Movie question

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  1. Ramphog

    Ramphog New Member

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    After I shrink a movie to the right size ( I use DVD Fab 7) where would I store the movie at on the droid..... as in what folder to get it to play.....

    also what movie playing program would you recommend to view the movie.



    Also is there a better app for playing MP3's... or better yet.. what is your favorite app for playing MP3's.....



    Man this phone is incredible......... everyday I am amazed a little bit more...............


    Thanks if you can assist.
     
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    Make a folder on your SD card named videos and drop your videos in there, the system should pick up on them
     
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    also depending on what format you are using ie: avi, divx, .mpeg. you can use "Rock Player" which will play any movie on your droid.
     
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    By the way, I still feel this way about my Original Droid and I have had it for almost a year :D
     
  5. Ramphog

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    Very cool..... thanks allot.....



    Will attempt here in a few............
     
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    I use both RocketPlayer (for avi and mkv), and Act 1 (for mp4).



    I use Mixzing for my music.