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    I want to be able to upload the videos from my 700p to my Snapfish account, but the videos from the Treo are in 3g2 format and Snapfish only accepts MOV, AVI, 3gp or MPG formats. What is the best way to convert the 3g2 files into one of these formats? The software I've looked at that supports those formats, like Windows Movie Maker, doesn't recognize 3g2 videos, so it doesn't help. Thanks

    ETA: PS - a free software solution would obviously be preferred!
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    Use quicktime pro.
    Device -> 700p
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    Newton MP120 -> Newton MP 130 -> Newton 2100 -> Nino 320 -> Palm IIIc -> Visor Prism -> Kyocera 6035 -> Dell X5 -> Dell X3i ->Treo 650
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    Before you try anything complicated, change the extension on one of your videos from 3g2 to 3gp or one of the other extensions. Upload and see if Snapfish will play it. It's worth trying before moving on.
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    Came across this promising free software - Super
    http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html#Dnload
    from this gadget blog:
    http://www.redferret.net/?p=7398

    I'm in the process of checking it out - looks promising
  5.    #5  
    Quote Originally Posted by RawsonDR View Post
    Before you try anything complicated, change the extension on one of your videos from 3g2 to 3gp or one of the other extensions. Upload and see if Snapfish will play it. It's worth trying before moving on.
    I tried that and it didn't work. Good idea, though. I also emailed Snapfish and told them they should add support for 3g2 video.

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