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Kinoma player for palm
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5 Feb PalmOS freeware - Kinoma Player 2 delivers full screen, full motion, full color, high resolution video for Palm Powered handhelds running Palm. This tool lets you watch digital media on your Palm handheld. It supports full- screen, full-motion, high-resolution video and is compatible with PalmOS handhelds. Kinoma Player was offered as a default media player in Palm Treo based devices . Kinoma Player 4 EX was also sold as Kinoma Play - KinomaJS.
2 Dec based Kinoma Inc. on Thursday released Kinoma Player 3 EX, the latest version of their multimedia player software for Palm OS 5-based. 21 Feb - 7 min - Uploaded by kirara KINOMA PLAYER 4 EX For Palm TX: Now you can watch youtube videos right on the Palm TX. 30 Oct one of the more confusing aspects of the palm tungsten release is that functionally(i'm speaking software here) is no different from palm os
The first MPEG-4 media player designed exclusively for Palm-Powered Handhelds, Kinoma Player 3 EX puts the power of high quality video, audio and image. 6 Apr Kinoma Player 4 EX and its companion desktop application Kinoma latest video converter and player produced by Kinoma for the Palm OS. 6 Apr Kinoma has updated their Kinoma Player EX for Palm OS devices. Kinoma Player is a popular multimedia player for the Palm Centro and Treo. 8 Oct Hello, In addition to releasing Kinoma Player 4 EX v today, we introduced a new Palm OS product: Kinoma Player 4. It's sort of like Kinoma. Launch the “Install Tool” program in the Palm Desktop folder in your Start Menu. 2. Click the “Add” button, navigate to the directory where you stored the Kinoma.
10 Oct Kinoma, makers of the feature-laden Kinoma Player, has announced a new product, Kinoma Player 4 for Palm OS. The best part is: it's free. 25 Jan Kinoma Player 4 is the free edition of Kinoma Player 4 EX. It features MP3, YouTube and podcast playback for Palm Zire 71 Software Free. My Palm Tungsten included a CD with Mac software, including Kinoma Producer & Kinoma Player. It's a fully functional demo - apparently. Given that my interest is primarily on streaming audio (as opposed to video), are there any thoughts on the non-free Kinoma Player vs. Pocket.