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OK, so it was made to support the iPhone, but since the Bold has the same screen resolution and reads the same media files, it works great for Bold users (better get the 16GB micrSD card...).

    Videora iPhone 3G Converter does a few nice things:

  • In conjunction with DVDDecryptor, you can copy your DVDs that you OWN to your Bold, and watch them when you're on the road. Raiders of the Lost Ark takes  759MB, Star Trek II, 767MB.

  • It comes with a nice app that will easily download & convert YouTube videos Def Leppard - Photograph takes 12.5MB.

  • It has a Normal mode for humans and a Power mode for geeks who understand things like MPEG-4, H.264, QVGA, VGA, Kbps, 1 Pass, 2 Pass, AviSynth and who want the ability to change every possible video conversion setting.

  • It supports source AVI, WMV, etc.

  • It has some automation options I haven't looked at yet.

 
Image:Nice Windows ap to use with my Blackberry Bold: Videora iPhone 3G Converter
Videora gives you some nice controls

over the conversion process.

Image:Nice Windows ap to use with my Blackberry Bold: Videora iPhone 3G Converter
Videora lets you point to a Youtube video

and suck it down, then convert it

to play on your Bold.







Oh, and it makes me feel at home as Notes 8 Standard user, because every once in a while for no discernible reason, it randomly crashes. 8-)

Comments (2)
Craig Wiseman December 6th, 2008 08:13:26 AM

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1) Nice Windows ap to use with my Blackberry Bold: Videora iPhone 3G Converter
Jason Hook 12/6/2008 9:08:50 AM

Any MAC users reading this on the look out for a similar program might want to look at Handbrake: { Link }

2) Nice Windows ap to use with my Blackberry Bold: Videora iPhone 3G Converter
Craig Wiseman http://www.wiseman.La/cpw 12/6/2008 9:24:07 AM

Yes, Handbrake is nice as well.

There's a Windows version, too: { Link }

I have to go back and remember why I stopped using it.

I also wish that RIM would do a better job of supporting Mac users, but I guess it's a matter of them being a tiny share of the market. Not denying that they are opinion leaders!


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