I have an HTC Touch HD on which mp4 videos downloaded from Google Video play the best, both in terms of video and audio quality. So I am wondering which settings exactly Google Video uses to encode videos into mp4, so that I can replicate it for videos not available on Google Video. A tool which reads an mp4 file and tells you all the encoding information would be perfect or if you know a official website that describes Google Video's mp4 format, then even better.
I am looking for the following information:
- video resolution (e.g. 480x640)
- frames per second (e.g. 25 fps)
- bitrate (e.g. 1Mbit/s)
- codec (e.g. H.264)
- sample rate (e.g. 44100 Hz)
- bitrate (e.g. 128Kbit/s)
- audio channels (e.g. 2)
- codec (e.g. AAC)
I hope anyone can help even though this is not necessarily programming related. Thanks!