I have the COBY MP605. It came with software to convert videos into this MTV format. So I went to convert a few videos with it. The video plays fine, but the audio track for the movie is in slow motion, like half speed or whatever. I have no idea what's wrong, but it's quite a ********.
MTV seems to be the only format this thing will play also. Apparently Mpeg, Avi, or MP4 would have been too convenient.
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Video Format Support MTV You need a mtv converter ...after you convert your video files from .avi ,mpeg,or any other format...transfer the converted files to your coby player MTV converter free download .
The newer versions come with Coby Media Manager. When you connect the MP3 player to your computer, go to Start > Computer 'My Computer' > Double click the "C" with a big red circle. This will load Coby Media Manager, in Coby Media Manager, click Movie on the left hand side, the software will scan your computer for video files, right click the video file and click sync, this will convert the video to the correct format.
If you have an older version, You can download below software that will allow you to convert to MTV video format:
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Your player can only play videos that have been converted to .mtv format. This is achieved by using the MTV converter that should have come with your player. If you don't have it, please visit, www.cobyusa.com and in the product search type "MPC7095". Click on the link for the MTV Video Converter 1.12.11 and you'll be able to download the software to your pc. I recommend trying to convert .avi files only and be sure to set the fps and screen size to their proper settings. If you need assistance with this, please call the number above and one of our agents will walk you through it.
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well when i used coby media manager it had a video converter in the video option on the side.i had to register my coby before the software use with its serial # on a sticker located on the back of the device! then i simply used the sycronize feature in the video option on the coby with a video preferbly avi files or others and right click syncronize and it should convert it and then transfer!
Hey try to get the video file you are converting to .mtv to convert to .mov first.I had the same problems until I tried it that way.Someone else somewhere says mpg is a good format that the converter will read well and convert properly.I never tried it though.However I find that .avi files will give you problems.This is because .avi is a container not a format.
Also remember Youtube videos download as flv files and if you use MediaCoder like I do,to convert from flv to .avi you will have problems because the actual format will be Xvid and the container .avi.
fFor the sys err problem..visit the Coby USA website ...there is a firmware fix there.The actual link is on this site in another Coby mp 610 question.