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  1. #61  
    Anybody knows how to use Kinoma with Gloonet on the Treo 700p if you already have PocketTunes Deluxe installed?

    Al
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    #62  
    just purchased 700p with sprint. besides looking at youtube.com videos. Why do I need to upgrade to the 4 kinoma? What is the difference between 4 and the kinoma that came with my 700P.
    Thank you
  3. #63  
    Quote Originally Posted by dagold View Post
    just purchased 700p with sprint. besides looking at youtube.com videos. Why do I need to upgrade to the 4 kinoma? What is the difference between 4 and the kinoma that came with my 700P.
    Thank you

    One of the best reasons is that the upgraded version shuts off the screen. Also has a nice media guide for finding streaming media.

    I think this is pretty nice software. Seems stable, but it is better for EVDO areas. I don't have that and it doesn't stream video very well or higher-speed audio, when in a 1x area.
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    #64  
    Quote Originally Posted by Treolo View Post
    I understand that, but I would like to search for the videos that I want and not be limited to what Kinoma has available.

    Al
    Gotcha.

    It would be nice if the YouTube/Google Videos in the Kinoma Media Guide had search capability.

    Jeff
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    #65  
    There is an upgrade for 700p owners. On your 700p, get the regular Kinoma player "splash screen" to show up, then click on the upgrade link in the middle, it will open up Blazer and you get an upgrade price of $14.99
  6. #66  
    sorry, i had a typo in the link of my previous post.
    please try the following link
    http://asx.abacast.com/blazers-kxl2-32.asx
    thanks again
  7. #67  
    Quote Originally Posted by migs View Post
    There is an upgrade for 700p owners. On your 700p, get the regular Kinoma player "splash screen" to show up, then click on the upgrade link in the middle, it will open up Blazer and you get an upgrade price of $14.99

    Dang. Already spent $19.95. Nice find though.
  8. #68  
    The upgrade from Kinoma 3 works for the 650 too, same $14.95. I put the prc on my SD card as is, works fine from Launcher. Disappointments: does not play ogg sound or ogm video. And it should use a file manager to go to the directory of your choice instead of scanning. What about playlists? Also, the video image is 1/4 size.
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  9. #69  
    Quote Originally Posted by rajs@comcast.ne View Post
    Does it work with Sirius Streaming for a Treo 650 ?
    I'd love to know this as well! If it's capable of streaming Sirius, I'll buy it sight-unseen!
  10. #70  
    I wonder if this means we're close to getting a Slingbox app for the 650?

    Give me a Slingbox app and I'll stop looking at Windows smartphones for a while...
    1. HTC Touch Dual Neon 300, Stock Rom
    2. AT&T Tilt (Refurb) with DK.8 Rom (collecting dust)
  11. #71  
    Quote Originally Posted by Treolo View Post
    I understand that, but I would like to search for the videos that I want and not be limited to what Kinoma has available.

    Al
    Found this:

    YouTube to call on your cell phone
    By Reuters, CNET News.com
    Published on ZDNet News: November 1, 2006, 5:55 PM PT


    YouTube, the popular online video sharing site, said on Wednesday it hopes
    to launch a service for wireless devices within a year.

    Chad Hurley, YouTube chief executive and co-founder, told an advertising
    conference that offering video services on mobile phones was a key
    opportunity for the company.

    "Within the next year we hope to have something on a mobile device, it's
    going to be a huge market, especially for the video mind-set we're dealing
    with, it's a natural transition," Hurley said.

    Hurley was speaking at the OgilvyOne Digital Summit in New York in one of
    his first public engagements since the announcement last month that Internet
    search leader Google is to buy YouTube for $1.65 billion. In May, YouTube
    launched its YouTube To Go service to enable users to upload clips directly
    from their mobile phones to view on the Web site on their personal
    computers.

    Already many of the clips seen on YouTube are captured by users with their
    cell phones. A new mobile service could enable users to share videos with
    others in the YouTube community directly via their phones.

    YouTube allows users to upload and share personal video clips but has come
    into conflict with record labels and television companies in recent weeks.
    Some YouTube users have illegally uploaded copyrighted videos such as music
    videos and TV shows.

