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Woodmann
March 10th, 2008, 22:16
Recon 2008


WHAT

RECON is a computer security conference being held in Montreal. The conference offers a single track of presentations over the span of three days. RECON also offers a variety of technical training courses that will take place both before and after the conference dates.
WHEN

Conference: 13-15 June 2008
Trainings: 10-12 June 2008, 16-18 June 2008.
WHERE

Recon will be held in Montreal, Canada. Exact location will be confirmed shortly.
Registration

Training and Conference registrations will open shortly.

CrackZ
March 11th, 2008, 05:55
So who's going then? ;-).

Have to say I'd been threatening to go myself but I'm not sure "dynamic 15 minute sessions with whiteboards" really appeals to me.

Regards,

CrackZ.

Silver
March 11th, 2008, 10:13
They've really got to give more advance warning of this. 2 1/2 months is not enough for those of us who need to block out entire days for travelling

Woodmann
March 11th, 2008, 17:53
Howdy,

I have to see what will be presented before I make a decision.

Then again if my "father" is attending, I will be spending the time partaking
in many "pints" .

Woodmann

TiGa
March 12th, 2008, 14:44
I'm working on a paper to submit.

Nothing extraordinary but with some luck, it should be enough to get me in.

If not, I'll be there for the drinking at least.

TiGa

disavowed
March 14th, 2008, 14:53
I went to the last 2 conferences (not including last year's non-conference) and I'd have to say that they're definitely worth going to. I'm going to do my best to make it out there again this year. I just hope it's in a nicer hotel this time

Woodmann
March 14th, 2008, 17:15
Perhaps a motel would make you happy

Woodmann

disavowed
March 15th, 2008, 04:38
only if they have one of those vibrating beds :P

Shub-nigurrath
March 15th, 2008, 05:23
Canada, damn, hope will be one day on the other side of sea.

wtbw
March 16th, 2008, 05:44
I'll almost certainly be there (again) as well

owl
March 17th, 2008, 08:34
I am planning to be there, as long as life doesn't get in the way. I thought it was time to check it out. Do you guys organized any forum get together or the like while down there?

Woodmann
March 17th, 2008, 17:57
Howdy,

We usually hang out and have some beers.

Woodmann

[yAtEs]
March 18th, 2008, 03:33
Im planning to go, but not 100% sure yet, depends on costs.

WaxfordSqueers
March 18th, 2008, 10:23
Quote:
[Originally Posted by Woodmann;73418]Howdy, We usually hang out and have some beers. Woodmann
would 'some beers' be glasses, pints or pails?

A few tips for Montreal:

1)good line: 'vien voir mon bain tourbillon' (vee-en vwar mon bane tur-bi -on) - loose translation - come see my hot tub.

2)St. Denis and Sherbrooke Streets - good little pub district

3)Crescent Street, off St.Catherine's, used to be good.

4)take along a heavy duty marker pen and change all the French-only signs to English.

TiGa
March 18th, 2008, 16:57
Quote:
4)take along a heavy duty marker pen and change all the French-only signs to English.

Extra Tip:
5)If you get your ass kicked by the locals for seemingly no reasons beside insulting their language and their cultural identity, remember #4.

I'm pretty sure that changing the names to Chinese or Russian would be much less offensive.
The French-English colonial war is not over yet.

TiGa

Woodmann
March 18th, 2008, 21:27
Howdy,

I would love to hang out with you's.
I can drive there but with the price of gas I could probably fly cheaper .

Woodmann

WaxfordSqueers
March 18th, 2008, 21:44
Quote:
[Originally Posted by TiGa;73452]Extra Tip:5)If you get your ass kicked by the locals for seemingly no reasons beside insulting their language and their cultural identity, remember #4.TiGa
I've hung around with Quebecois who have a good sense of humour and can't understand what the language and cultural stuff is about. There are a few soreheads who can't get over the Plains of Abraham, after which they were allowed to keep their language and culture.

I'm from the other coast, the 'wet' coast, and we have French rammed up our butts, even though there's no more than 1000 French speaking people in our province. We don't whine about that until we drive into Quebec and find it's illegal to post signs in English. We have no interest in brawling with certain Quebecois over that, even though French-only signs are against Federal Law. So a few French signs overwritten with English should be taken not only as humour, but as equalization.

