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Palm T|X and Movies ....

May 10, 2006
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Hello all,

I'm sorry if this has been asked and answered before but i can't seem to find it from searching ...

I just just got a Palm T|X and would like to watch movies on it. I have some movie files on my Mac and a video player installed on my Palm but i would just like some info on how to actually compressess these films / video's so they are small enough to fit onto my Palm and also so the proportions are right etc.

So basically i have a Mac, movies and a Palm T|X but no idea how to get them onto it - just really need to know a program for a Mac that will compress my files to the correct size etc. for a Palm.

Any help on this would be massively appreciated.


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