert MPEG-2, Windows Media, and MS-DVR files. And because Kinoma Producer 4 supports QuickTime and DirectShow (on Windows only) you can convert many other file format supported by these widely used media architectures.
Pack it in
Kinoma Producer 4 has the latest media compression technologies including MPEG-4 video, H.264 (AVC) video, AAC audio, and Windows Media 9. All that technology means you’ll get great looking video and great sounding audio in a smaller file than ever before – and that means you can pack even more video into your Palm handheld, Treo smartphones, Sony Playstation Portable, or Apple video iPod.
Stream it out
Use Kinoma Producer 4 to make your own streaming media for playback with Kinoma Player 4 EX. With built-in presets for most major networks — EVDO, EDGE and GPRS — just choose your target network and Kinoma Producer 4 will optimize your video for streaming delivery. The compressed files can be hosted on an ordinary web server, no special streaming video server is required.
If you’ve got a Sony PlayStation Portable or an Apple video iPod, Kinoma Producer 4 can optimize your video for playback there too. Using the simple encoding presets and powerful H.264 (AVC) video compression, you’ll get results every time. And Kinoma Producer 4 also encodes to the Windows Media 9 format for Windows Mobile devices including the Treo 700w and Treo 750.
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Supported operating systems:
Palm OS 3.x, Palm OS 4.x, Palm OS 5.x
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