I have the settings at home but I think they were these: Video settings: frames per second (FPS) 24 or 25, 600 KPBS format Xvid, container AVI, Picture settings: 320 x 240 - check the cropper settings you want In the audio use the Lame MP3 settings no more then 44100 hz (probably 33,000). If this doesn't work poast a message and I will get you the correct settings.
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please make sure that first the video format is mpeg4(mp4). second, please make sure that the video quality is appropriate for your mp3 device's viewing screen. if a video is in 480x360 format and a you have a screen that is 360x280, it will not play because its screen does not have the pixel capacity to do so. so please make sure that the video quality is appropriate for your device.
make sure that the file format of the video you are uploading is on MPEG4 format.., it is the only file format your player supports.. you can check your video details on your PC, if your using windows hit right click on the video file and then properties...
if you can upload your video, i think it may due to you haven't convert the video format. Video Download Studio from http://www.downloadvideos-convert.com/download-videos-music can help you with this very well!
The PVR h140 works on mpeg1 or mpeg4 format.
If you need to convert avi files for example you will need a third party conversion programme such as Nero7 or similair free programmes.
Check here for a 'how to' page.