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    So I have a memory card, and have done a search, but do I need a different app or a reader to be able to transfer my ripped and compressed dvd onto a SD card?
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    You can drag the file onto your install prog4
    <c>Searching for happiness. 33 pdas later I find the GSM Treo 600. Now Ebayers love my pdas. I love my Treo...
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    What the heck happened to my post! I am on my Treo, and it only posted part of my message!
    <c>Searching for happiness. 33 pdas later I find the GSM Treo 600. Now Ebayers love my pdas. I love my Treo...
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    if you convert it with kinoma (www.kinoma.com) it will greatly shrink down the size. i put on my treo napoleon dynomite which was about 1gig to begin with and now it sits are 100mb on my treo 600. the only bad thing is that you will have to purchase kinoma, but if you are gonna be puttin a lot of movies on your treo its worth it
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    I think card readers work the best for this. Kinoma also gets my vote. The settings are a no brainer. I would be more into it if I had the 650 though. My wife has a Zire 72 and the videos that I convert for my 600 are only 1/4 the size on her screen. (Maybe I should upgrade :-)
    Palm III-->Palm IIIxe-->Palm 505-->Samsung i300-->Treo 600-->PPC 6600-->Treo 650-->Treo 700wx-->BB Pearl--> BB Curve

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    Mmplayer works for me.

    http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/palm/6485

    DVD-->Mactheripper-->D-Vision-->SD Card-->Watch with Mmplayer.

    BTW, Mactheripper and D-Vision are free!

    http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/22715
    http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/16486
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    so is it possible to do without a reader? where do I put it if I am doing it through a hot sync?
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    anyone?
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    Technically, if you convert the DVD with kinoma producer, it creates a movie with the following extension "movie.pdb" You can then double click on that file and the palm install tool will install it the next time you sync (the problem is that they are big files and it is much faster (especially with USB 2.0) to just put it on with a card reader). YMMV.
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    well I bought a card reader, transferred to the card, but the video is really blocky, is my card not fast enough? I followed all of the settings in the mac and dvd treo thread.
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    can you change the dimensions in d-vision?
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    This answers a LOT of DVD to Treo 600 questions

    http://tek.8m.net/mmplayer_DVD_copying_v2.html

    and no .. it's not my site.. I haven't even tried it yet.. found it earlier today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smharmon
    What the heck happened to my post! I am on my Treo, and it only posted part of my message!
    I might be getting a little off-topic, but I actually tend to get that a lot -- often when I have a long text entry in Blazer, my Treo will chop off the end of it and replace the last character with garbage. Often I'll copy the text to the clipboard before closing the text box, just to be safe. I never quite figured out a work-around, though.

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