QUOTE(cowcow @ Apr 26 2005, 06:09 PM)
how did u get it to work for the video? i tried on both C860 and 5500, it only played the audio but no video.
Hmmm, so far it worked for me without a hitch. Which version of VLC did you use exactly? And what kind of a .3gp file is it? MPEG-4 is a nasty set of standards, so there's always a chance for something to go wrong. Starting VLC with more verbosity ( -v, -vv or -vvv) usually is the first step towards finding the problem. You may also want to try a different video_output -- sometimes weird things happen and video will not play back properly (or not at all) with a specific video output module. Possibly using the console frame buffer might help ( -V fb ).
And while I know I'm running the risk of annoying you, I'll ask the obvious question: Are you sure
the .3gp file(s) in question do contain video?
If all things fail, you may want to provide me (and/or others) access to one of the files in question in order to track down the problem.