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Re: download onto mp3 player
You may first want to check to see if your player came with software that can aid in this process. You'll also need to know what formats of media your player accepts. For these purposes, we'll assume your player accepts mp3 format media and connects to your PC via USB.
1. Connect the device to a USB connection on your computer. 2. If you're using Windows, your computer should automatically detect the device, probably showing it as a removable hard disk. 3. Double-click the removable USB device that your computer now sees and here you will have to browse to see where your player will accept the media; likely, right here will work. 4. Now, just copy & paste mp3 files from your pc to your media player/removable USB device. 5. When done, safely remove the player from the computer.
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Try TubeHunter which can rip DVD clips into other Video/Audio format. It also downloads Music/Audios and videos from over 20 video sharing webs to any format you want...
Hope this will help you...Thank you...
vlc plays all sorts of videos but wmp doesnt recognize most of the videos what you have to do is convert the videos to .dat or .wmv or something using total video converter or something like that and then try
you can download total video converter from the net
not for sure here but I am a live sound eng. and in my line of work hissy and tinny say TO MUCH GAIN....tri setting the output of recording program or the computer settings a lil lower and make sure the HIGH END isnt CRANKED all the way up..
If you are using Windows Vista , the easiest way to sort everything out in a controlled manner is by using your profile folder. Let me explain this a bit further.....
Lets say your username on the computer is "Joe". When you are on this account, you have a folder in the start menu called "Joe". If you click on that folder you will see a bunch of folders such as "My Music", "My Documents" , "My Downloads" , "My Videos", etc....
You can easily sort all of your good stuff into those folders to help lessen the chaos. Trust me I have a bunch of music/videos/documents & this is the only way I can keep track of things!
I haven't as of yet... but I have a friend who is a wiz on all kinds of computer technology... as soon as I can, which should be today... I will ask her... and if it works... BINGO.... I'll keep you updated on my progress..... Thank you for your quick response...
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Have a pleasant, peaceful and a very safe weekend...
Before you select to rip the songs, edit them by renaming them - song - artist - album etc... then rip the music. Right click and select edit, then rename, press the tab key to go to the next selection artist etc.. and rename. You can also rip the music then go online to let media player find the details, but they do not always find the right details for the correct albums, so I always rename my albums myself