Question about BenQ Joybee 120 MP3 Player
I can not find the avi files i copy to the player, what do i do to copy a film on to the player? also can i update the firmware & how do i do this?
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,
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
I had the same issue.
The size of the AVI cannot exceed 1gb or the end of the movie will never play.
I had a movie that was 1,7gb. 2 hrs and 15 seconds.
The Archos recognized this as a 1.7gb file and 2:00:15 long.
As soon as the movie started, the time line bar at the bottom of the screen went from 2:00:15 to 1:10:25. Basically, it cut off the last 50 minutes of the movie.
I simply divide the movie into 1gb chunks.
I decrypt the DVD to the computer
Use Nero Recode to convert it to and MP4. Divide the movie into 1gb chunks and Maximize the Volume.
Use SUPER to convert it to an AVI / MPEG-4 / MP3.
Copy this to the Video folder of the Archos.
This is simply something that Archos does not want to admit is an issue. They want you to purchase the Cinema plugin.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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Check the specification of your MP3 player
to determine the type of video file format it uses.
Most common video files that MP3 players
use are, AVI and WMV, there may be others such as FLV, MOV and DivX.
If your player cannot play a video then it
is an incompatible video file format, then you need to convert that video file
to a format that your MP3 player uses.
Click on this link for instructions on converting video files for MP3 players :-
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