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Video file types supported by enV Touch?

Discussion in 'LG enV' started by Klown69, Sep 17, 2009.

  1. Klown69

    Klown69 New Member

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    I'v heard that the enV touch supports MPEG-4 and WMV but does it support any others such a MOV, AVI, etc. ???
     



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  2. NeoBox3

    NeoBox3 Invisible LG Man

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    .3GPP2/.3GPP [.3gp / .3g2 ]

    I am not sure about .mp4 I know they dont support the others. xD
     
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  3. Klown69

    Klown69 New Member

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    Thanks for the help man but I'm not familiar with these file types. Are these filename extensions...if so I'm not sure I've ever come across them. Can they be played through Windows Media Player?
     
  4. NeoBox3

    NeoBox3 Invisible LG Man

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    Yes these are file name extensions... [or file types ;) ]
    when you shoot video on your phone it makes a .3g2 file.
    yes .3gpp, .3gpp2 [.3g2] can be played in Windows Media Player.
    I have played a few in Windows Media Player 12 [I have Windows 7 Ultimate]
     
  5. Klown69

    Klown69 New Member

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    Thank you so much...I appreciate the info!
     
  6. NeoBox3

    NeoBox3 Invisible LG Man

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    No problem
     
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    is there anyway to convert .avi .mpg etc. to the .3GPP2 file type?
     

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