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    Hey, i have Southpark RMVBs but then how do i resize it to fit the Treo? or does it resize automatically?
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    I use freeware pocketdivx encoder to resize movies, but I don't know it it compatible with rmvbs...

    http://divx.ppccool.com/
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    I use fairusewizard. It lets me select the file size and resolution and automatically adjusts quality for me to fit my specs. A full length dvd is excellent at 350 meg.
    http://www.fairusewizard.com/lang_en/index.html
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    what would be the ???x??? for a treo 650??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deminis
    what would be the ???x??? for a treo 650??
    ...the resolution??

    The screen is 320x320. If you're using FairUse and want to rip a DVD, I've found it's easiest just to hit the 4/3 aspect ratio (make sure you're ripping the fullscreen side if there is one....you get more of the action than just a stationary rectangle from middle of a widescreen) instead of trying to calculate a 1/1 ratio....a direct 1/1 ratio won't even take up the whole screen for some reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grndslm
    ...the resolution??

    The screen is 320x320. If you're using FairUse and want to rip a DVD, I've found it's easiest just to hit the 4/3 aspect ratio (make sure you're ripping the fullscreen side if there is one....you get more of the action than just a stationary rectangle from middle of a widescreen) instead of trying to calculate a 1/1 ratio....a direct 1/1 ratio won't even take up the whole screen for some reason.
    Blasphemy.

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