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    video files

    i have an htc 6800.

    is it possible to watch movies on the phone. i have and 2 gb sd card. i already tried transfering the file onto the phone. however, the 6800 says it cant read the file. i file i put was in windows media file.
    should i change the format or is the 6800 not capable to watch movies?

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    If you have Windows XP SP2, pop the movie open in Movie Maker and save it using the "Video for Pocket PC (Full screen 218 Kbps)" profile.

    This should make it playable on your 6800.

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    I'll try this on my S640, that should make life easy. Thanks

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    Yesterday I tried different solution,

    The best I found so far to transfer my DVD to my Touch Dual is Pocket DVD Studio

    I also tried Spb Mobile DVD, but Pocket DVD generated the best results.

    For a full movie, the file should between 500M and 750M (depending on lenght of the movie and the quality of encoding you select)

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    how do you watch movies on it? isn't the framerate 8 FPS?

    does it seem like a slideshow or no

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12 CHAN
    how do you watch movies on it? isn't the framerate 8 FPS?

    does it seem like a slideshow or no
    if you scale back the resolution and bit rate on the video, its actually not that bad.

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    FPS @ 30 and resultion @ 320x240, it's pretty nice actually. Good enough to pass time while waiting @ the airport. but the key is the encoding bitrate @ 700 kpbs.

    MicroSD 4G or more is a must . With 6G I have 3 full movie (over 1.5G), my music and enough room to carry office document.

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    Definately works on the HTC.

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