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    A lot of people on the forum already know about our site but I figured that I'd start an official ZooVision thread and invite Treo users to the site. Just visit http://www.zoovision.com/mobile.html on your Treo and enjoy the show!

    We have a bunch of free content on the site and are adding more everyday. We have some interesting new releases coming in the next couple of months that we think you will all enjoy. News, weather, and of course more entertainment is on the way. The plan is to keep all of this content free to you our viewers.

    I'll also be posting to this thread as we add new content. If there are certain types of videos that you would like to see just let us know and we will see what we can do to bring them to you.

    Enjoy!
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    So far so good. Looking forward to the additional content. Thanks.
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    Yea the anime looks pretty good downloaded the sample and the quality is not too bad, hopefully with time and more users the content will grow
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    Great site, love the content. How about adding some stand up comedy and some of the more popular webclips that make the rounds (like the stuff that makes it into Vh1's Web Junk).
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    how about formatting so that we can watch youtube on the Treo?
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    Thanks! Looks great.. Can't wait to see what else gets added.
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    Love the site! I love that you have vintage cartoons. Is there any chance of getting old school Tom and Jerry on ZooVision?
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    I actually canceled Sprint Ultimate TV because ZooVision is better for me.

    I just wish the player would let you go to specific spots in the video fast when you have to interrupt (or get interrupted) a long video.
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    Thanks for the kind words on the site! Your feedback is always useful in what types of content we seek out and list on the site.

    We just updated the live section of the site to feature an exclusive jazz concert.
    http://www.zoovision.com/mobile_live.html

    Enjoy!
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    is the pixelation because of the source being sent by zoovision? or is it the limitations of the treo processor? or is it evdo?
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    Good to hear from you guys...
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    Quote Originally Posted by gene
    is the pixelation because of the source being sent by zoovision? or is it the limitations of the treo processor? or is it evdo?

    Nice idea, but I too wasn't crazy about the pixelation from the compression....maybe you can have the same content in higher res EVDO streams.....
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    OK, what am I missing. I have a sprint 700p. I go to the zoovision mobile site, touch the yellow and black arrow, to watch a viseo and nothing happens. Am I missing something? I am in blazer. Do I need to set up any specail settings in blazer to stream?
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    Is PocketTunes deluxe required?
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    I understand that kinoma is built into the blazer browser, supposedly that is used for viewing streaming videos. I have Deluxe pocket tunes, and it works streaming audio. I had to upgrade the standard pocket tunes to stream audio. I am not sure how to stream video. That is what I am trying to find out
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    You're right, it works on mine with Kinoma. Not sure why yours isn't working Demo.
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    Jaharr, can you tell me what actually happens when you touch the yellow/black arrows for the videos at the sight? Does it ask you to down load, does it just open the video? What actually happens? Also is Kinoma built into the Blazer Browser, or do I need to install it as as a seperate program?
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    Is anybody else have trouble with the resident kinoma player not loading and playing a streaming link form zoovision besides me. I try to launch a video link by touching the yellow arrows for the video, and I get a message on my phone asking if I want to save the file. No video launches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demo
    Is anybody else have trouble with the resident kinoma player not loading and playing a streaming link form zoovision besides me. I try to launch a video link by touching the yellow arrows for the video, and I get a message on my phone asking if I want to save the file. No video launches.
    All I need to do is to click/touch the hyperlink next to the yellow arrow. For example, under "Feature Films" the first item is "-> The Memphis Belle". I click on the hyperlink "The Memphis Belle" and the stream automatically starts with Kinoma.
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    exactly. no downlaod, kinoma automatically opens, it buffers & it plays.

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