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  1. #21  
    It'll be much faster to transfer and easier overall to just copy them to the card with a card reader. I think you could put them anywhere but I'd suggest a root folder called VIDEO.

    TCPMP is free, constantly being enhanced and has options for adjusting the quality of audio and video. Support of streaming video (I believe) is in development.
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    A new tcpmp will be relesed halfway or torwards the end of OCt.

    New features:
    Skins for it
    better interface
    streaming audio and video for it
    and etc.

    U can probably find it googling it. TCPMP Version 1
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  3. #23  
    The site is http://tcpmp.corecodec.org/ . I couldn't find the announcement about a major release on Oct 16, but I know I read that somewhere.
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       #24  
    got it. I'll try moving them to a new folder called video, good idea.

    what about the .avi files?
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       #25  
    if you move the files through the card reader, how and when do they get converted to a file format that is watchable on treo? in other words, when I transfered the movie clips to the desktop software, it seemed to convert them to some other kind of format. is that still needed?
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  6. #26  
    No file conversion is needed. TCPMP will play plain .avi files (among other formats). That's one reason why a card reader is the simpler approach. No need to convert to a .pdb container which the desktop software is probably doing.
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    #27  
    I use TCPMP to watch .avi's and DIVX encoded files and the inherent Pics & Videos (Kinoma Player) to watch the MP4's I create using Kinoma producer. I create my avi/divx files with an app called CloneDVD Mobile and it does a great job, quickly. (relatively...20-30 minutes for an entire DVD)

    Once you create your video files in whatever format, use a card reader like the one I have, a Sandisk MobileMate SD+, to transfer your videos to your card. Then, once they are on the card, open whatever player you are using and drill down to the location on the card where you keep your videos/movies and away you go!!

    Good luck!!

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  8. #28  
    I am looking for the best place to download tcpmp. I found it on the reccomended site do I have to download all of the following from the site or is it done another way

    THX


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  9. #29  
    Not sure which Treo you have, so start at http://tcpmp.corecodec.org/download and then pick the appropriate OS version. That will take you to the appropriate section of the full download list at http://corecodec.org/frs/?group_id=5...se_id=270#r270. From there, pick the download package you need. For example, 0.72RC1 for PalmOS zip
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