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Old December 24th, 2009, 09:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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If you mount the DROID via usb you can browse through its folders until you find the videos. The are in the same folder with the pictures.
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Quicktime is usually good with everything including phone video files, I guess Realplayer is starting to go downhill since nobody uses it anymore. There is probably some codec/plugin to make it play .3gp files properly but not much of a point haha.

It sure does some very smooth video. Here is a video I took of some black powder ignition during a recent photoshoot. It seems that it failed to autofocus properly before starting to record however.
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can I wifi live video from my phone to the computer
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