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Topic # 7647 1-May-2006 09:27
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I am having trouble converting videos using nokia pc suite. i can convert mpg files fine using it by just saving the file to my phone and it does it automatically. The only problem is a can't convert wmv. i havn't tried any others as of yet... i've been thinking of using an outside program such as ulead video studio 9 to convert wmv to mpg first then convert to 3g2 for my phone.

Any help would be appreciated

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Reply # 34367 1-May-2006 10:49
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You do have to convert to mpg or avi first. Im not aware of any program that can convert from wmv to 3gp/3g2



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Reply # 34396 1-May-2006 14:37
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thanks

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Reply # 34471 1-May-2006 22:11
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Try Magicbit 3gp convertor
http://www.dvd2portable.com/3gpconverter.html

It converts from wmv to 3g2 or 3gp (whichever one you want) you will need a registered copy to convert, but there are ways and means....;-)

Not that i would ever condone piracy, but there it is, a great program to try.



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Reply # 34632 3-May-2006 17:05
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thanks for that ill give it a go. i just downloaded it

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Reply # 34689 3-May-2006 19:44
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Xilisoft Video Converter 3

Converts all types of video files to and from, excellent program....
There is a free version available to try, has 3 minute cap on trial, full version unrestricted




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Reply # 34855 4-May-2006 17:14
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tried magicbit 3gp converter. It works great. Thanks alot.
Good quality too

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