PowerMovie Series 60v3 - Amazing Video player for Symbian OS Series 60v3 phones. Supports most popular formats such as like AVI(DivX, XVid), MP4. Inteligent design and high performance allow you to enjoy your favourite movies and clips wherever you are. Download clips you like either from the Internet or rip clips from DVDs and watch them on your phone.
supports most popular video formats: AVI(DivX, Xvid), MP4
full screen mode with THREE different orientations
high performance, watch your clips without delays
keep bookmark position you paused for many clips
Start with time function allows you to start playback at any time
sort the clips either by name or duration
adjust brightness, contrast and saturation for best image
What's new in 1.1 release
Now supports Nokia N95 and N93
New motion processing algorithm for smoother picture
Fixed many minor bugs
Since smartphones have screen size smaller than PCs have, it is highly recommended to convert video clips for screen resolution 320x240 to achieve the best performance. You can also use DVD ripping software to rip your favourite movies from DVD to AVI formats and watch them on your phone.
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