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    Now that I've heard of people having success with 8GB cards and those cards are as little as $70 - suddenly video seems like an option on the Treo . What do people suggest to get DVD's onto the Treo - and is this "legally" permissible?

    Thanks in Advance.
    Pilot 1000 (Sept '96 - Orginial 128k - then upgrade to 512k, then 1mb, then custom 2mb,) IIIxe, m130, CLIE NX-60, Treo 680
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    Rip DVDs using PocketDVD

    Play them on Treo using CorePlayer/TCPMP or MMPlayer

    http://www.pqdvd.com/watch_dvd_on_pocket_pc.html

    http://www.mobihand.com/treocentral/product.asp?id=9039

    TCPMP was the freeware leading to the CorePlayer product.


    Free DVD ripping software listed in the following post along with TCPMP:
    http://discussion.treocentral.com/sh...43&postcount=4
    Last edited by gtwo; 01/21/2007 at 10:11 PM.
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    I've began using the above program with my Treo 600 and quickly brought them onto the 680 when I upgraded (due to larger capacity card support). I've transferred movies, TV shows, movie trailers, instructional videos, etc.

    Although not wanting to look a freeware horse in the mouth, if TCMP improved it's 5-way support, I'd be in portable media heaven...
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    Thanks for the tips - I'll check it out.
    -Mark
    Pilot 1000 (Sept '96 - Orginial 128k - then upgrade to 512k, then 1mb, then custom 2mb,) IIIxe, m130, CLIE NX-60, Treo 680
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    From one of my esteemed colleagues of APW/Palm. Haven't tried it yet. I would have made of a videocast of it but my camera lens cracked....

    NOW KEEP IN MIND THAT THIS IS FOR BACKING UP YOUR PERSONAL DVDS FOR STORAGE AND PLAYBACK! not stealing> you guys know who you are

    Thanks drew!
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    The only TREO VIDEO CAST on the internet!!!

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