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Hello and happy Wednesday everyone. I am fairly new to adding apps to my iPhone and what have you. Mine is jail broken on 3.1.2. I have installed vWallpaper and
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    Hello and happy Wednesday everyone.

    I am fairly new to adding apps to my iPhone and what have you. Mine is jail broken on 3.1.2. I have installed vWallpaper and am able to add my own videos via connecting my iPhone to my wifi, etc etc etc.

    Now, the problem is; I've added three files and they show up in 'Add videos' section, but it doesn't actually play the movies. All three files are .mov files. I converted them from .gifs to .mov files.

    How do I get these videos to work?

    Here are said .gif images:

    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c3...rls/Danpat.gif
    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c3...s/ohDanpat.gif
    http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c3.../MissRoche.gif

    Please help!!

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    Did you put the videos together? Cause if you have all of those pictures individually, save them to your camera roll and use Bosspaper instead. It seems more like a slideshow than a video anyway. If not try and convert them to mp4 and make sure you put them in var/mobile/media/skrew/videos. Hope that helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by wstcoast View Post
    Did you put the videos together? Cause if you have all of those pictures individually, save them to your camera roll and use Bosspaper instead. It seems more like a slideshow than a video anyway. If not try and convert them to mp4 and make sure you put them in var/mobile/media/skrew/videos. Hope that helps
    All the default movie files that come with vWallpaper are in .mov format.

    I will try saving them as an .mp4 though.

    Quote Originally Posted by JDM-EJ1 View Post
    All the default movie files that come with vWallpaper are in .mov format.

    I will try saving them as an .mp4 though.
    Whoops. How do I save a file as an .mp4? I have Quicktime PRO.
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    You need some sort of video converter.

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