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Log onto the RCA website and download the RCA SMV Video Converter. The Opal only plays videos that are in one specific format. This converter will put your videos into that exact format (see Resources below).
Install the RCA SMV Video Converter once you have downloaded the software.
Open the RCA SMV Video Converter software to begin putting videos onto your RCA Opal.
Connect the RCA Opal to your computer using the USB chord that came with the device.
Wait until the RCA SMV Video Converter software reads that the device has been connected. You will know this when the bottom of the software screen reads “Player Detected: Opal 1GB 2GB.”
Select the “Browse” option to find any videos that are on your computer which you wish to add to the RCA Opal.
Click the box next to “Transfer output files to OPAL 1GB 2GB after conversion is complete” after you have selected all of the videos which you wish to convert. This will automatically add the videos to your RCA Opal after they have been converted.
Click the “Convert” box after you have selected all of the videos. The videos will automatically begin to convert to the correct format. Once they have been converted, your videos will automatically upload to your RCA Opal.
Use a free program such as Riva FLV Encoder to convert the Real Video files to aVI format. Once they are in AVI format, the RCA Easy Rip software should recognize the video files, and you can use the Easy Rip software to convert/transfer them to your player.
Do you have Limewire? If you do then click on the start button on your computer, click on music then plug in your mp3, then when you plug it in something will come up and say Auto Play click on that after that click on "OPEN FOLDER TO VIEW FILES" when you click that something will show up click on music then, click on the music you have on the computer which is saved then drag the music you want to put on it and that's it thta's how i do it?I hope i helped you!!!!!
Yes. Forget media player and go to limewire.com. After you have downloaded their site type in the type of music or specific song and then dowload.Use songs that are high on the list and use ones that are marked mp3. after the song downloads you will see another area below with commands. Hit explore and it will open another file. Have your device plugged in and then hit copy this file scroll though and highlight your device first.It will usually say Mp3 or something like that. Oh yea before you hit explore you have to highlight the song. simply click on it at the lower area. Also limewire will always ask you to upgrade to PRO and unless you are really into it itis not nessessary. Have fun
You have to use the video converter program that came with your opal. If you haven't installed that onto your computer yet, that's where you need to start. After it's installed, plug in your opal, let the computer recognize that it's there, and open the converter program. This will take wma files and convert them into a format that will work with your mp3 player. The program should automatically download them to the player after it converts the file. Good luck.