MP4

  • Survey: MP4 Is Top Format For Web and Mobile Videos

    Survey: MP4 Is Top Format For Web and Mobile Videos

    When you watch a video on the web or your mobile phone, the odds are pretty good you are using the MP4 video format and the H.264 codec. There are a lot of choices when it comes to video formats. But, MP4 is the top pick for both web and mobile viewing, according to a new survey released this morning by Sorenson Media. 69% of video professionals use MP4 regularly for the web, and 58% use it… Read More

  • Thanko MP4-Playing Watch: Does a Lot, But Looks Awful

    Thanko MP4-Playing Watch: Does a Lot, But Looks Awful

    Thanko has produced what could be the ugliest watch I’ve ever seen, but I’ll defer to the experts on that point. All that we here at CG care about is that the watch, the MP4 Watch, comes in both 2GB and 4GB flavors and plays back most popular digital media file formats like MP3, JPG and, presumably, MP4 video. The watch also records audio. It actually does quite a bit and, putting my… Read More

  • Yoto's MP4: I Want One!

    Yoto, not to be confused with Yoko, is launching it’s 1GB mp4 player, the V200, in China with a ginormous 2.4-inch QVGA display wrapped in metal with all buttons and ports placed along the side so you can enjoy all that Pr()n on the train to work. Why is it that we here in the States just get screwed when it comes to gadgets like this? Granted there may be better players we can get but for a… Read More

  • Brando MP4 Watch

    Brando MP4 Watch

    This big and clunky watch from Brando is actually capable of playing MP3s and WMV or MP4 video. It has 1GB of on-board memory and a 128 x 128 pixel screen capable of displaying 65k colors. There is also a built in mic for voice recording. I can’t wear watches because they make me feel claustrophobic (the world is closing in!—on my wrist), but if you’re in the market for a cheap… Read More

  • Anlong MP4 Video Watch

    We’re unhealthily in love with watches here at CrunchGear, especially ones that can do things a bit more complicated than tell time. In this case, the MP4 watch from Shenzhen Adragon Digitek Co. Ltd. (gotta catch them all!). The watch, like its name implies, can play back MP4 videos and has a water-proof case. There’s also a microphone port, line-in, USB 2.0 compatibility, and a 9 hour… Read More