June 1, 2006

Video on your TomTom GO GPS from Makayama

Wow, so if there was ever a reason to love your TomTom a bit more, here's one. Slap the latest espisode of your favorite TV show or a movie on your TomTom for the trip. This software from Makayama allows you to put compressed video onto the memory card and play the video back on the TomTom.

A memory card as small as 128 Mb is enough to store a couple episodes of a tv-series, a full length feature film, or a hundred minutes of your home movies. Let your children watch their favorite TV-cartoons in the car or watch a blockbuster movie while traveling for business. With only two clicks, this PC software converts your media to a compressed movie file, which will play on any compatible TomTom device, such as the TomTomGo , TomTom Go 300, TomTom Go 500, TomTom Go 700, (TomTom One, Rider and x10 series will be supported later) from a postage stamp size memory card. Subtitled and foreign language DVDs are also supported. When your content is converted, it will be automatically transferred to the TomTom via the USB cable, or optionally you may put it manually on an empty memory card.

Safety first! The software automatically detects when you're driving, using the GPS data, and will pause playback (feature may be turned off if you want to be reckless).


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Posted by Scott Martin at June 1, 2006 8:58 PM

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