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    Transfer Camera's Video to Desktop

    Can video taken with the phone's camera be transferred to the desktop? I know Real Player seems to be the file of choice, but I can't even play the files on my pc. Anyone have an idea if transferring the video to a pc is even possible. Any help appreciated

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    The best way I know is through a Micro SD Card; either that or if your computer has bluetooth on it.

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    I re-read your post. Did you get them over to your computer but now they won't play?

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    Hi,

    The (my) i760 records in 3GPP2 format and it plays fine with Apple Quicktime on my computer. I suppose there are other programs that will support the format but, that's what popped up when I clicked the file.

    Ed

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    Yes, I did move the file over to the computer, but Real Player does not play the file which appears to be a Real File. As far as Quick Time goes, I just installed that so I'll try it out and see how it goes. Thanks for the help guys

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    you can also try vlc

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    Red face

    Quote Originally Posted by byrnsey88 View Post
    you can also try vlc

    Maybe working too hard, but VLC? Elaborate, please.

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    Vlc is a media player that plays just about every file.
    VLC media player for Windows

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