According to the description on the web site, it should allow you to browse and download DivX movies but, from what i've seen, it's just a basic RSS news reader and i haven't yet found a way to download and play movie files attached to the posts.
There are some music videos and movie trailer available to download from the mobile web site though so you can use them to try out the player. First impressions of the player were very bad: I hate this kind of nonsense crap. Fortunately, the player itself looks pretty good.
As i said, it looks a lot like smartmovie. I actually wouldn't be surprised if they had simply licensed it. It supports both windowed and full screen video playback. On the E61, you'll have to tweak the settings to get the full screen mode to work properly in order to get the video to play in landscape mode, you have to choose The few music videos and trailers i've tried worked OK.
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Playback is smooth but the picture quality is awful, which is very disapointing given that modern smartphones are able to play video with near-DVD video quality. I haven't yet tried with any other file than those offered on the DivX mobile web site though.
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Overall, it looks promizing. If they sort out their RSS reader to make it easy to find and download videos and if the videos are of better quality than those offered so far on their web site , it might become a cool application.
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There are a few quirks: This might be a desirable behaviour in some cases but I'd like to be able to choose in the settings whether or not the player should automatically pause when sent to the background - as with most crossplatform applications, the application uses non-standard and pretty bad looking UI controls. Not such a big deal for a video player i suppose tough. Very frustrating.
Last edited by elp; at For the player at least, you don't have to register to be able to download it. I was quite shocked by the amount of personal information that it asked for so I didn't register. So I've tried with a few small DivX files i've found, including the test DivX file provided on the DivX web site the normal one not the mobile one to test if the DivX codecs have been installed properly and none of them worked.
The player compains about DIV3 codec not found. So it seems that this player is only able to play DivX files encoded specifically for mobiles which renders it a lot less useful than i imagined. Does anyone know if their is a way to alter volume whilst playing videos using Divx Player?
I have an N73, and whilst the image quality is good, the volume is too loud whithout earphones and too quiet with them and unadjustable in both occurances. Does anyone know a work around for this? Earl Earl is offline. Originally Posted by ojobson. Ascott Ascott is offline.
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DVDPlayer is a video player designed for your phone which includes all the codecs needed to watch fullscreen DivX and XviD movies on your mobile handset. The program's main interface offers you all the tools you need to play, pause, scan forward and back, or load a new film from memory or an expansion card. Playing with these options, it's possible to compress two hours of video into MB, allowing you to get the most out of your phone's expansion cards.
Fullscreen playback on compatible handsets Start at a user-defined position Fast forward and backward. Do you recommend it? Author's review DVDPlayer is a video player designed for your phone which includes all the codecs needed to watch fullscreen DivX and XviD movies on your mobile handset.
Key program features: Fullscreen playback on compatible handsets Start at a user-defined position Fast forward and backward A complete solution for watching DVD movies on your cell phone.