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    OK, I just got my 680 today, and I've been playing with it all day. One of the first thing I did today was try to use Orb with Blazer. I couldn't get the Kinoma player to stream either mp3's or mpeg videos, which the myTreo tutorial says it should be able to.

    Then I beamed my TCPMP from my old Treo 650 to the the 680. I put a video on my card that used to work on the 650. It wouldn't play on the 680, and I got the message:

    Error: Player: Video codec (MPEG-4 Video) not supported by the player!

    Then I got this message:

    Error: Player: Audio codec (MP3) not supported by the player!

    What is going on here? Has anyone else had these problems?
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    Quote Originally Posted by libmanj View Post
    Then I beamed my TCPMP from my old Treo 650 to the the 680. I put a video on my card that used to work on the 650. It wouldn't play on the 680, and I got the message:

    Error: Player: Video codec (MPEG-4 Video) not supported by the player!

    Then I got this message:

    Error: Player: Audio codec (MP3) not supported by the player!

    What is going on here? Has anyone else had these problems?
    It sounds like you didn't beam over the libraries that TCPMP needs to process the data decompression. Try reinstalling on the 680 from the original ZIP file.
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    ya i played on file but it didnt come out good i have to re convert it

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