What u need is the installation mini disc with that u can get the mp3 to covert your movie to the require resolution which the player can play, if u still have your user manual with u till will be easier to get everything to work. I have the same model as yours and it is working without trouble. If u want to upload videos simply plug your mp3 to the comp after u migth have converted the video to mtv 160X128 and drag the file into the envelope that say" DIR MOVIE, that's all, and u can watch your movies like me for fotos thesame process of burning
You need to use the conversion disk that comes with the player. upload whatever video file you want to put on your Coby player, make sure you set the resolution to 160x128, convert the file then copy and paste into the player itself. I had the same problem when I first got it, the Coby folder on my laptop said the movie file was there, but the player itself didn't. The Instruction Manual is key here, make sure you still have it. That's how I figured it out!
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When your MP3 Player is connected to a computer, you may transfer music files to your MP3 player using your operating system's basic file management commands (i.e., copy-and-paste or drag-and-drop).Connect the Coby MP3 player to your computer through its USB adapter.
Select "Open folder to view files" from the new device dialog box that pops up. If the new device dialog does not appear upon the hardware's connection, click "Start," click "My Computer" and right-click the Coby MP3 player's device icon in Windows Explorer .Click "Start," click "My Music" and open the folder containing the music you wish to transfer onto the Coby MP3 player.
Drag and drop the music files or folders into the Coby MP3 player's open directory. Alternatively, you can highlight the music files or folders and click the "Copy the selected" link from the Files and Folders Tasks menu in the left column. Select the "Removable Disk" drive from the list of destinations.
You dont need a music folder, there is a sample song already on the player, you can put your music directly on the player (not in any folder). By default, there is no music folder, if you use the Coby Media Manager software, it will auto sync folder selections for you however.
To transfer songs to your Coby MP-610 please follow the instructions below;
1.Connect the Coby player to the computer with the USB 2.0 cable provided as shown.
2.Upon connection your computer will automatically recognize the player as a Removable Disk. 3.To open the player, double on the icon that appears.You can see all files and folders currently stored in the player. 4.Once you have opened the player's folder, simply drag and drop (or Copy Paste) the required files to the player from your computer to the following folders;
I had the same problem. Plug the player into your usb on your computer. Bring up "my computer" and find the letter drive of your player. All the existing folders (movie.dir, photo.dir, etc) should show. NOW, while your still in this folder, use your toolbar on the top of your screen to click on "file" and then select "new folder". Carefully type in MUSIC.DIR, click enter and you have now created your own. I did this and it seems to work as it should. It is weird that mine didn't have a music.dir folder either! Good luck!
Be sure that your player search in the right folder. For that, press the left arrow until you see MTPMEDIA, PHOTO, MOVIE and TEXT(may have the extension DIR after).Then, select MOVIE. You must find your videos after that.