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watching the video on a pocket pc

Started by johnsemlak, March 05, 2007, 11:25:53 AM

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johnsemlak

Hey

I don't have a video Ipod but I do have a Pocket PC/Phone.  I've tried putting Rico's video Podcast on it and it plays pretty poorly.  The audio's fine but the video is just one still every second or two.  I"m wondering if I haven't done something right.  I use software called TCPMP-a free player.

Any advice?

Rico

What formats can it play and did you have to convert the video first?  I have no idea on the processing/video power of a Pocket PC/phone.  You are better off just playing it on your computer directly.

johnsemlak

OK, knowing that it's not meant to be played on a mobile device changes my perspective.  I had thought it should be possible.

My PocketPC has a 400Mhz processor and 64SDRAM (whatever that means)


Rico

It's meant for PC viewing mainly, Video iPODS next.  It all depends on what format your device supports.  Does it support MPEG 4 files?

Poodyglitz

I wonder if Flash Lite imports video the way regular Flash does? If so, that might be a way of doing it.