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VIDEO: Makayama releases DVD to Smartphone conversion software
Posted by Carlo Guerrero - on Wednesday, 14.07.04 - 12:36:20 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 8479x
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Dutch software company Makayama today released "DVD to Mobile (Smartphone Edition)". This software lets users convert a DVD to a Smartphone and watch it in great quality, with stereo sound and in full screen landscape mode. A memory card as small as 128 Mb is sufficient to store a full length feature film.

Users can watch their DVDs on the go, on any Windows Mobile-based Smartphone, such as the Orange SPV-series, from a postage stamp size memory card. The software installs an encoding package on a PC with Windows XP, and a free player on the mobile phone. Users insert a DVD in the drive of their PC and with only two clicks, the software turns it into a super small movie file, which will play on the provided media player.

The headset or the built-in speaker can be used to listen to the sound. Subtitled and foreign language DVDs are also supported. Feature films look crisp and sharp on the phone and still fit on a relatively small Secure Digital card.

The free tryout version allows users to convert 5 minutes of a DVD. The retail price for the software is $24.99, available through (Affiliate Link)

According to Makayama all Smartphone 2002 and 2003 are supported.

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Posted by Laurence on 20.07.04 - 18:51:26

Hello Carlo,

I Was wondering, is there a version for windows mobile 2003 like in the XDA II? Thanks

Posted by Arne Hess on 20.07.04 - 18:58:22

[1] They have a version for the Pocket PC...

You can find it here

Mabuhay! ~ Carlo

Posted by Laurence on 20.07.04 - 19:16:29

Thanks Carlo,


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