What movies do you currently have on your Nexus One?


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  1. Air Force One

    Air Force One Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I currently have:

    Pink Floyd's P.U.L.S.E. live at Earls Court: Ah, the colors :D

    iRobot: I like this one for some of the action scenes. They look great on the N1.

    I have others I'm preparing but they are not on my Nexus yet so I cannot post them.:D

    PF live at Earls Court looks simply stunning and I highly highly recommend for your own viewing and also for wowing your friends. Unbelievable colors and special effects just pop on the Nexus screen.

    Please post what you have on your Nexus so I and others can maybe get some ideas. :)
     

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  2. Buck Shot

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    I got all kid flicks for my daughter. Prob put 1 or 2 on there for me. the animated videos look crisp. They all do. i was actually surprised how clear they come out

    Shrek 2 & 3
    Dora
    Spongebob
    Monsters Inc
    iCarly
     
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    The Hangover
    Lucky Number Slevin
    Zombieland

    A few South Park, Futurama and The Office episodes :)
     
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    Eaglesfan9106 Well-Known Member

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    How do you get movies on ur device? I would guess you just make sure theyre the right format. Then just put em on youre sd card and have a app to play them ?
     
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    I have:

    Sorority Row
    Jennifers Body
    Zombieland
    and A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984
     
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  6. Air Force One

    Air Force One Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    rip a dvd to your computer and then convert it to a compatible format that will play on the Nexus. Then simply drag and drop the movie on to your sdcard. You don't need an app to play them. The built in player is just fine. Just open the movie from the sdcard and it should start playing.

    I use dvd shrink to rip the dvd and handbrake to convert to play on Nexus. Both are free programs and can be found via google search.

    Buckshot: I'm queuing up Monster's Inc. for conversion. Good call, I bet that looks sick :D

    octopi: the Hangover is another good one for some laughs:D
     
  7. Air Force One

    Air Force One Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    This one actually has some serious old school coolness.:D
     
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    i have one. A classic...

    Debbie Does Dishes
     
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    I had a corrupted SD card so unless I fix It i'm still stuck on my 4 gb card so no movies :<
     
  10. Air Force One

    Air Force One Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Sorry to hear mudrock. I'm hot for one of those 32gb sd cards. That's a lot of movies.
     
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    Brooklyn's Finest
     
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    3 cracking films there!
     
  13. Buck Shot

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    I got the info from someone on here. I use DVD shrink for the vids. Then take that file and use Handbrake to convert to MP4. Then copy onto SD card.
     
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    Iron man looks epic
     
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    Terminator 2 Judgement Day
    Pineapple Express
    American Psycho
     
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    the pacific parts I & II

    the screen really is spectacular!

    i was amazed at how easy it was to drag and drop them in there and then just go to the gallery... and there they are.

    it feels so awesome to be on an open system again!
     
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  17. MrNoSox

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    Apocalypse of the Dead
    The Dead Outside
    Survival of the Dead

    I'm kinda a zombie fan :)
     
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    Just to be sure he N1 won't play blu-ray will it? You know what never mind, I don't have a blu-ray drive on my laptop anyway.
     
  19. Junglist

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    yea it will, I ripped a bluray for ironman and converted it to mp4 and it looks awesome
     
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    Thanks for that confirmation Jung
     
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    (In DVD quality, much better that Utube) "The Black Hole" Grand Prize Winner in the Virgin Media Short Film Competition in 2008

    YouTube - The Black Hole

    Cheers!


    Lodger
     
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  22. Air Force One

    Air Force One Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    thanks for the posts guys ...keep them coming.

    I put a new one on last night: It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown

    It's a kids movie but I can still watch it.:D The colors are just fantastic.

    Next up I'm going to try some of the suggestions in this thread.:)
     
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    So I converted Pulp Fiction using handbrake and dropped it on my Nexus. When I go to play it I have sound but no video.... What am I doing wrong?
     
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    Finding Nemo, the colors are amazing!
     
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    The Matrix Trilogy :)
    All 6 Star Wars movies. :)
     
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