And how does one write a 3rd party video recorder if the video recording api's aren't released? Surely its not by using the photo api's and recording frame by frame, cause the refresh rate would be appalling.
You could also record the video outside of the Nokia system and the convert to .3gp using Nokia's own multimedia converter application.
I have used both methods. The first is a great application, I believe Nokia would be best placed to create a similar application with possible improvements over Eyemail's, as I believe there are some audio/video sync issues still left to be ironed-out with Eyemail's product.
I think Nokia should have an unlimited-time recording feature as "standard" on this generation of smart-phones as they are more than just messaging platforms. These are multimedia capture devices that are capable of recording more than just MMS-compliant content.
As far as the second method goes, I'm still trying it out. I have a DivX video converted to .3gp size 71.3 MB. I am currently trying to transfer this to my 3650 over Bluetooth. If I can get past it disconnecting half-way through, I should have a feature length .3gp file to test out.
I am not having much luck with this.
Any info relating to this is greatly appreciated and would be very welcome!