A couple AAC songs from iTunes
You can either drag the files into the window when on the Files tab or click the Add Files button and browse to them directly. Producer will then display a thumbnail of the first frame of movies or a speaker icon for songs, along with the file name and length of time for each file.
Next specify where you want the new files to go. As these files can be quite large, I chose to export to HotSync with a destination of the SD card. Click Convert Files to complete the process. The conversion didn't take long at all, and the newly created files are much smaller in size than the originals. The 1984 commercial was 13.1MB before and 2 MB after; U2's "Mysterious Ways" AAC file was 4.8MB before and 1.5MB after conversion.
The best part about the files is that they are standard .mp4 files that can be played using Kinoma Player on the Treo or any desktop application (i.e. QuickTime) that can play MPEG-4 files.
If you go into the Audio & Video or Layout tabs, there are some advanced options, such as .mov or a proprietary Kinoma Movie format. Normal movie file defaults for the Treo 650 are MPEG-4 format at 15 FPS and 240 kbps bit rate. Normal audio file defaults are AAC Mono at 44.1 kHz with 48 kbps bitrate. You can customize these settings, but I was quite satisfied with the results when i played them on the Treo. A smaller bit rate will generate a smaller file but at a lower quality.
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