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    Any suggestions on the best best MPEG Viewer for the Treo650? I just switched over from PPC and used PocketTV.
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    http://kinoma.com/

    great app!!
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    first off- for the pocket pc- you might want to try betaplayer it blows pocket tv out of the water- and second kinoma doesn't do native mpegs last i checked, you had to convert them into kinoma's format right? i may be mistaken there as they may have updated. while kinoma is a great app, the only software i knew that played mpeg natively was mmplayer and it's not free :-(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenundrum
    first off- for the pocket pc- you might want to try betaplayer it blows pocket tv out of the water- and second kinoma doesn't do native mpegs last i checked, you had to convert them into kinoma's format right? i may be mistaken there as they may have updated. while kinoma is a great app, the only software i knew that played mpeg natively was mmplayer and it's not free :-(

    Yup you're wrong!

    Kinoma player 3 now supports native mpeg:

    http://kinoma.com/

    Then there is also MMplayer:

    http://mmplayer.com/
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    How about .flv files? I believe that's flash maacromedia?
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    Quote Originally Posted by darjar14
    How about .flv files? I believe that's flash maacromedia?
    nope
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    Just to clarify on the "Kinoma player 3 now supports native mpeg", it's actually the Kinoma Producer that supports native mpeg. The player itself supports mpeg-4, QuickTime and 3GPP.

    A little disappointing as I was looking for an alternative to mmplayer to play avi produced from Pocket-DVD. For that, SmartMovie (http://www.lonelycatgames.com) seems to be the only alternative to mmplayer
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    Quote Originally Posted by darjar14
    How about .flv files? I believe that's flash maacromedia?

    Kinoma Producer can convert flash movies afiak. Also Flash Player for PalmOS is only found on Sony Clies and it does not work when ported to non-Clie devices similar to Piscel etc...
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    also the build in player can play mpg.
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