I checked the video that I had on my Nook. It still works fine. Not sure what changed on yours. Mine is all h.264 MP4 video with Stereo sound.
they are h.264 the codec shows as avc1qt : Apple QuickTime (.MOV/QT)File Type: QuickTime (.MOV)Mime Type: video/quicktimeRecommended Display Size: 318 x 240
Supported File Types****
Load these popular formats for eBooks, graphics, audio, and other file types from your computer or microSD card.
- EPUB (including Non or Adobe DRM)
- Other documents: XLS, DOC, PPT, PPS, TXT, DOCM, XLSM, PPTM, PPSX, PPSM, DOCX, XLX, PPTX
- Graphics: JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP
- Audio: MP3, MP4, AAC
- Video: MP4
Not Supported: LIT, AMZ (Amazon), LRZ/LRX (Sony)
When I first got my NC( before 1.2 Update) I tried to copy movies from itunes that I had purchased and they would not play. I had to copy my DVD's with mactheripper and then used handbrake to convert the files to the MP4 format needed. The DVD quality was lost of course but the picture and sound was great for a handheld devise.
Now with the 1.2 Update my movie files lag, just ever so slightly and the picture is more pixilated. This is quite frustrating. I ranted and raved about how great it is to just pull the NC out and have my kids watch a bit of a movie to keep them occupied for a moment.
I hope there are techies reading these forums and working out the bugs. Or let us know the best way to have our videos top notch again.
Same problem. I have about 6GB of videos that all played before 1.2. Now all of them say Video Cannot be Played. They are M4V format, which is MP4 without the sound. (They are in sign language.) VERY FRUSTRATING. I probably can convert them, but I have over a 100 videos to convert.
You must be using them for preaching and deaf canvassing. ;-)
I think DVD Catalyst can do batch conversions.