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Neuros MPEG4 Recorder 2 Series Try Before You Buy

Test the Neuros MPEG-4 Video Recorder 2 and 2+ With Your Device
Download these sample videos created with the Recorder 2,
and try them with your mobile, smartphone, PDA, PSP, iPod or PDA, - see for yourself.



Economy Normal Fine Superfine Legend Suggested
Devices
QCIF
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Mobile Phone Icon, use the Neuros R2 to put video on your mobile phone
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Mobile


Smartphone


PDA


iPod


PSP


TV
Mobile
Motorola V3i, V3m, L7, A780
Sony K790a, K750i, W900i,
Nokia 6280, N70, N90
Smartphone
Motorla Q, Cingular 2125, 8125
Palm Treo 700w, 700p, 650 T-Mobile MDA, SDA

PDA
Dell Axim X51v, X30, X50
HP iPaq rx1955, hx2410, hx2700

iPod
N/A


PSP
N/A


TV
N/A
QVGA - 15 FPS
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QVGA - 3GP
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QCIF - 3GP
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QVGA
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WQVGA
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N/A
N/A
VGA
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The icons and suggested devices listed are only suggestions. It is possible that your device may play video not indicated according to this table. For example, some smartphones and mobile phones can play video with higher resolutions than might be expected.

The best way to determine the video capability for your device is to start with the highest quality (superfine) at the highest resolution that your device might support. If that doesn't work, use a lower quality (Fine, and so on) until the video plays.

Note: A '*' link indicates a file named in accordance with a PSP firmware revision prior to 2.8, use this file if you are using PSP firmware earlier than version 2.8.

For smartphones and pocket PCs running Windows Mobile 5.0 or 2003 SE, with Windows Media Player Mobile 10, we recommend that the 3GP recording settings are used. For most other mobile phones, this setting should also be the most appropriate.