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    wildetudor
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    I know that regular AVI format movies can be converted to the MP4 format that is native to the Symbian default video player (Real Player). But it'd be so much easier if you could just copy an AVI file as it is and have it be played directly, with no conversion. Is it possible to install some sort of codec that would make this possible, or is there a player that can do this natively (similar to MPlayer on the PC)? Thanks in advance for any replies.


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    Re: Can AVI files be made playable on Symbians?

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    Re: Can AVI files be made playable on Symbians?

    yes using smartmovie



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    Re: Can AVI files be made playable on Symbians?

    You can play AVI files on Symbian's using DivX player.



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