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DVD to Pocket PC
Posted on 7-Apr-2004 22:51 | Tags Filed under: Software

DVD to Pocket PC
This software allows you to convert a DVD to your Pocket PC and watch it in great quality, with stereo sound and in full screen landscape mode. A memorycard as small as 128 Mb is sufficient to store a full length feature film (up to a hundred minutes). Take your DVDs on the plane, train or automobile, watch them on vacation, at work or at school. With only two clicks, this PC software automatically converts the content of your DVD to a super small movie file, which will play on any Windows Mobile 2003 device, such as HP iPaq, on a postage stamp size memory card.

You can use a headset or the built-in speaker to listen to the sound. Subtitled and foreign language DVD's are also supported. Using Microsoft's supreme Windows Media 9 encoding, feature films look crisp and sharp on your Pocket PC and still fit on a relatively small Secure Digital card. On the just released 1 Gb sd-card, you can even crunch eight feature films !

The tryout version allows you to convert 5 minutes of a DVD.

Important: This software may only be used to convert personally owned DVDs. Makayama Software supports fair use.


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