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    ....... gotta' sd 2.0 gb card

    ....... basically i'm lost from there

    ....... help please
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    This is available too. $10 cheaper, and IMO provides better quality video (I own both apps and have used them extensively).

    http://spbsoftwarehouse.com/products/mobiledvd/?en
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alienwhere View Post
    This is available too. $10 cheaper, and IMO provides better quality video (I own both apps and have used them extensively).

    http://spbsoftwarehouse.com/products/mobiledvd/?en
    Which one is faster though.
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    Can anyone recommend a viewer? I already have most of my collection formatted for my ipod, so I don't want to reburn or convert everything so I can view it with windows media player.
    With windows media I can't watch my mpegs and tcpmp is so choppy, freezes all the time.
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    For viewing, use CorePlayer. It's not free but it's great.
    If you need free, then use TCPMP.

    As for converters, there are lots of free ones out there.
    For Windows, PocketDivxEncoder is superb and free. It encodes video files you already have to DivX avi's.
    If you prefer .mp4 files (for the iPod and PSP crowd) there's Videora Converter.
    Lest we forget, for the .wmv crowd, Windows Movie Maker is also out there.

    For my Mac brethren, iSquint is free (only outputs .mp4 files though).
    VisualHub is the "pro" version of iSquint and outputs more formats, wmv/vob/avi/mp4 and so forth.
    For direct DVD to .avi/.mp4 ripping, HandBrake is one of the best, and free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merovingian View Post
    For viewing, use CorePlayer. It's not free but it's great.
    If you need free, then use TCPMP.

    As for converters, there are lots of free ones out there.
    For Windows, PocketDivxEncoder is superb and free. It encodes video files you already have to DivX avi's.
    If you prefer .mp4 files (for the iPod and PSP crowd) there's Videora Converter.
    Lest we forget, for the .wmv crowd, Windows Movie Maker is also out there.

    For my Mac brethren, iSquint is free (only outputs .mp4 files though).
    VisualHub is the "pro" version of iSquint and outputs more formats, wmv/vob/avi/mp4 and so forth.
    For direct DVD to .avi/.mp4 ripping, HandBrake is one of the best, and free.
    I don't care if it's free...just want it to playback without jittering, pausing, etc. I'm not sure if it's a limitation due to file size and the 700w not having enough memory or some other setting or other factor. They don't have a trial version for download and given that some threads here had some less than stellar reviews I'm hesitant.
    Palm Pilot>Palm III>Palm Color>Palm m505>Palm T5>Treo700w>vzw Treo700wx>Maybe the next gen iPhone next.
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    ...... oh okay, so basically i need to download an app. in order to place movies on my phone right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sschlesinger View Post
    Which one is faster though.
    Like I said, I have them both, and Spb is way faster and produces better videos. I mostly use it for converting TV shows that I record to watch on the Treo, and it is easy to edit things and convert quickly. I really do like it. Prior to its release, I was all about PDS. But not anymore.
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    Now that you've all answered how to convert and play movies, I think the op wants to know what is the best way to transfer them to your sd card. What in your experience is the fastest way to do that?
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    I find it fastest to use a USB card reader and copy over.
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    ...... so just a quick run down


    ...... i down load the app, downsize or convert whateva' dvd's i want


    ...... place my sd card in the reader, and just copy the movies right over. right?


    ....... anyone have an idea about how many full movies can fit on a sd 2.0 gb card?
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    I haven't seen anyone really use this method on the forums (don't know why) but,I use good ol' windows media player which automatically converts it to the correct kbps that plays smoothly on the treo 700wx. It will take lets say,a DIVX movie thats 700mb's & convert it to about 250mb's.I just wanted to know if this method is inferior to the applications & methods being recommended to convert video. The only downside I see is that I can only convert to WMV & personally,I feel MP4 plays best.
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    ...... well i did it!

    ...... downloaded the spbsoftware app. posted by alienware

    ...... easily converted my porn (movies)

    ...... i'm VERY satisfied! lol.... thanks everyone for their help

    ...... by the way, the spbsoftware app is GREAT. crystal clear, no blotches, no skipping or choppiness', and very easy to use.
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    I use Videora to convert and TCPMP to view. Had been working great but the last movie I converted freezes up my Treo when I try and view it. I noticed that when I go to "File Associations" in "Settings", MPEG-4 is not selected. Even after selecting it, it freezes. After a soft reset, MPEG-4 is unselected again.
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