Question about Coby MP-C7085 MP3 Player
It says that the download was complete, but when I look on the MP$ it says no files found.
Hi, this is the only way I know how to upload videos on it.
1) put in installation disc, and drag the file MTVVideoConverter_Ver184.108.40.206 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 :)
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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