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pavelbure007

8390 essentials and video players

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hi guys,

IM not much of a tech person. But i would still like to have my mio running.

1. I really want it to play video, i heard beta player's good so i have it now.

WHAT FORMAT DOES IT PLAY? it doesn't play anything on mine (avi is the only format i didnt try)

2. I also tried pocket tv, but its not smooth at all.

3. IF and if i get it going, will it be slow if I play video on a 1g SD card? or the speed of the card is important?

thanks million

pavel

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1) Plays avi's only :D

2) Betaplayer IMHO is smoother

3) Size of SD card shouldn't matter, i dont think speed will make much difference either.

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thanks ,

so what exactly is betaplayer imho? is it another version of betaplayer? thanks.

and is betadivxencoder the program you need to make it the right resolution?

thank q

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lol, sorry Betaplayer IMHO is smoother is txt type. it means Beta player In My Humble Opinion is smoother!!!

sorry should have made clearer.

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thanks man.

ok, Im buying a sd today then.

so if i want to play mpg then I can only use pockettv kinda software that is not smooth ?

nice day!

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You can use pocket movies i think but you may need the GAPI fix for it to work, do a search for it in this section of the forum.

A alternative is to use virtual dub (which is free, google it) to make the file avi which you can then play with BetaPlayer and the file will be smaller.

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