Transfered a digital copy of a movie to my computer through the emodio software that came with the p2 and it is on my player but when i go to watch it it says not supported format, what the hell does that mean when it says it will play wmv. files, i have also tried several media converters but dont really know what the hell to do...
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Download the emodio software, install and add files from DESKTOP!!!!! (copy there). Once into Emodio, click the arrow over to convert and transfer. Let it convert and try to transfer.....after it reports failed to transfer, go to default folder for converted file(win7 is documents/video/emodio/videos) copy to s3/s3/video.
ATM im having alot of problems with videos on my P2, originally when i first bought it, i am pretty sure it played almost every format, MP4 to flv, but not for sum unknown reason it doesnt, and even the software emodio, (which is ****) wont even recognise these videos and when it does it doesnt even transfer into the emodio library. Really ticking me off. P2=great but there is a few teething problems that you dont get with ipods.
Well, first illegally downloading music for free, then transfering it onto your ipod/mp3 player is illegal. I highly suggest you stop otherwise, you could get into some trouble.. BUT this does not apply to those of you who asked this question that are PAYING for their music/videos.. Thanks, Anonomous..
The video formats have to be in .svi thats the only format the player can pick up, emodio or the media player should do this. If not you could try to download a file converter and convert them into the right format maybe.