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Topic # 12753 4-Apr-2007 01:10
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Trying to convert some avis and divx files to run on my pocket PC but not sure what file format I need to convert them to.

Anyone know what standards are compatible with the version of media player embedded in it?

Or an alternative player that plays DivX files?


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  Reply # 66217 4-Apr-2007 06:36
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I have had  success using Super converting divx to mpeg 1




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  Reply # 66259 4-Apr-2007 11:13
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freitasm: Windows Media Player Mobile will play WMA, MP3, WMV files... For a more complete set of files and codecs, I suggest the Core Media Player.




Does this replace TCPMP?

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  Reply # 66440 5-Apr-2007 13:04
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freitasm: Yes. New name. New branding. Same stuff.




Did you always have to pay for it for a SmartPhone? Was free for the JasJar. Do you know if it will change orientation to landscape when in full screen like media player does, I quite like that (although teh 1210 does not have the power to play WMV, hence why looking at TCPMP).

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