Re: TrekStor emo won't show or play mp3 or WMA files.
Use windows media player. Once your music is in Windows media player, plug in the mp3 player and click on sync. Drag the music you want to sync to the player into the sync bar then once completed click on sync and let it do it's thing. This is the easiest, simplest method and guarantees that it's in the correct format.
Re: TrekStor emo won't show or play mp3 or WMA files.
I had the same problem. The solution for me was that the files on my computer hard drive were set to play on the realplayer format. Once I changed the format to play on the windows media format, it started saving to the Emo. I hope this helps you.
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MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format. You can download mp3 music files from the Internet to your computer and then copy them to your MP3 player using the USB cable. For your CD collection, you need to convert your CDs to mp3 music files onto your computer or download them from the Internet and then copy them to your MP3 player after you have connected the USB cable to the MP3 player and the computer. You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs - Media Player will create a MP3 music file for each music track. Click on this link for instruction on converting music files to mp3 file format :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r5798418-creating_transferring_mp3_music_files
That is pretty easy... when you get pictures, they need to in bmp format, or any other format pictures are in. Just copy your pictures to the picture folder in your trekstor( plugin your trekstor to your computer) and paste in that folder. You don't need to convert anything for this process.
I am having the same problem. My Emo got corrupted, and had to reformat it. It lost all of the original information on the partition that you can access from the computer. Reformatting doesn't erase the firmware, but nowhere can you search for an answer to put the necessary information back on the partition to let the files be recognized by the Emo. If you did the same thing I did, then the only thing I can suggest is going to www.trekstor.de/en/ and going the the support section. You can tell them the problem you are having and have them try to help you out (I'm going to do the same soon) so you can get the files to be recognized. You are not alone, as I have seen many other people with the same problem. The manual says to format the Emo in Fat32 format, but noone should have to do that nor should even try to, unless it has become corrupt like mine did. The manual should warn that formatting should only be done if the system has become corrupt and unrecognizable to your computer, not at the beginning of the manual making you think that you have to do this to be able to use it. I have more of a problem because the firmware version on the Emo is more up to date than that of what you can find at the Trekstor website, which doesn't make sense. I wanted to update the firmware to see if would set the Emo to factory settings, but don't want to go to an older firmware. Anyways, hope this helps, and good luck!
When you get your video, it will be in formats such as, wmv, mp4 etc.,
so, when you buy the Trekstor, there will be a cd disk. You might not
bother loading it into your computer, but the disk has a video
transcoder, which will convert most of the files to .smv. You have to
have the .smv format in order to load videos to the trekstor. So follow
all the insturctions in the trancoder, and be sure to go to the
settings tab in the transcoder, that will tell where you smv formated
video will save. After that, put in all your settings you want your
video to be, high quality takes longer and wait. After that's done get
that video, open your trekstor video folder( plugin you trekstor to
your computer) and save the video there.
This depends on bit rate or quality and format. If wma then more space will be required. I use 192k which is the highest rate. I can put 3 hollywood movies from my purchased DVD's and store them on my emo. I do this in Ubuntu, the new African Operating System. I first convert the DVD to Mp4. Then I convert the Mp4 to SMV with a program http://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/~yurac/interests/smv-encode. This program allows you converts mp4 to video.mp4.smv. Emo can hold six motion pictures at high quality due to its 2G storage. But, what I do is use 1GB for video and 1GB for music. I am 50 years old and work at a customer service center. On breaks and at lunch I can listen to fm stereo, mp3 from cds, motion pictures from DVD in smv format with high quality, look at pictures from my photo album and of course do voice editing at work or on the road. I can upload the wav dictation files at full quality to my computer and email them to whomever. Camcorder files can also be converted to SMV video this is important.