    Viacom sent YouTube a letter last Friday asking it to remove certain clips
    of its popular Comedy Central shows by comedians Jon Stewart and Stephen
    Colbert.

    Hurley described YouTube as the market leader among its peers in upholding
    the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and said it has removed videos
    as soon as the company is alerted by a copyright owner.

    "We streamlined the DMCA process by building tools, we were the first ones
    to automate that process," Hurley said.

    YouTube's huge popularity with more than 100 million clips viewed every day
    has prompted media companies to reconsider legal threats.

    Last month, on the same day it announced its acquisition by Google, YouTube
    said it had signed content deals with entertainment companies including
    Universal Music Group, Sony BMG Entertainment, and CBS Corp. It previously
    had announced a similar deal with Warner Music Group.

    Sony BMG is a joint venture of electronics maker Sony and Bertelsmann.


    Copyright 2006 CNET Networks, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

    I guess they missed the Treo story...
  12. #72  
    Quote Originally Posted by Rock View Post
    sorry, i had a typo in the link of my previous post.
    please try the following link
    http://asx.abacast.com/blazers-kxl2-32.asx
    thanks again
    What state is this in? Maybe it's in the guide already..
  13. #73  
    Quote Originally Posted by jt999 View Post
    Gotcha.

    It would be nice if the YouTube/Google Videos in the Kinoma Media Guide had search capability.

    Jeff
    Got this from Kinoma support:

    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

    There's also a way to browse videos by user. You can read more about
    these features on the YouTube RSS page:

    http://youtube.com/rssls

    Let me know if it works for you
  14. #74  
    Cool..!!! I found a way to seach google video with the following link:
    http://video.google.com/videofeed?ty...=20&output=rss

    You just need to replace Yandel by whatever you want to search for.

    Now if somebody could figure out how to use Gloonet with Kinoma having Pocket Tunes Deluxe installed I would really appreciate that.

    Al
  15. #75  
    Quote Originally Posted by albertb View Post
    I think the media scanning is annoying too. One problem I have is that it's not picking up my mp3 files when it scans the card, and I have hundreds of them. Anyone else seeing this?
    I agree. It would be nice to scan the first time you run it, then assume that nothing has been added unless you tell it to scan again.

    For .mp3 files, apparently you have to put them in the /Palm/Programs/Kinoma folder. I have a /music folder as a subdirectory of /kinoma.

    The only thing I like about the Kinoma player is the streaming Windows Media. Without that, this thing is useless.

    TCPMP does video (on the card) better.
    pTunes does .mp3s better.
    The built in media app does pictures better.

    I'm eager to see what the Core Player comes up with...
    Last edited by PabloTX; 11/03/2006 at 07:45 AM.
  16. #76  
    Currently there is no other program that allows you to view YouTube and Google video. That feature is what makes Kinoma unique and it is worth the money.

    Al
  17. #77  
    Eh, I could really care less about YouTube or Google Video. Especially on a 650. EVDO might be a different story....but still...I'm far more interested in the ability to stream audio from websites (in Windows Media format).

    I've been wanting the ability to listen to live sports games for some time now...and now Kinoma finally enables that.
  18. #78  
    Quote Originally Posted by videoscraper View Post
    What state is this in? Maybe it's in the guide already..
    I took a chance and purchased the product, and I'm able to access the link/site.
    I believe it streams in .asx format.
    thanks
  19. #79  
    I don't have EVDO in my area yet, but Kinoma allows you to search and save Google video on your Treo. So if the streaming is slow you can at least save it and watch it once it is fully downloaded.

    Al
  20. #80  
    Quote Originally Posted by videoscraper View Post
    Got this from Kinoma support:

    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

    There's also a way to browse videos by user. You can read more about
    these features on the YouTube RSS page:

    http://youtube.com/rssls

    Let me know if it works for you
    This works GREAT!
    Now I can watch southpark anytime I want.
    I can also listen to my favorite radio stations. The radio on my desk gets a horrible reception.
    Last edited by pool_shark; 11/03/2006 at 12:32 PM.
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