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PictPocket Cinema for Pocket PC
Posted on 8-Sep-2003 20:49 | Tags Filed under: Software

PictPocket Cinema for Pocket PC
The best Video player for Pocket PC just got even better. New in version 3.0 are video pause, single frame advance and fast forward controls as well as an enhanced thumbnail preview bar. DigiSoft has added a desktop converter that even allows you to display AVI or QuickTime movies with unsupported video codecs right on your Pocket PC. DigiSoft's PictPocket Cinema has been nominated by Pocket PC Magazine as "Best Software of the Year 2002 and 2003."

PictPocket supports WMV, ASF, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVI and QuickTime video. Not only can you view your pictures and image files anytime, anywhere on your Pocket PC, but now you can watch streaming video right on your handheld. Bring your favorite movie or TV show with you on a trip. Show off video clips of your child's first steps and then enhance them with real-time contrast and brightness adjustment. PictPocket Cinema truly revolutionizes the multi-media market for hand-held computing. DigiSoft's PictPocket Cinema has essentially placed a movie theater right into the palm of your hand (long lines, sticky floors and stale pop corn are sold separately).

PictPocket Cinema is a unique multi-media viewing program. A truly mobile application, it supports many different static image and video file formats including WMV, ASF, AVI, QuickTime, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 video (with sound) for movie and picture viewing anytime, anywhere.

  • Improved, smoother playback of MPEG video New support for AVI and QuickTime video, including streaming video
  • Supports MPEG-1, MPEG-2, AVI and MOV video Save single frames from movies/video files
  • Real-Time Contrast and Brightness with preview window
  • Full screen capture functionality
  • Video Streaming
  • Save single frame from video
  • Real time contrast and brightness adjustment
  • Slide show mode including voice (.wav) or sound files


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