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    How to: Convert video for 8100 w/QuickTime Pro

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    Okay so after playing around for several hours and reading other threads. I finally got movies working on my 8100.

    You need QuickTime Pro in order to convert the video.

    Open up the video you want with QuickTime Pro.

    Go to File>Export
    Export: Movie to 3G

    Now go to options>Video
    File Format: 3GPP (MobileMP4)
    Video Format: H.263
    Data Rate: 256
    Image Size: 176x144QCIF
    Frame Rate: 30
    Key Frame: Every 24 Frames
    Select okay>Save

    Once the video is done drag the new file to you SD card. And it should be good to go.

    Post up if you can improve this. Seeing the controls work rather slow while viewing on the BB.

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    Re: How to: Covert video for 8100 w/QuickTime Pro

    http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com...er_script.html

    Doesn't require quicktime pro and is a bit simpler

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    Re: How to: Covert video for 8100 w/QuickTime Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by kpishdadi
    http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com...er_script.html

    Doesn't require quicktime pro and is a bit simpler
    I tried that and seemed to have difficulty with it. Guess I really did not understand it. LOL*

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    Re: How to: Covert video for 8100 w/QuickTime Pro

    If you manage to get it set up correctly, you can just right click on a file and convert it.

    When the script is actually running you won't see anything happen but a little "Run Script" animation in your menu bar. I'll take a screenshot of it so you can see what I mean..

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    Re: How to: Covert video for 8100 w/QuickTime Pro

    Heres the script Running, you can see at the top of the screen where it says "Workflow Running" and there is a little red icon:




    heres how you get it to go after you get it set up:


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