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Re: hey its me about the video streaming
Download TCPMP if you don't already have it installed and run the program. It's a great media player. Go to ->Options >Settings>SelectPage>File Associations. Check off the boxes of the file type that you were trying to play. Also make sure you check the bottom 3 boxes 1. Flash Video 2 HTTP protocol 3. MMS protocol These should enable the online sites to play.
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Well, if your PC run Windows XP, install ActiveSync. Otherwise, i.e. if it runs Vista or 7, install Windows Mobile Device Center instead. To freely download any of these programs, please, visit this page. Once the correct program is installed and running, the first time you connect your phone to your PC, you will be prompted to start a new partnership. You'll be able to select the items to be synchronized. E.g. if you want to sync your contacts, calendar and email messages, you should have Microsoft Outook running on your PC too. In order to sync your media files (pictures, music and video), Windows Media Player should be installed as well. Hope it works for you. Anyway, please, let me know if I can assist you any further. Regards,Carlos
you can usually put them on a memory card and the insert it in your phone then go to my stuff in the phone then go to memory card and select the movie or video its better to put it on the card cause you only have like 250mb worth of memory of the phone hope this was helpful :)
Videos will have different file types(Ex: .mp4,.mpeg,.vob,.avi etc).If you are using windows media player, all video file types are not supported.Install TCPMP Player which you can download from internet.It will play almost all filetypes.
Import your existing movie into Windows Movie Maker (WMM). If you wish, edit it.
When you are ready to publish, WMM has pre-set compression settings for PDA.
Once published, copy the file to your PDA memory card using a card reader or RAM using ActiveSync.
Note that Windows Media 9 is buggy on VGD machines, and you may see your movie at 1/2 screen resolution you intend. There is no way to fix this. Instead, I recommend Beta Player as an alternative (and more powerful, if uglier) movie player.
It is free. Download the Latest Stable Player.