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3GPP Philips Camcoder for Sony Ericsson P800
Posted on 29-Dec-2003 09:18 | Filed under: Software


3GPP Philips Camcoder for Sony Ericsson P800
If you have a Sony Ericsson P800 and want to record video with the built in camera, this software will do it for you.

The Philips Camcoder is a high quality audio video encoder and player for the Sony Ericsson P800 mobile phone. It provides real-time audio video grabbing and encoding in the MPEG-4/H263 video format as specified by the 3GPP standard. It is fully integrated into phone application environments such as MMS, BT, IR and e-mail. Recorded videos can be played back on all 3GPP compliant players such as but not limited to Philips Platform4 PC Player and Apple Quicktime 6.3.

Audio Video Specification
  • Run-time selection of video encoding standard MPEG-4 SP / H.263
  • AMR-NB audio grabbing
  • Run-time selection of video quality setting : High, Medium, Low
  • Run-time selection of frame rate: 5 fps, 7.5 fps, 10 fps, 12.5 fps, 15 fps
  • Run-time selection of frame size: QQVGA, sQCIF
    General Features
    Capture
  • Captured audio video clips can be saved as 3GPP (.3gp) files in phone memory or Memory Stick
  • Simultaneous audio video recording
  • Output file size is compatible with MMSC : 50, 75, 100, 150 kB
    Play back
  • Playback of 3GPP files attached to MMS and e-mail or downloaded from a WAP page
  • Full screen mode
  • Audio video lip synch
  • Video album supporting functionality such as Play, Rename, Copy, Delete, Move, Info, Send as
  • Captured 3GP files can be attached to MMS and e-mail or sent via IR or Bluetooth

    Requirements: 1MB of RAM, 500 kB of storage and Organiser firmware CXC162001 R2A14 or later









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