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    Re: Converting a DVD

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    Use DVDFabDecrypter. It's free and will copy pretty much any current release. It will copy the DVD to your hard drive, so make sure you have a minimum of 10 GB free just in case.

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    Re: Converting a DVD

    Does anyone know of any decent FAQ's available on the internet for this?
    I've just bought a 2gb card for my blackberry and would love to be able to watch a movie on it.
    It would make those long train journeys so much more interesting!

    Dan.

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    Re: Converting a DVD

    Can someone give me a brief walk through with DVDFabDecrypter. I converted the video with the Blackberry video converter but i cant find the video that i converted in order to put it on my pearl!!!

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    Re: Converting a DVD

    Quote Originally Posted by danbevington
    Does anyone know of any decent FAQ's available on the internet for this?
    I've just bought a 2gb card for my blackberry and would love to be able to watch a movie on it.
    It would make those long train journeys so much more interesting!

    Dan.
    Try Videohelp.com for more information on converting DVDs and the such.

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    Re: Converting a DVD

    I have put together a tutorial on how to convert DVDs to a Blackberry. I have tested it with my 8320 Curve and seems to work fine.

    The average movie size is 150-200MB so get a memory card.

    The video quality is very good and Blackberry Video Converter works well for the job. Now I can watch videos over lunch at work.

    Take a look at it:

    How-to Convert DVDs to Blackberry Video Converter Tutorial

    You can get it from my site - free-bb-video.blogspot.com


    Let me know what you think.

    If there is enough interest I will make a more detailed guide.

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