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Old 08-26-2007, 05:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible? And how big a MicroSD card would you need?
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It is possibe! and for instance I put 300 on and when it was all said and done it took up 374 megs. I alos have office space and it takes up about 275 megs
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Do you have to convert it or will the regular format of the movie work ok?
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you need DVD decrypter and then you use BB Video and that will convert the 1-4 gig video into the proper AVI format!
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I suggest the 4Gb microSD cards, especially if you are going to add movies. As stated above they use around 300 mb's of space each.

There is a sticky in the Media Forum for the best deals on SD cards. good luck.
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Thanks alot guys. Will try it out soon...Have a long trip coming up and it will come in handy.
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Thanks alot guys. Will try it out soon...Have a long trip coming up and it will come in handy.
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