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Old 11-13-2008, 09:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well i just got a bold with an 8gig memory card, and i want to put movies onto it. One movie i want to put on is " 300 " I have it saved on my computer in both DvD form and Blue Ray. How would i go about putting them onto my blackberry and which one should i put on?
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Old 11-13-2008, 10:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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In a (small) nutshell, you hafto get a program that will be able to convert it from DVD to 3gp
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Go .MP4 480 x 320.

Isn't .3gp and .3gpp [.3g2] maxed out at 352 x 288?

If you hit the search feature or even look at the bottom of page 1 or 2 you'll see a few post about this. I think this is about the 3rd, maybe 4th post about this is like a day or two.

I'm no the pro by any means, but I must have copied and pasted this 4 times now........
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I'm using this, Nidesoft DVD Ripper and it has been working great. I opted for the ripper / converter suite myself. I was having a little issue with the snapshot button, but there support team was really responsive and we worked together to get it fixed. Turns out it was a vista compatibility issue.

The options and ability the software offers to use multiple devices are pretty good.

For now I am using the .MP4 for Blackberry from their drop down and changing the screen format to 480 x 320. It rips pretty quickly, with my estimated time at about 30 minutes for a full length 90 minute or so movie. I usually set it up, walk away do something else while it's ripping.

Also after playing around I have come to these settings that suit me for viewing, sound quality and good compression:

- BlackBerry MPEG-4 video
- 480 x 320 resolution

TV Show DVD's:

- 256 video bitrate
- 32 audio bitrate

Movie DVD's:

- 384 video bitrate
- 32 audio bitrate

Music Video / Concert DVD's:

- 512 video bitrate
- 128 audio bitrate

You can also crop, trim, enhance the volume, adjust the color and so on via the menus.
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Try total video converter - I have converted 3 movies and they show beautifully on the bold you just have to adjust screen resolution and format.
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Go .MP4 480 x 320.

Isn't .3gp and .3gpp [.3g2] maxed out at 352 x 288?

If you hit the search feature or even look at the bottom of page 1 or 2 you'll see a few post about this. I think this is about the 3rd, maybe 4th post about this is like a day or two.

I'm no the pro by any means, but I must have copied and pasted this 4 times now........
__________________________________________________ _______________

I'm using this, Nidesoft DVD Ripper and it has been working great. I opted for the ripper / converter suite myself. I was having a little issue with the snapshot button, but there support team was really responsive and we worked together to get it fixed. Turns out it was a vista compatibility issue.

The options and ability the software offers to use multiple devices are pretty good.

For now I am using the .MP4 for Blackberry from their drop down and changing the screen format to 480 x 320. It rips pretty quickly, with my estimated time at about 30 minutes for a full length 90 minute or so movie. I usually set it up, walk away do something else while it's ripping.

Also after playing around I have come to these settings that suit me for viewing, sound quality and good compression:

- BlackBerry MPEG-4 video
- 480 x 320 resolution

TV Show DVD's:

- 256 video bitrate
- 32 audio bitrate

Movie DVD's:

- 384 video bitrate
- 32 audio bitrate

Music Video / Concert DVD's:

- 512 video bitrate
- 128 audio bitrate

You can also crop, trim, enhance the volume, adjust the color and so on via the menus.
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The trial worked but the paid version doesn't!!! Tried emailing their support since 12-27 requesting help or a refund!!!!
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Old 01-24-2009, 06:59 AM   #7 (permalink)
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If you dont care about the waste of space on your card,
any DVD rip converted to a divx/avi will work - like those things you mostly find in the internet ( ~700MB one movie file )

If you have an original DVD, you still have to rip it to a divx. But there is no need for a special "blackberry-version.
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The trial worked but the paid version doesn't!!! Tried emailing their support since 12-27 requesting help or a refund!!!!
hi, I am custom service from nidesoft studio.
firstly, I am so sorry about the inconvenience that has brought to you. I apologize for that.
In fact, we check our feedback email everyday and I am sure we have replied all emails sent on 12-27. Maybe the email got lost due to system problem, so would you please give me another email address so that we can contact with you to solve your problem as soon as possible. Thanks!
Best wishes!
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