Question about GPX MW3337G
I have a neuron mp3/4 player it has videos music pics and other stuff but ive tried to load a avi video onto it and it says when i go onto the video on my ipod it says file error and it says it has to be avi and it was.Can somone please help me
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my dse neuron a3847 mp3
the computer thinks the neuron is a disk drive without a disk. just wait a bit longer and close the pop up windows and you should notice you get access to it shortly after.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
SOURCE: Cant get videos onto my player
From what I have gathered in my readings today. You cannot sync video with WMP 10 because the device needs to be in MSC mode, and treated more like a flash drive, the mode that it is in when Windows Media Player recognizes it, uses a different transfer system that is meant to deal with the DMA's. Anyway when you get the software that comes with it, off of the virtual CD drive, and installed. Or you can also download the software from their webpage. The Media manager application, already has a small file tree or folders for the different types of media. Music, Photo,Video. So when you switch modes and it switches folders. The Video folder has no AVI files saved in the codec that it wants to see. If your vids are .avi, I think you would then have to run them through the converter that makes the .avi's compatable the the player in the device. But I think there is an application that once you have converted them it will play them to verify that the device cann see and play them. The biggest problem that I have found so far is that the documentation that comes with the device is Very general at best, and not meant to be and actual guide of how to set up and use this device. My guess is they had someone who was going to write an owners manual, with specific instructions and trouble shooting. Which in many cases is a small book. They however seem to have edited it down to fit on one sheet of paper, to save trees and shipping I guess, So instead of instructions it is more like hints and clues. On the company website the link to the PDA userguide is dead. But there is a FAQ section next to the downloads that addresses and explains alot more of the issues. I goes into detail on how to load and play videos. It refers to the format the AVI's must be in to work, and it is not .avi which is the format many videos are in. I stopped playing with it after I got it loaded with some music so my kid could play with it. But I did notice that when you start the media manager it comes with, and then connect the device, they will sync up for about 15s. until Windows Media Player regognizes it and connects with the device. Then the media Manager closes and locks up until you disconnect the device and close WMP. Then It will let you launch the program again, and it connects and you can see the folders, so you know where the photos and videos go, just for it to close as soon as Windows Media opens again and reconnects. But I'm sure it is something simple like a setting somewhere, not mentioned in the documentation.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
SOURCE: i have a dse neuron
Why don't use juat use the avi converter that came with the neuron for videos i tried to drag n drop an avi but it didn't work untill i used the avi converter program that was on the disc that came with the neuron
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
This is often a problem among mp4's but the solution however is simple.
The movie needs to be in AVI format, of course, but there is also the hassle of having the right resolution.
Depending on the size of the screen determines the maximum resolution, if the max is peak, then the video becomes unplayable.
Your mp4 settings are as follows.... 2.8-Inch TFT 260K True Color 320x240 Pixels
This means that when you are converting your avi movie, make sure that the resolution is set to 320x240 for maximum viewing and quality.
Hope this fixya up <(^_^)>
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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