When I drag my music under the "Audio" file of my Visual V-Touch (with USB plugged on computer, of course), they automatically go under the "All songs" category in the Audio File. There are other categories like Genre, Album, Artists, etc.. right? But how can I get them into those categories and not just in the "all songs"'s? I have so many songs in my "All songs" category, that it's a mess! Nearly incapable of finding the song that I wanted to hear at the moment. If any solution known, please post a reply as soon as possible!
I had the same problem when I saved my music in the WMA format. I followed the steps from specterman but that didn't seem to work for me. I deleted the WMA files and re-imported the files to the v-touch in the MP3 format and they were sorted by artist, album and genres without doing anything extra. Hope this helps
Make sure that all of your id3 tags are correct and filled in for each music file before dragging and dropping. initially when i added files to my vtouch, the player recognized them automatically and added them to the standard playlists. every time i add files now, i have to manually add each one to the playlists by touching MUSIC > ADD TO AUDIOLIST > ADD TO AUDIOLIST. Then you should be in the AUDIO folder. Double touch AUDIO to view it's contents (which should now be your 'artist' folders, if you organized it that way). Go into an artist folder and double touch each track to add it to the playlists. You should see a "wait..." message and then "success" for each track you add. BUT they are not added yet, my friend. I KNOW! WHAT A PAIN!!! So when you are done adding tracks, you need to touch the back arrow to get back to the MUSIC menu. Then touch UPDATE AUDIO LIB. This may take a few minutes depending on how many tracks you added. When it's done, you should have all the tracks you added in all of the playlists.
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1. Get on Computer 2. Plug in USB cord in the USB slot on the main computer. 3. Open My Computer and it should say on the side there is a USB device or the type of MP3 players name. 4. Open up another My Computer window. 5. Goto the location your music files are located and make sure both windows are visible on the screen. 6. Drag your music files to your MP3's music file section. Sometimes the music files wont work so first try the WMA (windows media audio) file first. If the WMA files dont work on your MP3, convert them to MP3.
<p>The iPod touch is connected to a computer as a portable USB
device, allowing you to copy files and if it were a USB flash drive. Apple does
not emphasize this fact, because the iPod Touch owners to use iTunes to sync
all file types. You can transfer music from your iPod Touch without iTunes
copying, but discovering the hidden folders on the device. <br />
<p>1. Connect your iPod Touch to the computer via the USB
cable. The cable supplied with the installation package of the iPod Touch. <br />
<p>2. Turn on the computer. Click the "Start" button
and then select Control Panel. Double click on the "Portable Media
Devices" icon. Try to use the iPod icon in the list of available devices.
Double click this icon. <br />
<p>3. Click the Tools menu in the new window opens. Select
"Options" and select "Show hidden files and folders." <br />
<p>4. Double-click the folder named "\ iPod_Control Music
\". This folder contains all audio files on the device. All files are
divided into sub-folders by artist. Click and drag an audio file of folders on
your desktop computer. Windows will start copying the files to your hard drive.
You can also click and drag the "iPod_Control \ Music" folder for all
the desktop for all the songs on the iPod Touch to copy. <br />
Generally, MP3 is the most common music file format and can be recognized by all MP3 players, so you'd better download music as .mp3 file extension. I know an excellent tool used to search for and download music to Mac. It is a program running on Mac OS X 10.7 and the later. And it is really the best way to get music downloaded. Download it from the below link. http://anymp3downloader.com/
Save the file to your computer. Drag the downloaded files to the "Music" folder on you V-Touch. This can be reached by going to "My Computer" and finding a drive that says "Removable Storage" or "Removable Hardware". Click on that and you will find a file named "Music" drag and drop the music you download to the "Music" file on the player and your good to go.
When you plug the v touch into your computer, something should pop up. Whatever music you want to put onto it, you drag to the folder for the V touch. Afterwards double click on its folder, and drag the songs you want to the file that says "Music" :)
Plug in your official Visual Land mp3 player to your PC with the included USB cable.
Locate your player on the PC by opening 'My Computer', it should show up as an extra drive. Open the player drive.
Locate the directory where the files you want on the player are located on your PC, and open that folder.
Click and hold on the desired file to transfer, and then
"Drag" it over to the player's external drive folder, and unclick to
'drop' the file onto the player.
Your Visual Land Player may support synching with Windows
Media Player, but it is not guaranteed. Your Visual Land Player however
will NOT support other synching software such as iTunes, MusicMatch, or
any other programs. Simply use the process above to put files on your unit.
If your Songs Not Showing in Playlist
If your songs are not showing up in the playlist after updating it, try removing any subfolders within the MUSIC folder.
The V-Touch Player uses a directory
structure for initial scan of usable files. Each mode goes to an
appropriate default folder for its initial scan of playable files.
Video files should be placed in the “VIDEO” folder. Audio files should
be placed in the “AUDIO” folder. Image files should be placed in the
“IMAGE” folder. If they are not placed in the appropriate folders, you
will need to search through the player's directories to find them.
are you using it through the usb lead if you are you should be able to open the file on the mp3 this should allow you to delete leave this file open but put the music you want on it in a shared file then open this file alongside the file on your mp3 this should allow you to drag and drop but try doing this with your mp3 switched off before you plug it in make sure its off and then when you plug it in it should switch itself on but dont touch the mp3 player and you should be able to drag and drop the files make sure their is enough free memoy on mp3 s some music files are massive you wont need to touch your mp3 player at all while it is plugged into your computer and it should work with no battery in it hope this helps