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source - korea iaudio.com
checking here... sorry...useing the explorer plz
the link doesn't work,
can you give the korean iaudiolink, and then explain where you find the movie please?
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Yeah the link is broken, can you please post the korean iaudio link ?
It worked for me, just save it to your hard drive.. right click, "save target as"..
"save target as" works for me!
Not for me, still broken in Mozilla that is but downloads fine in IE.
That's a good real life example. I would like to download a video encoded for the DAP now so I can see for myself an accurate representation.
It works pour moi, and thanks.
Yes, with Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 it works but not with Firefox!
I downloaded the movie through Firefox without any problem. I saw and it is not good in IMHO.
It didn't work in Firefox 0.8 but now works fine in Firefox 1.0.3. I think it's more to do with the site being a slow one.
with me it worked fine, I did the "save-the-target-as"-action to download it. it's a pretty nice movie, although it's very short.
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It didn't work for me a couple days ago, but I finally got in. I just think that site was congested with a bunch of downloaders that's why people have had a hard time downloading.
I wouldn't read too much into that video. The iRiver H3xx can play video at 10fps and it plays very well with animations but anything else is pointless.
So seeing the X5 play animation doesn't prove much. I would much rather see how it handles non-animated movies.
At the end of the day, watching films on such a small screen is pointless anyway.
I think it's pointless to watch movies on that tiny little screen too. However watching videos taken from a digtical still camera might be of use. Of course this might not work because DSC use different movie formats that the X5 might not be able to read. If there was a solution then it would be a great feature because video takes up a lot of space on flash media and you'd want to dump the videos onto something like the X5 for storage as soon as possible.
I think it would be more usefull for short films to show to people who haven't seen them on the go.
Erasure have you watch any films/episodes on devices such as this? As you soon forget how small the screen is.
I disagree Timmer 10fps is acceptable. I have The Matrix on my SmartPhone which is 15fps and is fine. I've also seen Underworld in 10fps and that was fine too.
I've lastly seen the Kylie advert on the H320 and it looked great, nice and sharp and good quality also.
Another use is for storing better quality home movies on.
I don't carry photos of my family in my wallet, I have them on my phone.
The X5 would allow me to carry short movies of my family, friends etc taken with my digital camera.. Shame it won;t play MPEGs straight back but you can't have everything.
I would also store music videos and movie clips...
One thing that is realy important is how small text cat be seen in the movies.
You're not thinking of watching subtitled films on it are you?
It may be possible. From that video you can actually read "Dreamworks Pictures Presents" which looks to be about the size of most subtitles. I'm looking forward to using the video feature a lot. Music videos would be awesome.
i agree with mint cheerios, the first thing im going to do is rip acdc's family jewels on, that would be sweet!
Like I said I'm 100% sure it will be possible but whether your eyes will cope after 30 mins is another matter.
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