Crystal Player Mobile - CrystalPlayer Mobile is a video player for Series 60 mobiles.
It is powered by CrystalMobile video engine, which was especially researched and developed to support high-quality, full motion and low bitrate movie playback and recording on mobile platforms.
Both CrystalPlayer Free and Professional can be used to encode files from any kind of source (DivX, MPEG2, MPEG4, whatever) into .CME format suitable for CrystalPlayer Mobile. Consult CrystalPlayer on Windows help on how to use it.
· - Playback of 176x144 100kbps with 6 FPS, 160x128 56 kbps with 12 FPS
· - Full color support through true color dithering
· - Convenient filebrowser allowing easy searching for needed movie
· - Preview icons and playback
· - Brightness/Contrast/Saturation settings
Expect the following features in the next releases:
· - Sound support in .CME files
· - Video recording from build-in camera
· - Video conferencing support through GPRS & Bluetooth
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