I know what your saying, however. I've had locals in Montreal refuse to speak to me in English, even though they are quite capable. I'd like to think they are in the minority. I've met too many decent, open-hearted people in Montreal to think otherwise. That's partly what makes Montreal such a great place to visit.

Woodmann
March 18th, 2008, 22:19
Let me just "nip this in the bud" right here.

The Province of Quebec is a predominatly French speaking Province.
(French, meaning Canadien French, not France type French).

While you are free to take "pokes" at each other, I dont need an international language war. It only makes things worse.

Be respectful of the people in Montreal and we shall all have a good time.

Now, lets focus on beers and RCE stuff. But mostly beers .

Woodmann

TiGa
March 19th, 2008, 16:44
I know that it was only a joke.
I'm a French-Canadian from Montreal so that's why I see things differently.

Like Woodmann said, if you go elsewhere in the province of Quebec beside Montreal, the English-speaking rate is almost 0.
Even Montrealers that only speak English are stuck in Montreal.
They happen to be the minority even if they are lucky enough to speak the right language from birth.

I leave it at that but I honestly think it was a dumb thing to write and I see it the same way as "Let's go to New York and write 'Bin Laden Rules!' everywhere".

Anyways, I hope Woodmann has not already forgotten that beer he promised me.

TiGa

WaxfordSqueers
March 21st, 2008, 00:56
Quote:
[Originally Posted by TiGa;73468]I leave it at that but I honestly think it was a dumb thing to write and I see it the same way as "Let's go to New York and write 'Bin Laden Rules!' everywhere".
I have already left it alone and I'm glad you took it as humour. I said it entirely with tongue in cheek. Also, it was a shot at the politicians and the sign law, not the French-Canadian people. I've discussed this with French-Canadians in the past and no one took offense at what I was saying.

Feel free to PM me if you feel like a civilized conversation. I have always had fond feelings for Montreal and you can't have those feelings for concrete and trees. The French-Canadian culture, as well as the comopolitan nature of Montreal is what makes it for me.

Nico
March 26th, 2008, 13:08
I will be there as always :-)

Looking forward to meet people from this forum, and drink like there is no tomorrow (CrackZ, you better get your ass in Montreal )

disavowed
April 26th, 2008, 04:45
i'm now registered. looking forward to seeing all of you there!

tHE mUTABLE
April 26th, 2008, 14:09
We have an extension until May 31... LOL

owl
April 28th, 2008, 08:37
Ok, I am already registered and made all my reservations, now I have a questions for any one that either live or have been in Montreal before. How is the cost of living?, or better said how much I am expecting to expend per day on food and taxis?.

I need to figure out how much to bring in Canadian Dollars. I particularly don't like to carry to much money in cash but from traveling in Europe and the Caribean, I had come to realize that in some countries there is not easy access to atm machines, if there is any at all and in others paying with Credit card is too much hazard. Thus, it is always a good idea to bring some petit cash.

Plus, what type of weather should I be expecting?. I am bringing my UMPC which has a solid state harddrive, Has anyone experienced any issues with this type of harddrive and airport security? I believed there was something somewhere about it where the airport screeners where having problem differiencing a solid state hardrive and a explosive device.

naides
April 28th, 2008, 09:42
Quote:
[Originally Posted by owl;74319]Ok, I am already registered and made all my reservations, now I have a questions for any one that either live or have been in Montreal before. How is the cost of living?, or better said how much I am expecting to expend per day on food and taxis?.

Cost of living? between fucking expensive and outrageous. Food: If you limit yourself to fast food, is cheap, but it gets very expensive, very fast, if you are into the incredible selection of excellent restaurants. Taxi? Public transportation (metro) is the best in North America. Besides, every thing that matters is within walking distance from Downtown

I need to figure out how much to bring in Canadian Dollars. I particularly don't like to carry to much money in cash but from traveling in Europe and the Caribean, I had come to realize that in some countries there is not easy access to atm machines, if there is any at all and in others paying with Credit card is too much hazard. Thus, it is always a good idea to bring some petit cash.
Last time I was there, every place took Euros and American dollars, ATM were always available and for every thing else, there is MasterCard

Plus, what type of weather should I be expecting?. I am bringing my UMPC which has a solid state harddrive, Has anyone experienced any issues with this type of harddrive and airport security? I believed there was something somewhere about it where the airport screeners where having problem differiencing a solid state hardrive and a explosive device.
June 12? a toss up between glorious late spring and fucking hot. A walk into the old city by the St. Lorenz river waterfront, calls for fresh, shorts and T shirt wardrobe. Put your hard drive and your UMPC in the check-in luggage, buy a good book/magazine for the flight. it is not cool to be typing on your laptop at the cabin, anymore.



