DivX 1080 High Definition (Video Convertin) - Windows 7 (ATI RadeOn HD 5770 Series

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  1. anon3498458

    anon3498458 MDL Novice

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    Hello Everyone (Me Again :D)

    Does Anyone Know how to convert a Video from a Nokia 5230 and turn it into a 1080p HD Video ??

    Everytime i tried with DivX for Windows (6.8 - NOW 8.2.3)

    EVerytime the converter for DivX just makes it a SERIOUSLY Crap Stretched Quality Video :mad::mad::mad::mad:

    WHAT MUST I DO ??

    i bought the Grahpics Card from a Internet Cafe that had their first ALL Weekender LAN Partyy.

    ATI RadeON 5770 HD Series ( 1 Gigabyte ) 128 Bit DDR5

    My Motherboard : MSI DKA 790 GX Platinum ( LATEST BIOS 28th October 2010 )

    AMD Quad Core 3 Gigahertz ( Athlon II )
    Installed Memory : 6 Gigs RAM DDR2

    Windows 7 Home Premium with Service Pack 1 x64 (14 July 2009)
     
  2. maxb2000

    maxb2000 MDL Member

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    If the phone recoreded at 600 x 480 you cannot make 1920 x 1080.
     
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  3. HALIKUS

    HALIKUS MDL Addicted

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    ...without it looking like crap. Its like if you download a thumbnail and set it as your desktop background. Its possible, but won't look nearly as good as keeping it in its native resolution.
     
  4. anarchist9027

    anarchist9027 MDL Expert

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    You can't convert a convert a lower resolution video to a higher res one, it doesn't work like that. If you were wanting to do 1080p to a lower resolution, you'd be set.
     
  5. HALIKUS

    HALIKUS MDL Addicted

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    #5 HALIKUS, Oct 9, 2012
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    100% wrong.

    I for instance took the deleted extras from the Natural Born Killers DVD that were 480i VOBs and converted them to 1080p m2ts and edited them into the film as a 1080p file. You just have to worry about aspect ratios, interlacing and the fact you are zooming in on the image. Its entirely possible, just not advised. In my case it was a 2 hour film @1080p that i put in 25 minutes of upconverted footage, so i wanted it to be 1080p. In the case of the OP, he should keep the native resolution. There is no real need to bump up the resolution as it would actually look worse than keeping the original resolution.

    OP, if you still really want to try it, use a freeware program like Ripbot as a starting point.