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  1. #1
    James Luff
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    Hi,

    I have a Nokia N70 which seems like a pretty good phone, but it has a built
    in video player called pvPlayer. This is supposed to play .mp4 videos but I
    am having some problems with it. The sample videos shipped on the memory
    card all play at a really slow choppy frame rate (fine when viewed via my
    PC). I have also tried converting some short video clips to .mp4 format but
    when I try to view them on the phone the sound is completely screwed. What's
    up with the pvPlayer? Am I doing something wrong?

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  2. #2
    Matt Wheeler
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    Re: pvPlayer problems


    "James Luff" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi,
    >
    > I have a Nokia N70 which seems like a pretty good phone, but it has
    > a built in video player called pvPlayer. This is supposed to play
    > .mp4 videos but I am having some problems with it. The sample videos
    > shipped on the memory card all play at a really slow choppy frame
    > rate (fine when viewed via my PC). I have also tried converting some
    > short video clips to .mp4 format but when I try to view them on the
    > phone the sound is completely screwed. What's up with the pvPlayer?
    > Am I doing something wrong?
    >


    Assuming you also have realplayer on the N70, have you tried playing
    the video in that ?





  3. #3
    James Luff
    Guest

    Re: pvPlayer problems

    Matt Wheeler wrote:
    > "James Luff" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Hi,
    >>
    >> I have a Nokia N70 which seems like a pretty good phone, but it has
    >> a built in video player called pvPlayer. This is supposed to play
    >> .mp4 videos but I am having some problems with it. The sample videos
    >> shipped on the memory card all play at a really slow choppy frame
    >> rate (fine when viewed via my PC). I have also tried converting some
    >> short video clips to .mp4 format but when I try to view them on the
    >> phone the sound is completely screwed. What's up with the pvPlayer?
    >> Am I doing something wrong?
    >>

    >
    > Assuming you also have realplayer on the N70, have you tried playing
    > the video in that ?


    I do have the Real player, but how do you do that? It only seems to open
    audio files.

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  4. #4
    Matt Wheeler
    Guest

    Re: pvPlayer problems


    "James Luff" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Matt Wheeler wrote:
    >> "James Luff" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>> Hi,
    >>>
    >>> I have a Nokia N70 which seems like a pretty good phone, but it
    >>> has
    >>> a built in video player called pvPlayer. This is supposed to play
    >>> .mp4 videos but I am having some problems with it. The sample
    >>> videos
    >>> shipped on the memory card all play at a really slow choppy frame
    >>> rate (fine when viewed via my PC). I have also tried converting
    >>> some
    >>> short video clips to .mp4 format but when I try to view them on
    >>> the
    >>> phone the sound is completely screwed. What's up with the
    >>> pvPlayer?
    >>> Am I doing something wrong?
    >>>

    >>
    >> Assuming you also have realplayer on the N70, have you tried
    >> playing
    >> the video in that ?

    >
    > I do have the Real player, but how do you do that? It only seems to
    > open audio files.
    >


    on my 6630, open real player.
    go to "options" menu, then "open"->"Saved Clip".
    Then browse to where the video clip is stored, select it and it should
    play.





  5. #5
    James Luff
    Guest

    Re: pvPlayer problems

    Matt Wheeler wrote:
    >>>> I have a Nokia N70 which seems like a pretty good phone, but it
    >>>> has
    >>>> a built in video player called pvPlayer. This is supposed to play
    >>>> .mp4 videos but I am having some problems with it. The sample
    >>>> videos
    >>>> shipped on the memory card all play at a really slow choppy frame
    >>>> rate (fine when viewed via my PC). I have also tried converting
    >>>> some
    >>>> short video clips to .mp4 format but when I try to view them on
    >>>> the
    >>>> phone the sound is completely screwed. What's up with the
    >>>> pvPlayer?
    >>>> Am I doing something wrong?
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>> Assuming you also have realplayer on the N70, have you tried
    >>> playing
    >>> the video in that ?

    >>
    >> I do have the Real player, but how do you do that? It only seems to
    >> open audio files.
    >>

    >
    > on my 6630, open real player.
    > go to "options" menu, then "open"->"Saved Clip".
    > Then browse to where the video clip is stored, select it and it should
    > play.


    Excellent, that seems to solve it, thanks!

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