I'll see you there. . .

disavowed
April 28th, 2008, 15:41
Quote:
[Originally Posted by owl;74319]I had come to realize that in some countries there is not easy access to atm machines, if there is any at all and in others paying with Credit card is too much hazard.

Montreal is a safe enough city, so I'd say any place you plan on using your credit card won't be much of a security risk. And besides, almost all credit card companies reimburse the holder in full for fraudulent charges.
Also, as naides said above, there are ATMs everywhere in Montreal.

Quote:
[Originally Posted by owl]I believed there was something somewhere about it where the airport screeners where having problem differiencing a solid state hardrive and a explosive device.

You're thinking of this: http://www.macnn.com/articles/08/03/10/macbook.air.confusing/

TiGa
April 28th, 2008, 17:00
It will probably cost you more on hotel rooms than food.
I live there and I'll probably take the subway instead of my car.
There is the beer factor too... The night life can be the most expensive part of the trip, it depends on you.
Doing crossword puzzles alone in your room is free but boring.

Quote:
Last time I was there, every place took Euros and American dollars, ATM were always available and for every thing else, there is MasterCard

Naides is priceless.
Most ATMs are compatible with the Cirrus/Maestro/PLUS networks.

Canadian airports are not as paranoid as in the US.
I remember hearing about a BlackHat trainer that got turned around at the US border last year.
http://addxorrol.blogspot.com/2007/07/ive-been-denied-entry-to-us-essentially.html

TiGa

Woodmann
April 28th, 2008, 17:03
Howdy,

No need to worry about anything in Montreal.
Yes food is expensive but you only need to pay for dinner and beer.
The breakfast and lunch spread is plenty big for free food.

The weather in 05 and 06 was very warm to plain old hot.
Most of us just wear shorts and a T shirt.

Woodmann

naides
April 28th, 2008, 19:14
Actually, Montreal is the only City in the world where you can pay a lapdance from a stripper by swiping the magnetic strip of your credit card between her labia majora.
It is amazing technology!

JMI
April 28th, 2008, 19:47
Yah! But I really don't like the idea of where she's most likely to be keeping your receipt!



Regards,

WaxfordSqueers
April 29th, 2008, 20:12
Quote:
[Originally Posted by owl;74319]I am bringing my UMPC which has a solid state harddrive, Has anyone experienced any issues with this type of harddrive and airport security? I believed there was something somewhere about it where the airport screeners where having problem differiencing a solid state hardrive and a explosive device.
I worked at the Vancouver airport for a while. In Vancouver, there is an 'oversize' belt for delicate devices. You have to specify that your luggage contains fragile stuff and ask them to put it on the 'oversize' luggage belt. It goes straight downstairs and is taken off by hand and loaded by hand.

If you load your machine on the regular baggage system, it is kicked off at it's destination by violent contraptions that send it flying in the air. It lands somewhere down a chute with a big thud. The contraptions are called 'kickers' and some are shaped like a snowplow. They do kick your bags off, sometimes violently. Baggage occasionally gets caught in them too and gets squeezed pretty badly.

About security. If you have trouble with a customs official, don't argue or get stupid. Ask politely for a supervisor. Many customs agents and security personnel add their own little rules which can go above and beyond the actual rules. If they are being stupid, ask for a supervisor.

Vancouver has X'Ray detection in place for baggage and I'm sure Montreal has it. I'm not exactly sure how X'Rays would affect the electronics in your device, but unless you explain to them what it is, it will no doubt be X'Rayed. I strongly recommend contacting any airports ahead of your travel to see how you should deal with your equipment.

The X'Ray scanners are designed to detect explosives, but they are only part of an extensive process. There are several levels of bomb detection, and if they suspect your equipment, they can put you through the wringer. It all comes down to the guy looking at the X'Rayed baggage on a screen. If he is not sure, he'll send it on to the end of the line and you'll be called down there to open it yourself. If they still are not sure, you could be detained for who knows how long.

