Question about Nextar MA791 MP3 Player
This isn't a great solution. I used MTVVideoConverter to create an .mtv file. Like you, I couldn't get Windows Media Player to sync the file. However, I put the Nextar into MSC USB mode. Then I found the device corresponding to the Nextar -- which had directories name FMIN.DIR, MICIN.DIR, and MTPMEDIA. I connected to MTPMEDIA and there created a subdirectory called Video (I don't know if the name is important) and copied the .MTV file there. I was careful to "safely remove" the device and I was able to view my video.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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