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  1. temotornado

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    Hey !

    actually i didnt found any app that allowes me to watch dowloaded cinema movies on my desire. may u can help me ?

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    I'm going to give that program a go,I've been using handbrake to convert my movies,but that doubletwist looks good.
     
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    Havent tried double-twist yet but am going to give it a go, however, I currently use Videora to convert mine. I just use the iphone 3gs format which is mp4 and it seems to work fine. A 700Mb file converts down to about 600Mb, so would be interested to know what sort of size changes anyone else has seen using double-twist.

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    Oh and once you get them converted, just dump them on your SDCard and then go to Photos (Don't ask me why) and you will see a section entitled Videos where you will find your films etc.
     
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    I've been using Oxelon to convert all my movies, worked for me when I was still a Symbian junkie. Converts to Mp4 and plays from your pics.
     
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    Hi,
    can anyone please help me I am trying to watch movies on my desire hd? this may sound stupid but have loads of dvd's can I transfer them on to my laptop and then on to my phone?? if so what downloads do I use and so on! sorry but as the name suggests I am new to this!!!
     
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    Download swarm then choose whichever torrent site want to use...
     
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    I use Cucusoft, this will convert any dvd to mp4 format which will then play on your phone... a decent micro sd card speed (class 4/6) will ensure you can view without speech lag when playing back..
     
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    You can also try Handbrake if the above doesn't work out well for you.
     
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    If we are talking about DVD's, then I'd also use Handbrake. It is easy to use and will offer excellent compression with a good video quality.
     
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    If your movies are in DivX or Xvid (avi) format then no need to reformat, just copy to your SD card. I then use Rockplayer to watch them and they work just fine

    EDIT: Apologies, just realised the thread was resurrected by New Boys question re ripping DVDs to watch on the Desire!
     
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