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  1. #1
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    Thumbs down unable to play the rm file

    hiiiiiiiii everybody,

    i have converted a mpeg file to rm file and transferred it to my Nokia 3250 handset. I tried to play that clip through the RealPlayer. But, as soon as i play the clip it displays a message saying something like..."Unable to play both video and audio. Only one media is available to play."

    And it plays only the audio not the video. But, the same file plays both and video on my PC.

    can anyone please tell me what i need to do, to play both video and audio for a rm file.

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    Re: unable to play the rm file

    Hi,

    You need to convert rm file to a format which will support by the real player or any other player available in the phone. other wise need to make an application ( don't know its already there or not) to play rm file.

    Peter

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    Re: unable to play the rm file

    is your rm file playing fine on desktop?
    which converter you are using?
    may be the problem of bit rate that you have set?
    Use [URL="http://qt.nokia.com/products/qt-quick/"]Qt-Quick[/URL] to make your application UI more attractive.

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    Red face Re: unable to play the rm file

    hiiiiiiiii jitender,

    i am using Winavi converter to convert a avi file to rm.

    As far i know real player on the nokia handset, does support playing rm video

    files. please help me out. i need to play a .rm video file as per my requirement.

    and the .rm file which i have created, does play on real player 10, on my PC.

    please tell me, is there any other software that converters avi/mpeg files to rm, and that files can be viewed on mobile's

    real player.

    with regards,
    shirish(sunnie_y2s00)

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    Re: unable to play the rm file

    Hi,

    did you try Real producer? i have no idea of Winavi converter.
    Use [URL="http://qt.nokia.com/products/qt-quick/"]Qt-Quick[/URL] to make your application UI more attractive.

    [URL="http://store.ovi.com/content/271896"]http://store.ovi.com/content/271896[/URL] | [URL="http://store.ovi.com/content/276199"]http://store.ovi.com/content/276199[/URL] |[URL="http://store.ovi.com/content/276202"] http://store.ovi.com/content/276202[/URL] | [URL="http://store.ovi.com/content/280827"]http://store.ovi.com/content/280827[/URL]

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    Re: unable to play the rm file

    Hi,

    If the audio plays then there is no problem with the file format (I believe .rm is supported on 3250) but the most likely issue is that the resolution is too high/not supported. Try converting it to QCIF (176x144), that ought to work on the 3250.

    Hope that helps,
    Sorcery

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