Having said all that, I'm sure many people travel with devices similar to your. There is probably a standard way of dealing with them. I wouldn't wait till you're at the airport to find out.

owl
April 30th, 2008, 09:04
Ok, so expect a hot/humid weather, don't worrry too much about cash, just enough to pay for a cab from the airport to the hotel, and tips. I don't drink so I don't have to worry about running a tap on the local bar, and being my first time in canada, I definetely want to explore around if time allows it.


What is to see around Montreal that may be accessable from metro?, I did some googling and even try google earth to scout the area (that is a amazing software), anyway, all I can come out with is the underground mall, the walking stores on downtown which I believe is close to the hotel, and the park that is a few blocks away.

I am still a newby on the reverse engineering arena, and there still so much stuff out there to learn, than the idea of spending a weekend with a bunch of people that have master most of what is to know on the subject is priceless. Well, I am looking forward to the whole experience, so see you all there and try not to strangle me if I become a pest and start asking too many questions.

Woodmann
April 30th, 2008, 18:02
Howdy,

Please, no questions outside of the conference .
Well, easy questions are ok.

You can roam around during the day if some of the talks dont interest you.
Just head down the hill and start poking around.

Woodmann

disavowed
May 1st, 2008, 09:54
owl, Old Montreal is a cute area: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Montreal
You can also check out the Casino de Montreal: http://www.casinosduquebec.com/montreal/en/home

owl
May 5th, 2008, 14:03
Quote:
[Originally Posted by Woodmann;74360]Howdy,

Please, no questions outside of the conference .
Well, easy questions are ok.

Woodmann


I'll try

TiGa
May 11th, 2008, 15:10
I received confirmation that my talk proposal was approved.
I can finally say that it is about "64-bit Imports Rebuilding and Unpacking".

I'll demonstrate new tools I developed and explain what is different from classic 32-bit unpacking.

Nothing ground-breaking like how to retrieve data by freezing your RAM chips in liquid carbonite at -500 degrees Kelvin or the WiFi-sniffer gun but it should be interesting nonetheless.

I'll also be giving a 4 hours workshop on "Introduction to IDA Pro for OllyDbg users" for IITAC.
It will be live reversing sessions instead of a boring long speech.

TiGa

tHE mUTABLE
May 12th, 2008, 00:16
Me too I received confirmation that my paper has been accepted. The journey of this paper will continue definitely (%)... I think the title can tell what's inside this paper "Towards an Embellished Macro Descriptive Language for Reverse Assembly Code"
See you there...

Woodmann
May 13th, 2008, 17:11
Howdy,

Some of the lectures have been posted:
http://recon.cx/2008/speakers.html

The list looks most impressive .

Woodmann

TiGa
May 13th, 2008, 17:32
ooooh! Ilfak is going to be there but Fravia won't.

I would have liked to meet him too.

TiGa

CrackZ
May 13th, 2008, 17:39
A shameless plug on my part.

However, for those of you currently established in the RCE arena and looking at the Trainings:

Rolf Rolles Course IS AN ABSOLUTE MUST.

I'll say no more than that.

And just so I don't make Nico hate me, if you are looking for something to get yourself established, I wholeheartedly endorse his material as well ;-).

Regards,

CrackZ.

Woodmann
May 13th, 2008, 18:38
Howdy,

The trainings always sell out .

Woodmann

owl
May 14th, 2008, 08:31
I would love to take the static reversing class, but I can't afford it. So it is just briefings for me.

wtbw
May 15th, 2008, 04:40
Looks like it's gonna be a good one. See you all there

dELTA
May 16th, 2008, 03:15
Another shameless request while we're at it.

Please everyone, if you like it, spread the word about the Collaborative RCE Tool Library to everyone at RECON:

http://www.woodmann.com/collaborative/tools

And if any of you speakers mention it on stage (e.g. as a download location for the tools you're presenting ), I'll buy you a beer or two the next time we meet.

(and of course, also instantly add all the new cool tools that you hear about at RECON to the library, but that goes without saying )

TiGa
May 17th, 2008, 10:12
Don't despair if your pockets are empty.
My training will be free.

It has been split into 3 topics spread on 3 days.
The descriptions should be put up shortly.
Inscriptions will be taken only during the conference.

I'll probably make a flash video with audio to put online afterwards.
I'll be sure to mention the CRCETL too.

