Archos 404 Camcorder Firmware 1.6.53 Publisher's description
Archos 404 Camcorder Firmware 1.6.53
- Video Player: Add support for subtitles files: .srt, .sub, .smi, .ssa
- Video Player: Play subsequent VOB files together as one file
- Audio Player: Add support for PNG and BMP album arts
- Sound: Improved SPDIF compatibility
- Sound: Fix sometimes audio/video is not sync in SPDIF
- Sound: Fix drop-outs between tracks in SPDIF
- Sound: Fix for first 200ms lost when starting to play audio or video
- Video Player: Fixed issues with some AVI files
- Video Player: Fixed issues with some MP4 files
- Video Player: Fixed issues with files encoded using FairUse
- Audio Player: Fixed issues with some M4A files
- Video Recording: Fix sometimes the video is recorded at double speed
- System: Fix USB compatibility with XBOX360
- System: Fix crash when reading thumbnail files generated by an Archos Gen5 device
The ARCHOS 404 camcorder is the perfect companion for people on the move who want to film and watch their own personal videos, enjoy music and photos on the move!
Record your own videos in standard MPEG-4 format in VGA resolution (640 x 480) with the integrated camcorder and upload to blog sites.
Take photos up to 1,3 megapixel resolution: easy for storing and sharing the best moments of your vacations, sports and family events.
Its 30 GB* hard drive capacity allows you to store up to 40 movies5 encoded with a PC. Play them on the built-in 3.5" LCD color screen or playback on TV in high resolution up to 720 x 576 (DVD quality) with the DVR station. Play a large variety of video files, including MPEG-41, WMV2 and protected WMV2 and read MPEG-4 AAC/H.2643 (.MP4 QuickTime files), MPEG-24, and VOB4 with optional software plug-ins (available on this website). The ARCHOS 404 camcorder also offers many more functionalities such as slow motion, adjustable screen size, video editing and even a video bookmarking function.
Record TV or external video sources
Transform your ARCHOS 404 camcorder into a Digital Video Recorder with the optional DVR station. Record TV or most video sources such as satellite/cable box, VCR, DVD player6 or camcorder in MPEG-4 format1. Set up the DVR station by connecting it to the external video source; simply slot in your ARCHOS and record instantaneously or make scheduled recordings with the included infrared receiver that controls the external video sources.
Transfer your photos from a PC or most mass storage devices via the USB 2.0 high speed interface or directly from a digital camera, on the move with the optional docking adapter, or at home with the DVR station. Store and view up to 300,000 photos5 (JPEG, PNG and BMP formats) and display slideshows with music and transition effect. Manage your files and folders directly on the device for a better mobility.
Store up to 15,000 songs5 on the hard drive and play most popular music files such as MP3, WAV, WMA and protected WMA files. Easily organize songs with the enhanced ARCLibrary and customize your view by artist, album, type of music, title, year, and create your playlists without having to use a computer. Use the voice recorder to store notes quickly for a later use.
Charge and sync
Charge your ARCHOS 404 camcorder via the USB 2.0 interface or plug the device into the DVR station to get a quick charge (faster than USB). Purchase, download, subscribe to or rent protected video and music content from the Microsoft PlaysForSure??? websites. Using the high-speed USB 2.0 interface, the ARCHOS 404 camcorder will easily auto-synchronize this content with Windows Media Player 10 each time you connect it to your PC, or convert your Windows Media Player 10 library content to one of the many compatible formats (MP3, WMA, WAV, protected WMA, MPEG-41, WMV2 and protected Windows Media Video2).
It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.
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