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How to Convert Videos for Your BlackBerry Using a Mac or a PC

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With specs similar to that of a year 2000 era PC, the BlackBerry is an impressive little mobile computer. With screen resolution getting bigger with every year, I’m finding that video is all the more watchable on your device. So for those of you with a long bus, train, or chopper commute, here’s how to convert video for your BlackBerry.

PC users should watch this demonstration on how to use the Roxio Media Manager for Blackberry. The Media Manager is easy to use and works well, if you don’t have it yet, download it here.

Mac users don’t benefit from a supported video conversion suite but not to worry: the process is not that much harder to do. All you have to do is choose a file type you would like to convert to, choose the settings appropriate to your device, then drop the completed file into iTunes and sync using the BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac.
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Share pictures, video and audio on Twitter with Tvider

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Tvider is a free app that lets you share pics, video and audio on Twitter. There are two main ways of sharing files, by uploading on the spot with “InstaPix”, “InstaVid” and “InstaAudio” or using a feature called “MemWhiz” which lets you select a file and attach a Tweet to it. The app is available for most BlackBerrys except touchscreen devices.

Download Tvider free OTA from http://tvider.com/u/mobile.

Total Control video surveillance from your BlackBerry half off

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Total Control for BlackBerry is an interesting app that lets you stream one, or multiple video feeds from a camera to your BlackBerry, allowing you to keep an eye on your property while you’re on the go.

Many of the complaints you hear from users about this application was that it’s too expensive. For the holidays, Total Control are offering their software for half price. If you’re looking for a remote surveillance solution for BlackBerry, then this discount may make the software a good option.

With 50% off, prices look like this:

Blackberry OS 4.3 & Up Singlecam Edition $29.99
Blackberry OS 4.3 & Up Multicam4 Edition $39.99
Blackberry OS 4.3 & Up Multicam8 Edition $44.99
Blackberry OS 4.3 & Up Multicam16 Edition $49.99

What do you think? Still too expensive? The holiday promotion is going on now and lasts until the 24th of December.

More pricing and details from TotalControlApp.com.

Free Vringo video ringtone app beta now for Tour and 8900 Curve

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Vringo is a video ringtone service for your mobile device that includes a social component so you can share your favorite videos with friends. When their beta launched this August they had support for only the Bold. Now Tour and 8900 Curve users try out their fully functional social and visual ringtone application.

The service provides a large catalog of free video ringtones and it also lets you turn your own videos into a video ringtone format.

Try the free Vringo video ringtone beta on your Bold, Tour, and Curve 8900.

To make and edit your own video ringtones, check out Vringo Studio.

BlackBerry videos roundup: Entourage, Hung, Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker

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In an effort to help you all out with expanding your BlackBerry devices media capabilities, each week we are gonna take a look at some of the hottest downloads from Videos4BlackBerry. As we’ve mentioned before Videos4BlackBerry is a one stop shop for videos on your Blackberry covering a lot of your TV favorites such as True Blood, Deadliest Catch, Rescue Me and so much more. So lets have a look at this week’s top videos.
Check out this week’s top videos for your BlackBerry

RealPlayer SP beta converts video for BlackBerry devices

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RealPlayer SP has launched in beta today and the service allows you to transfer any video to your BlackBerry for free. For $40 [one-time cost] you can upgrade to the RealPlayer Plus SP, which supports h.264 video conversion, DVD playback and DVD burning.

Once a video is downloaded, simply select the make of your mobile phone, portable media player, or games system from the menu — and RealPlayer SP automatically does the rest. The same videos can be shared with friends through Twitter, Facebook, or email with one extra click. Mac support will come later this year.

Features of this application include:

  • Play Web video on nearly any device, including Blackberry, Nokia smartphones, iPhone, iPod, iTunes, Xbox, and many others through automatic conversion and transfer to the correct device format, including Flash, Windows Media, QuickTime & RealVideo.
  • Save time by downloading several videos or transferring the same video to many different devices from one screen.
  • Add custom device profiles and easily change format settings to maximize video quality and control for a device.
  • Create audio-only files from videos for playback on devices that only support audio.
  • Support for latest versions of Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome.

RealPlayer SP beta is available as a free download.