TiGa

dELTA
May 17th, 2008, 17:28

Shub-nigurrath
May 18th, 2008, 04:55
oh well, if someone loves too to spread something about ARTeam is welcome. We have an insider at the conference, TiGa and an aficionados, Mutable, but t-shirts are always available

habituallurker
May 18th, 2008, 21:31
ARTeam should send deroko to be a booth babe ;-)

Woodmann
May 18th, 2008, 23:01
Howdy,

I want everyone who hangs out here to come up to me and say HI.
You might receive a gift.

You cant miss me, I am the old bald guy sitting in the back by the food/drink tables .

Shake my hand and tell me your screen name so I know who you are.

Woodmann

owl
May 20th, 2008, 08:12
I wonder how many bald guys will be in the conference?, oh well, I'll come up to each of them and ask them if they are woodmann. I will be the annoying pest that doesn't go away.

JMI
May 20th, 2008, 12:51
He'll be the one in the fishing vest!!!

Regards,

owl
May 28th, 2008, 10:12
That will be easier to find. See you all there!, can't wait.

Woodmann
May 28th, 2008, 16:34
Now I have to buy a fishing vest ?

I will wear a woodmann shirt.

JMI
May 28th, 2008, 19:07
That would be even easier.

Regards,

owl
June 5th, 2008, 14:53
Tiga, what are you planning to present?.

JMI
June 5th, 2008, 15:04
I'm voting he'll have a trunk full, but that's just a "wag." (Wild Ass Guess)

Regards,

TiGa
June 5th, 2008, 16:21
My presentation is about "64-bit Imports Rebuilding and Unpacking".

I'll demonstrate new tools I developed and explain what is different from classic 32-bit unpacking.

Here's a short teaser video:
http://rapidshare.com/files/120361107/MPRESS-64.zip.html

I will also be giving 3 lunch-hour workshops on "Introduction to IDA Pro for OllyDbg users" for IITAC.
Registrations are already opened.

I'm having kind of a déjà-said feeling but that's one more shameless plug to me.

TiGa

Nico
June 6th, 2008, 08:31
Sounds great
looking forward to meeting you and others at RECON.

TiGa
June 11th, 2008, 00:16
The pre-ReCon trainings have begun today.

It's a wake-up call to get ready to get ready.

TiGa

Woodmann
June 11th, 2008, 21:19
Howdy,

I am looking forward to seeing you all at the RECON party.

Woodmann

wtbw
June 12th, 2008, 00:05
You'll not be at the conference itself W?

Woodmann
June 12th, 2008, 17:02
Howdy,

Yes I will be attending but I will miss most of Friday.

Woodmann

owl
June 13th, 2008, 09:00
no wandered, I had been asking every bald guy I see if he is woodman. Oh, well, I will be on the look out for a fishing vest.

TiGa
June 13th, 2008, 23:29
OMG, somebody should have told me that Woodmann was such an ass.

Just kidding.

He's really a great guy.
Meeting him and the others is really one of the best things of this conference.

TiGa

Woodmann
June 15th, 2008, 20:21
Howdy,

Sorry I had to leave so early.
My real life work was calling and I need to be there on Monday.
I wasnt planning on leaving until Monday afternoon but,
shit happens .

I met some incredible people this year.
It seems like every year they get better and better.
Actually, everyone I met this year have great talents.

I would love to tell you all about everyone I met and how cool they
are but, it would be an extremely long post.

They are all great reversers and I wish more of them would post here.
As for the great ones who do post here, you know who they are .

OK, I have used the word great too much but, they are really very talented.

Lastly, to WTBW, best wishes with your future endeavours.
I hope you will still stop by and give us some guidance.

Woodmann

TiGa
June 16th, 2008, 02:09
ReCon 2008 has come and gone.

Everybody was wondering where Woodmann had gone.

This was the first conference that I attended and participated in.
It is a really great experience.
I recommend it to everybody.

And I got a Woodmann shirt too.

TiGa

wtbw
June 16th, 2008, 12:29
ReCon was really great this year (you missed a good one yatesy). Nice to see some old faces again and meet some new ones!

Thanks Woodmann, I can't extract this part of my mind and I still have one idea I'd like to work on, so you're not quite rid of me yet

Nico
June 16th, 2008, 15:00
Yo,

It was really great to meet you guys
I am still in montreal till Wednesday tho

I loved this RECON, the best one so far !

TiGa
June 17th, 2008, 19:25
I tried to call you room a few times but no answer...

If you see this before leaving, give me a call.
I left a message on your voice mail.

