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My Droid 3 captures video in the 3GPP format, and I'd like to stream some videos I've recorded to my PlayStation 3 using its DLNA support. When I use either the preloaded DLNA app or a third-party app like Skifta, the PS3 can find the video, but playing it produces a "file type not supported" error on the PS3. Is there a way to make these 3GPP videos available to the PS3?

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closed as too localized by Izzy, Zuul, Al E., roxan, t0mm13b Oct 7 '12 at 22:49

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