After you have installed PocketTV, you can try it by downloading and playing those small MPEG bitstreams.
To download those MPEG files on your PC, right-click on the link and select "Save Target As..." in the pop-up menu.
We have a FAQ article that explains How to copy MPEG files into your device or Storage Card. If you are not familiar with the process you should read it.
- starwars.mpg - 2 mn trailer of Starwars (1.7MB)
114 Kbps, QSIF size.
- topgun3d.mpg- 30 sec Top Gun movie clip (1MB)
256 Kbps, QSIF size.
- XPsmartTagsPPC.mpg - 30 sec very funny (and sexy) european advertising for the new Smart Tags feature of Microsoft Office XP (1.3MB)
345 Kbps, Half-SIF size.
- ipaq.mpg - 1 mn advertising for the iPaq (3MB)
414 Kbps, Half-SIF size.
- monstersinc_high.mpg - 2 mn of hilarious 3D animation from a classic Disney movie (7.7MB)
600 Kbps, SIF size (need fast processor, e.g. iPaq).
Those clips are for demonstration only. They are optimized for Windows Mobile devices.
If you have a Smartphone with lower resolution display, you can download some test MPEG files from pockettv.com/mpg/sp.
If you have a Pocket PC with VGA-resolution display, you can download some test MPEG files from pockettv.com/mpg/vga.
If your device is equipped with a fast wireless internet access, you can also stream video with PocketTV. More on Streaming with PocketTV...