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    Hi everyone; I've been searching frantically, but I haven't found anything to help me with this. Is there a way currently, or software in developement that will allow, the viewing of YouTube on the 700p? I currently have the 650 but plan on updating to either the 700p in the near future and would LOVE to be able to watch YouTube files at EVDO speeds. Thanks in advance.
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    Are there any plans for Flash to be implemented in to any Palm browser?
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    There is a petition floating around this forum asking Macromedia to release one. Search under Gvideo or Google video.
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    When I go to YouTube in my 700WX the videos do not play. Is there a setting I am missing here to enable that?
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    Thak u so much for posting this ah I've been looking for something like this for a bit. This is a life saver. Thanks again.
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    Copy and paste URL to KeepVid.com > Download flv file > use SUPER to convert it to Divx > move avi file to your SD card
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treo305 View Post
    Copy and paste URL to KeepVid.com > Download flv file > use SUPER to convert it to Divx > move avi file to your SD card
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    I think the new Kinoma player can play youtube movies. I've seen it mentioned in the threads discussing the latest Kinoma player, version 4.
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    That's correct. Kinoma 4 will play youtube videos. Just copy and paste the URL into Kinoma. No need to covert, etc. but it'll cost you $24.99. It was well worth it for me.
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    you can also use its entertainment media center to get to YouTube videos. Ben
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterlemonjello View Post
    I think the new Kinoma player can play youtube movies. I've seen it mentioned in the threads discussing the latest Kinoma player, version 4.
    To get to the YouTube and Google Video feeds:

    Go to the Kinoma Bookmarks filter icon
    Select Kinoma Media Guide
    Select the second option down "Internet Video"
    First Entry is YouTube


    Also there is a Google video wrapper discussion posted here:
    http://forum.kinoma.com/showthread.php?t=1115

    About this site that might help
    http://www.mgvids.com/videosearch.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by aznmode View Post
    That's correct. Kinoma 4 will play youtube videos. Just copy and paste the URL into Kinoma. No need to covert, etc. but it'll cost you $24.99. It was well worth it for me.
    If you already have Kinoma installed on your 650 or 700p you can click the upgrade link on the Kinoma splash screen and it's only $14.95. It was pre-bundled with a lot of 650's and 700p's.
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    http://discussion.treocentral.com/sh...=127761&page=4

    You can perform some simple YouTube searches from within Kinoma Player, using the Open URL dialog and the YouTube RSS tag feature.

    The general form of search URL is this:

    http://www.youtube.com/rss/tag/<tag1+tag2...+tagn>.rss

    So for example, from within Kinoma Player, if you want to open a list of
    all YouTube clips tagged with "del mar", you would enter this URL in the
    Open URL dialog:

    http://www.youtube.com/rss/tag/del+mar.rss
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    Quote Originally Posted by aznmode View Post
    That's correct. Kinoma 4 will play youtube videos. Just copy and paste the URL into Kinoma. No need to covert, etc. but it'll cost you $24.99. It was well worth it for me.

    thanks for you

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