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What's the best converter to use to convert WMV to MP4 on Android and what are the parameters (dpi, fps etc...)? I tried the Wondershare converter but when the output was streamed in the app only the audio played.

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See if this helps.

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Thanks for the link. I downloaded WinFF, converted the video and my nexus one played the result. – Tori Mar 10 '11 at 16:40
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Answers that are primarily links to other sites are not helpful. What happens when the link changes or goes away? The answer becomes completely useless. – Al E. Mar 11 '11 at 14:44

An alternative to converting WMVs to a format that the stock video player recognizes is to install a video player that can handle it, such as Mobo Player or arcMedia

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I really don't know what the "best" means. You can find a great one, but you cannot say it is the best one forever.And I just want to suggest you the following two converters which I think is very great.

Free: Freemake video converter

Paid: Leawo Video Converter

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