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    I just got my 8900 n I wanted to put a movie in it, the dark knight. I got the digital copy n I have it on my pc. But idk how to transfer it my 8900. Does anyone have a clue?
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    Don't think you can transfer a digital copy. I tried and so have others.

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    You will be able to if you can convert it to .3gp, there are numerous programs you can use to do this.

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    Any suggestions on which programs to use?
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    I stopped converting when I discovered how 4.5 supports quite a few video formats. I now just drag and drop .avi's I download off bittorrent right onto my memory card and press play and 4 out of 5 times it plays it.

    Just watched 24 last night on my BB on the way home. Damn it Tony Almeida, why did you kill the head federal agent dude?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackninja View Post
    I stopped converting when I discovered how 4.5 supports quite a few video formats. I now just drag and drop .avi's I download off bittorrent right onto my memory card and press play and 4 out of 5 times it plays it.
    I do the same thing. I downloaded Yes Man before it came out on Blu-Ray and it works. I did however (same thing for Transporter 3) had to encode it because the A/V was off a second or two. I cannot deal with that at all so I'm prepared. You can find this out when you play the video, skip ahead 6 or 7 minutes and press play and see if the A/V is off.

    You can use one of several encoders.... Any Video Converter or Super C. There are a few others...
    Nokia N900 32GB [Unlocked]
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    OS: Maemo 5 (Debian Linux)
    Version: [PR 1.3] 20.2010.36-2

    Flash Memory: A-Data 16GB SDHC CL6-Turbo
    Overclocked @1Ghz

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    Which would be fastest, easiest and more importantly...FREE!

    Any ideas?
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    Super C, but to be honest like blackninja a lot of the avi's work right off the back. I am watching Lost season 3 and all I did was downloaded it and dragged and drop. I don't like the black empty space on the top and bottom of the screen so I just re-encoded so I can have a full screen. But try Super C it's free
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    Quote Originally Posted by asadun View Post
    I've downloaded some videos from there. Watching a movie in 3GP is very poor quality (slightly better than Youtube on your phone) and would not recommend.
    Nokia N900 32GB [Unlocked]
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    So which would be the best site to use? N is there a link for Super C
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    Go here http://www.videora.com/ , it's what I use.

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    Which format is a movie file supposed to be in to fit on my 8900?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekzt1nr View Post
    Which format is a movie file supposed to be in to fit on my 8900?
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    The BlackBerry website says it supports the following:
    Video Format Support: DivX, XviD (MPEG4 Advance Simple Profile), H.263, WMV3
    The specs are here:
    http://na.blackberry.com/eng/devices...ifications.jsp

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