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    Cool, always welcome.........thank you
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    ??

    do you know what program you use to convert a video from the trans flash card / phone to pc??? or is it the same program???

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    the file type of the video on the TF card will play with QuickTime on your PC.

    Does that answer your question?

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    Hmmmmmmmm...Yeah I don't know if I dont understand the question or the other way around. As stated Quick Time will play all videos from the phone and so so will mpegable player/ www.mpegable.com To get the videos on the PC simply insert the memory card into the reader and copy them onto your hard drive from the memory card

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    will mpegable convert divx AVIs?
    Err.... yeah.... bought my phone... ¬_¬

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    I've heard a few problems with them, but fdon't use them myself so cannot say for sure. If you do experience problems IM me and I'll see what I can do for you

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    can you use mpeg4 to cut down the size of the file or do you need another program in order to make them shorter?

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    I use QT Pro to shorten the videos. If anything I will convert to a QT compatible file type, then shorten with QT and then convert to 3GP

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    Quicktime Pro? I assume you have to pay for that. Any 'free' programs that I can use?

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    Anyone have any luck getting mplayer to work? I want to be able to convert to some sort of "normal" video file for displaying on a webpage. I upload MMSes right to my site, and already convert on-the-fly the qcp audio voice clips to wav (I use them for a sort of audio caption: www.humpa.com/phonecam ). If I could do the same with the 3g2 files I'd be psyched.

    I'm trying to install mplayer on a unix (or linux) machine. I seem to have the latest quicktime drivers (at least the most recent from here:
    http://www.mplayerhq.hu/MPlayer/releases/codecs/

    mplayer works, just not for any 3gp or 3g2 videos. I dont get a codec error, just a boatload of lines with errors like this:
    ODML: Aspect information not (yet?) available or unspecified, not writing vprp header.
    Pos: 50.9s 618f ( 0%) 0fps Trem: 0min 0mb A-V:0.053 [0:0]


    If anyone knows anything about mplayer, I'd be grateful for some insight.

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    Hmm, everytime I try to open 3g2 files from my TF card with Quicktime on my PC, it says "Could not open the file - - - - .3g2 because it is not a file that Quicktime understands. Any ideas or thoughts?

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    you need QuickTime 6.5.1 or newer to view .3g2 files.

    You can also use the Megable video program - that will even allow you to use Windows Media Player, if that's your kick.
    Last edited by Humpa; 12-26-2004 at 02:32 PM.

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    I am trying to get the Nextel dance party commercial on my phone and cannot seem to make it the right format. It is a mov file which is recongized by quicktime, but when I go to try to convert in mpeg4 it does not recongize the file. Am I missing a step? Also, I need to know of any other programs other than QT Pro that will edit the size(length) of the mpeg/wav etc... Thanks!

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    Originally posted by Humpa
    you need QuickTime 6.5.1 or newer to view .3g2 files.

    You can also use the Megable video program - that will even allow you to use Windows Media Player, if that's your kick.
    Updated my Quicktime and now it plays Much appreciated

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