Re: Technika MP-408 2GB Video MP3 player with FM tuner
I bought my MP 408 yesterday and had the same problem. I looked inside the packaging just before I threw it away and noticed a small cd. On the CD you will find the manual and a video to SMV converter. Create a file where you can copy the video to SMV converter software into and create a shortcut on your desk top.You are ready to go, connect your player and start the software. set the destination file to MYvideo on the player, add the file you want to convert using the add button and click on the convert button and that's it. you can resize the video screen size prior to converting if you need to via the on screen panel on the righthand side of the screen.
one thing not related to this problem in any way but you might like to try this and that is throw away your ear phones you got with the player and put some reasonable headphones on and you will be amazed how good this little box sounds especially if you tweak the built in graphic equalizer, have fun,
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Looks like it only plays .mtv files, so a converter may be needed before uploading video files to the 610.
Try these links for converters, info, etc.: http://www.imageconverterplus.com/help-center/about-icp/supported-formats/mtv/ http://www.openwith.org/file-extensions/mtv http://www.sharpened.net/extensions/file/mtv
Product Description: Coby MP6104GBLK MP6104G 4GB Color Display Flash MP3 Player Radio.
1.8 inch color LCD display.
Integrated flash memory.
Plays music, video, photos, and text.
Integrated FM radio.
ID3 and LRC support for song and lyric information display.
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed for fast file transfers.
Integrated rechargeable battery.
Memory Capacity: 4GB.
Display Type: 1.8 inch TFT LCD.
Display Resolution: 128 x 160.
Media Support: Integrated Flash.
Format Support: Audio: MP3, WMA; Video: MTV; Photo: JPG; Text: TXT.
OS Support: Windows Vista/XP/2000.
Menu Language Support: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, German.
Additional Functions: FM Tuner.
Audio Output: 3.5mm Headphone.
PC Interface: USB 2.0 Hi-Speed.
Power: Integrated Rechargeable Lithium Polymer Battery.
Battery Life: Capacity: 350mAh; Audio Play Time: 8hr.
Unit Dimension (WHD): 1.65 x 3.66 x 0.38 inch.
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Coby is an electronics
manufacturer. It offers a wide range of portable devices including
portable MP3 players and portable video players. These devices are small
and can play audio files, video files, FM radio and display photos. All
media can be added to the device easily using a simple drag and drop
method on your computer. You can also use that method to delete files from your device. Supported video formats include WMV, FLV, and AVI.
Connect the Coby MP3 player to your computer using the supplied USB cable.
Click "My Computer." Select "Removable Disk."
Select the "Videos" folder.
Drag and drop the video files you want on the device into the Videos folder associated with the MP3 player's disk.
Hi, this is the only way I know how to upload videos on it. 1) put in installation disc, and drag the file MTVVideoConverter_Ver22.214.171.124 out to the desktop. 2) Download any video file and convert is to mpg (mpeg). 3) Open the folder and open the file with the camera image that says video. 4) input the file onto the converter and put the output frame size to 160x128 and output frame rate to sports video. 5) When conversion is done, open your mp4 player. Go to the Menu and find settings. In settings go to usb mode and switch to msc, 6) Plug in the usb connected to your player to your computer. 7) Go to start on your computer and open the mp4 player folder there you will see the directories. 8) drag the converted file into the movies directory.
Omg 8 steps?! Haha. I hoped this helped! This is exactly how I did mines :)
1. Turn on Mp3 player, goto Settings, make sure USB mode is set to MSC or USB Device 2. Connect MP3 player to the computer 3. Go to Start button, under Start, go to My Computer 4. Under 'My Computer' there should be a drive labeled 'Removable Disk', double click on this drive. 5. Inside this drive (mp3 player) there should be a folder labeled (PhotoDIR). drag your photos *JPEG only* to this folder. 6. Disconnect MP3 player photos will show in the Photo location on the MP3 player