Films on my nokia

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    ive got a 6220 classic

    what format of video does it use?

    ive downloaded an .avi file and put it on my 8gb card and when thats in the phone i cant play it

    i kind of expected it not to as its resolution would probably be too big

    so can anyone tell me what file format and what size

    i used convert x to dvd & win avi
     
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    .3gp will most probably work mp4 might aswell. You'll need a converter but I don't really know of one that does it perfectly. I have an n95 8gb and it came with a spiderman film on it. It was crystal clear but i've never seen anything come close to the same level of detail on a phone once converted. I can't remember the file format but google might be able to help.
     
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    found this on their site

    H.263, MPEG-4

    3GPP formats (H.263)
    Flash Video
    H.264/AVC
    MPEG-4
    RealVideo 7,8,9/10

    not sure what it all means though
     
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    It looks like it will play .3gp and mp4 which are common mobile phone formats. You could use the nokia pc suite software, it should be able to convert your film to a format which the phone will be able to read. The only problem is that you wont be able to tweak the settings, like sound, size and the like but its a simpler option.

    I found this guys blog with a lot of info and programs about converting video S60Tips.com » Converting Your Videos to RealPlayer

    I also found out the spiderman file was in dcf file format, but it appears its just a container for drm'd media, so it could have been a mp4, 3gp or another file type.

    Hope this helps
     

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