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Converting files to smv

How can i convert my songs and videos to a smv file in order to download onto my philips go gear 4gb

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You must use the Philips (ArcSoft) Media Converter that came on the installation CD. If you lost your CD, you can find it at www.usasupport.philips.com - enter your model # and go to the Software & Drivers section of your model #. It will say Media converter software.

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Your Phillips should have come with a disk containing a device manager. This will convert files to whatever your player will support. It's pretty much a drag & drop deal.

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Boo-yah!

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