I've been encoding movies for use on the new movieplayer, and I've run into one thing that will, in due course (I hope) be sorted out. However, worth knowing for those of you who are also going to be trying it. For now, the program is limited to files of however much ram its got available when you run AVIP2.fxe... so prolly ~7mb, maybe a little less... it played around 10 mins of a 20meg half hour ver of Evolution before resetting, so 7 megs sounds about right... I'll be trying to work out a method of getting 15 mins into the space we've got atr decent quality (15 mins = decent chapted length... then use GPFM to move the files about after each one ends). Hopefully it'll be fixed soon however After all, this is still meant to be a demo, not a fully functional player, isn't it Oh - one other thing. If you have a file over the size-limit (assuming it IS a size limit and not a time one, but that seems most plausible), the GP32 resets as opposed to crashes... so it might be a good idea to encode an extra few bytes on and have some overlap... that way less flicking of the off/on switch EDIT: I've taken another look at it (i.e. low quality, but tichy files...) - turns out its not a size probnlem, but a length one. At a slight guess set at 5 mins. Tis usable, but not as well as it might be.