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    Brew
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    i just got this phone and love it, but i was wondering if it is possible to put videos from my computer onto the phone? what type of file would it have to be?


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    Re: Samsung Trace (t-519)

    anyone?



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    Re: Samsung Trace (t-519)

    i know im a newbie, but someone out there must be able to help me. if we dont contribute and help each other out, what is the point of this forum?



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    Re: Samsung Trace (t-519)

    .3gp
    h.263 video format
    176 x 144 QCIF
    and the rest doesn't really matter



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    Re: Samsung Trace (t-519)

    Quote Originally Posted by xsaulx
    .3gp
    h.263 video format
    176 x 144 QCIF
    and the rest doesn't really matter

    I had trouble with finding the right settings. I don't have the option for h.263 video format with Samsung PC Studio (or at least I haven't found it yet) but the following has worked for me on the t-519 from t-mobile. (USA)

    I use a program called Samsung PC Studio (Available from samsung.com). The Multimedia Manager portion fo this program allows you to convert a movie (.mpeg, .avi, .divx...) to 3gp format using the "Create movie" button. You have some formatting options available. The settings that I used to successfully play an episode of the simpsons on my T-519 were:
    -choose the phone in the first column (SGH-T519)
    -Resolution of 128x96 (SubQCIF)
    -File Format 3GP

    ---Advanced Options:
    Codec: -MPEG-4 SP
    Frame Rate: -15 fps
    Resize: -Speed
    Quality: -Medium
    Audio Codec: -AMR
    Mode: -AMR_NB_MR122
    ---

    You have the option of adding a subtitle and of breaking up the file into chunks (mainly for multimedia messaging service MMS).

    Be sure to check "Save to Phone" before clicking start. Alternately save the file to your PC and then upload the file to your phone over either Bluetooth or a data cable. This is usefull if the file is to large to fit on the phone and needs to go directly to the memory card.

    I have successfully played video from the micro-SD card and I intend to put some south park and simpsons episodes on my trace for a long flight next month.

    Other settings may work for you, I kept getting 3gp files that would not play until I changed the audio codec from AAC to AMR. Some mpeg video files only allow me to set fps to zero, they do not play on the phone when converted.

    Good Luck, and a shiny nickel to the person who posts a link to a non T-Mobile crippled firmware for the trace. This great phone could be so much better.

    -Kit



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    samsung pc studio doesn't work for that! try searching for another program or use quicktime pro.



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