Forget about Zune, iPod and all the other fancy portable video players. You already have one in your pocket. Modern cell phones have an LCD almost as big as iPod's, and can play both video and audio.
The biggest advantage is the battery. You can easily watch five or six movies on a cell phone on one charge. Try that on an iPod or Zune. This becomes the critical factor when you are on a long international flight.
The problem is that it is difficult to get the video onto your phone in the proper format, until Crazi Video for Cell Phone.
River Past Crazi Video for Cell Phone is the easiest way to convert your video and audio for your cell phones. It accepts a wide range of video formats - 3GPP, 3GPP2, ASF, AVI, DAT (VCD), DivX, DV, FLIC animation, Animated GIF, MKV, MOV, MP4, MPEG-1, OGM, RAM, WMV and Xvid, and output to standard 3GP cell phone video, or WMV if you have a Windows Mobile based phone. You can also extract audio from those video formats, or convert AC3, AIFF/AIFC, APE, AU, FLAC, MP3, MPA, MPC, MKA, OFR, OGG, RA, SD2, SHN, SND, TTA, WAV and WMA audio to MP3 audio.
It can convert from un-encrypted DVD, from individual chapters or several seamless chapters as one unit.
It takes the aspect ratio into account so your video look just right, whether it is a wide movie trailer, or a vertical video recording.
Tags are supported for certain formats. There is a built-in tag editor.
Compatible with any cell phone which plays standard 3GP video. Compatible with Windows Mobile based Smart Phones.
Sorry, not compatible with PalmOS based phones and Blackberry.
No adware or spyware. Compatible with Windows Vista.
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Install Support: Install and Uninstall
Supported Languages: English
Additional Requirements: 500 mhz PC, DirectX 8.0 and QuickTime 7.0.3