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    Video Help!!!!plz

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    ok my gf sent me a vidoe and its 3GPP2 and i cant find anything to change the filetype to put on my BB PEARL i tried ROxio and alot other can someone help?

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    supervideo, or imtoo3gp works great
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    thx lot man bout to try it

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    no worries
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    convert it to avi file using imtoo3gp convertor or total video convertor

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    Yup~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    I can't resist hooting the horn of open source software... VLC handles 3GP, along with lots of other protocols,

    http://www.videolan.org/vlc/features.html

    It does so through its own libraries, not via installed codecs, and is available across the board, on Windows, Apple, Linux, and just about every reasonable OS on any reasonable hardware -- without the spying or collateral installs that many other media players inveigle you into.

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