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Samsung Media Studio 5 software won't convert video files for player

It was working fine. But for some reason, now the software will only convert video files for the other models of this MP3 player and not the one that it came with (samsung YP-T9J) I have installed and uninstalled the software, rebooted this computer (new last November Hp computer lVista), done a system restore. Is this a driver problem? I don't see access to drivers for this player on the Samsung website, not sure if there are any? I receive notices for software updates but when I select to receive the update I get an error message for retreiving the update. Could a necessary file or Codec been deleted when I uninstalled some other software from my computer. I recently installed and uninstalled "limewire" when I realized it was a "file sharing" software. If you need more information please let me know.

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  • emily_brown Oct 27, 2008

    I think I have a similar problem. A couple of days ago I was totally capable to transfer videos to my mp3 player (yp-s3) but suddenly it stopped working. I have been trying to download the updates of Samsung Media Studio too but it reports the same: they're not available at that moment.
    Today I tried to talk to the Samsung staff but they don't seem to know what the problem is... I don't know if the cause of the problem is the mp3 player or the software.
    I'm sorry it can't help you, but it's so exasperating...


  • tippybites Oct 28, 2008

    This is indeed exasperating! My error message reads "error in update files Please try again later" I've tried everything that I know of. It will only convert files for the Yp-t8 and a few others listed, but of course they won't work on the YP-T9J. Maybe we will get lucky and someone else will see this and know how to help us out. I wonder if it could be a conflict in a Vista update we received? Guess I'm just not savvy enough to figure this out.

  • tippybites Oct 28, 2008

    Emily-

    This is what I did-Good luck if you should try it. I went to the Samsung website and downloaded the latest version of the Media Studio 5. I uninstalled the old version and installed the newer version. When I opened the new version for the first time a "notice" window came up to take advantage of "EmoDio" a new Samsung software. I downloaded it to my desktop and installed it. It asks during the installation to uninstall the Media Studio 5 --I let it go ahead and do that. When I opened EmoDio for the first time after the install, it offered an update option. I took advantage of that also and it installed the updates. The software is very much like the Media Studio 5 so it is easy to navigate because I am already use to it. When I tried my first Video conversion & download, it asked about installing the necessary Codec software to convert the files. So I said yes to that install and it has been converting my video files ever since. Everything seems to be back to normal -just a newer fresher looking software..

  • tippybites Oct 28, 2008

    So glad it worked for us! We'll never know why the other software just stopped working. Even so, it has been a learning experience. I have learned about various video files and converting them-but still wondering what makes samsung video files seem so exclusive to their players. Oh well- glad this troublesome matter appears to be behind me. ;0)





  • Anonymous Nov 14, 2008

    i have the same problem cause when i hook it up and try to convert vids it just does nothing i dont know what to do



  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2008

    On my samsung media studio 5 i dont know how 2 transfer video clips/ songs on to my YK-P3!!!!!!!

    I NEED HELP

    PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAASE

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  • Anonymous Jan 27, 2009

    Yo omg thanks for this im LIVING THE LIFE PUTTING HOUSE ON MY Mp3 YP-T9 ITS AMAZING XD now for school lol

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Necesito el programa

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Wow! I have just followed every step you said and that's it!! I can transfer videos now!! I still can't believe it. I don't know what would we have done if Emodio didn't exist!
Thank you very much for your help! Really, it was my salvation! :D

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  • emily_brown Nov 01, 2008

    Well Z Dude, the one who discovered about Emodio was typpybites, all I did was easily follow every step and it was done :)

    I'm glad you could solve the problem too!

    I can't understand why Samsung keeps including its troublesome program with new mp4 players... Emodio is 100% better!

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Hat's off to emily!

I did not realize there was a glitch with the bundled program and thought it was my own system. I spent three days uninstalling and reinstalling the program as well as adding convertvers and video producing programs (so many Hollywood would be jealous!). I finally found her post and tried to go to the Samsung site (but it was entirely too slow and I was out of patience) so I went to Emodio.com and downloaded directly (Make sure you uninstall the Media Manager 5 first). As soon as I opened emodio, it prompted me to update as I did. Nothing but good things happened after that and it is all virtually painless and as simple as anything could be. No negatives whatsoever!

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

Emodio is the way to go. no jokes.

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

As I read this, I noticed a pattern of all of our media studio's not converting files and all around the same ... I had a hunch... and rolled my calendar back to 2005 ...and just as I thought... transfer started working just as before.. appears it has to do with a date, possibly samsung imbeded this in th eprogram...so that we would HAVE to update in the future? kind of shady if you ask me...

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