My stomach had time to rest a bit since the conference.

TiGa

owl
June 18th, 2008, 14:16
I concured with what many had already said, it was great to finally associated faces with handles. I had fun meeting you all, and hope this is not the last REcon I will be able to attend. Now I have to wait two more years for it, oh well, I guess more time to get ready for it.

Woodman, thanks for the t-shirt, and as TiGa said, we missed you on Sunday. I even wore the T-shirt on Sunday. TiGa, I enjoyed your workshop, I got so much of it that now I need to make time to put it into practice.

TiGa
June 18th, 2008, 18:32
Yes, let's not forget owl.

Most of the people at ReCon were sent there by their company.
It's nice to see other people attending on their own.
Who knows, maybe she'll be presenting something in 2 years.
It has all to start from somewhere.

TiGa

Woodmann
June 18th, 2008, 23:18
Howdy,

There might not be a two year lapse.
Wait until the spring of next year to find out.

Woodmann

As a side note, I need to recommend a site:
http://www.iitac.org/

I will be boosting this site because it is very important
for reverse engineers.

This is a place that will help you utilize your skills as a
reverse engineer to aquire the credentials you need
to get a great job in the virus/malware/security sector.

There is no longer any shame associated with being a cracker/reverse engineer. Your skills are very much valued.

Woodmann

owl
June 19th, 2008, 10:14
Quote:
[Originally Posted by TiGa;75242]Yes, let's not forget owl.

Who knows, maybe she'll be presenting something in 2 years.
It has all to start from somewhere.

TiGa


I don't know about that

disavowed
June 19th, 2008, 14:03
Quote:
[Originally Posted by wtbw;75168]ReCon was really great this year (you missed a good one yatesy).

Yeah, wtbw and I drew pictures of yates to help us spot him in the crowd:

TiGa
July 23rd, 2008, 02:12
ReCon videos are finally available.
http://ia311336.us.archive.org/1/items/RECON2008/

Quote:
NEWS

16/06/2008: The conference is now finished. We hope everyone attending recon this year had a good time. Slides and materials are now being added to the speakers page, all should be available within a week

I guess that a standard ReCon week equals 4 to 6 normal weeks.

TiGa

owl
July 29th, 2008, 10:00
Finally, there are a few videos I want to keep around.

tofu-sensei
July 29th, 2008, 11:44
is it just me or are those videos fubar?

naides
July 29th, 2008, 14:37
1-Make sure you have the right codecs.
2-Use VLC media player instead of Windows Media Player

tofu-sensei
July 29th, 2008, 17:25
it's not a codec issue, it seems the videos are in a, let's say, non-standard format. not a single player or video tool can handle them (mpc, wmp, qt, vdub, ...) except for vlc (well, and mplayer, but seeking doesn't seem to work there). wtf

naides
July 29th, 2008, 17:31
VLC Worked for me. . .

Woodmann
July 29th, 2008, 23:03
Howdy,

I dont see why I should need the VLC player.
The formats are .avi, .mp4 and .flv

I get the sound but no video from all players. Well except the .flv
which seems to be completely FUBAR.
I have not tried the VLC player BUT, anything should play
a friggen .avi file

Somethings fucked up.

Woodmann

FlyTigerYugi
October 13th, 2017, 04:01
Excuse me, but this seems to be the only thread I can find about video playback issues. I have a question and i do not know whether i should post here. Recently I recorded a gameplay video with Fraps and later found it was too big, (the video length is just 10 minutes but the output is near 2G).So I downloaded this software as you can see (http://www.videoconverterfactory.com/tips/compress-fraps-videos.html) to help me compress Fraps videos. But after conversion, the original AVI file got converted into MP4 and I found there was some kind of quality loss and the frame rate also dropped a little. I want to know if you guys know any better parameter settings which can make it look better.

Woodmann
October 13th, 2017, 22:04
I didnt look at your converter program but either you missed a setting during conversion or it is "crippleware" and will only let you save it as mp4.
There are free softwares that will do what you want.

http://www.anvsoft.com/any-video-converter-free.html

Woodmann

Extremist
October 21st, 2017, 15:46
Quote:
[Originally Posted by FlyTigerYugi;97491]I want to know if you guys know any better parameter settings which can make it look better.


We do. One better parameter setting is choice of software, which can be changed to https://plays.tv/ ("https://plays.tv/").