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Old 12-24-2008, 10:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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first of all what format does a movie have to be to upload on the storm, I've tried to use media manager t upload a avi file won't work any suggestions. (please).
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my best guess is .mp4.
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3GP in my opinion is the best you get good quality, in a small package.
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thanks for the suggestions, downloading 3gp converter to try out. (past midnight so merry Christmas to all...)

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thanks for the suggestions, downloading 3gp converter to try out. (past midnight so merry Christmas to all...)
Same to you.
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I use an application called Handbrake. It already has a setting for the iPod touch. I have found the the same settings work great for the Storm.
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Thanks for the information. One question...I bought a couple of songs from iTunes and tried to load them into the Storm and nothing plays. The list says that .m4a is supported so I'm not sure what's going on. Do I need to use Blackberry Media Sync to make them work?
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Thanks for the information. One question...I bought a couple of songs from iTunes and tried to load them into the Storm and nothing plays. The list says that .m4a is supported so I'm not sure what's going on. Do I need to use Blackberry Media Sync to make them work?
Music purchased through the iTunes store is DRM enabled. Your iTunes music is supported as long as it is not DRM enabled.
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my question for all of you is since the storm plays movies in a 4:3 ratio aspect, is there any converter out there that will convert it and crop the video so that it is in this aspect and not stretch the movie?
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