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    A note in my local newspaper today said the largest TV station here in Norway (NRK) is about to start broadcasting news and shows both on demand and live via GPRS to phones that support "the 3GP video standard" which, according to the NRK tech guy, most new cell phones do.

    I have no idea what the 3GP video standard is, but does the Treo 600 support it?

    /Christopher
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    3GPP and 3GPP2 is just a ways to transfer mpeg4 files over "3G" networks like gprs or cdma2000:

    http://www.apple.com/mpeg4/3gpp/

    The files are in Quicktime format and are easily convertable...Anyway, I'm not sure if there are any players out there that natively support 3GPP/3GPP2 streaming on PalmOS yet (maybe MMplayer in the future); however, I recall reading somewhere that the new Samsung PalmOS smartphone did. There are also java midlets that do, but I haven't tried them on my treo...

    Anyway, if you could somehow save the 3GPP stream (perhaps with something like the Dottocumo recorder), you could then convert the 3GPP files to avi, divx etc to view on the Treo. There are converters like RiverPast that will let you do this:

    http://www.riverpast.com/en/support/...t/3gpp/avi.php
    http://www.riverpast.com/en/support/.../3gpp/divx.php

    You can then convert the avi via kinoma producer or play the divx file via MMplayer on your PalmOS device. Unfortunately, I'm not aware of any freeware converters. However, if anyone knows of one, please chime in...
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