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# 15104 4-Aug-2007 16:09
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Hey all,

I have an i-Mate K-jam and was wondering if anyone else here has one (or knows much about them)

I managed to put a couple of music videos on (mp4 format) but when they play, they video is kinda laggy and pauses (the sound is not effected)

Help?

Oh and sorry if this is posted in the wrong place or there is already a topic with this info on it (im kind of new to the whole forum thing)

Regards

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  # 81135 4-Aug-2007 23:24
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After a bit of research, I found this program (Spb Mobile DVD) from http://handster.com/download.php?id=102

Its a good program and the videos are clear but they have annoying ads through out each video when converted.

Looks like im going to have to buy a full version code but I dont have a credit card..

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  # 81136 4-Aug-2007 23:39
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Have you tried looking in the software store link at the top of this page?


 
 
 
 




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  # 81167 5-Aug-2007 11:38
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Yeah even then its in US dollars and I dont have a credit card.

Im not sure how often I would use the program either..

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  # 81230 6-Aug-2007 05:38
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Try TMPCP. It is freeware, is very configurable and works great on my k-jam. It plays lots of different formats. You might have to hunt for it a bit.

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# 81257 6-Aug-2007 09:51
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  # 81278 6-Aug-2007 12:46
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I didn't realise it had changed names and was now a paid product. I will have to have a look at the new product. Certainly the version I have seems very good.

Cheers,

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