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Media applications

Extension

Video

Audio

Resolution Up To

*.AVI

MPEG4 (SP L2)

MP3

CIF (352x288)

*.AVI

H.263 (Profile 0, Level 10)

MP3

CIF (352x288)

*.3GP

MPEG4 (SP L2)

AAC

CIF (352x288)

*.3GP

MPEG4 (SP L2)

AMR

CIF (352x288)

*.3GP

H.263 (Profile 0, Level 10)

AAC

CIF (352x288)

*.3GP

H.263 (Profile 0, Level 10)

AMR

CIF (352x288)

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  • 2.

    In Add media bookmark, enter the URL address of the audio stream. If an audio stream is playing, the dialog provides its URL address.

  • 3.

    From the available types of media streams, select Internet radio, and select OK to save the channel. The radio channel is added to Media player > Library > Internet radio > Favourite radio channels.

To listen to a radio channel, in Library, select Internet radio and the desired channel from the list, and

To adjust the volume, tap

, and drag the slider with the

stylus. To close the volume control dialog, tap

again.

You can also control the playback of radio channels using the internet radio applet on the home view of the device.

File formats

The media player application supports M3U and PLS playlist file formats. Some other playlists, such as ASX, WAX, WMX, WPL, and WVX are supported only partially.

The supported audio file formats are: AAC, AMR, M4A, MP2, MP3, RA, WAV, and WMA.

The supported network streamable audio formats are: AAC, AMR, M4A, MP2, MP3, RA, and WAV. Streaming performance depends on the bandwidth availability.

The supported video file formats are:

.

To activate the applet on the home view, select Select applets... > Internet radio.

>

tap

.

To pause playback, tap

. To stop listening, tap

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