Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I need some assistance on how to properly download a video file to my Naxa nmv-173s. I have tried to sync, transfer, copy, and move video files to this device several times using different programs. The file will show that it transfered to the device from my computer. The video will show in the media library on device but fails to play; wrong format error message appears when file is selected to be played. Please help, my daughter is not to pleased with her present not functioning properly. Thank you, Penny Torres
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Firstly; is it in the right format? You say MP4, but the video needs to be specifically MP4 - 320x240 screen resolution. It won't play if the resolution is incorrect.
So get that fixed up first if that's what's wrong (http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/ has a great program to convert videos to MP4). If not, sometimes my computer doesn't allow me to put files on it one way, but it will another, so try copy/paste instead of drop and drag. Hope that helps.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
sony usually comes along with the mp4 converter utility in a CD along with the player. Use this to convert the computer formated mp4 to your player compatible mp4.
Let us know the result
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
I got the same message when I created .mp4 files using the AVC profile "Main" in my video software.
When I changed to "Baseline" then the problem went away. Of course, it also had to follow all the more obvious restrictions for this device: max resolution 320x240, max 30fps, max bitrate (of 512kbbs? or is it 768?) and AAC audio.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
first off when downloading stuff to sony mp3 i have the same one you have to manual transfer also what kind of computer do you have. that would help me help you.if you have a mac then i cant but pc i can. Here is what i do first open computer icon, then click on on ur device it should open with how much free space is left then click it again a bunch of folders will open up. the drag the file you want to the correct folder. thats how i have to put vids and music on it espcial if you want acc file formate music.also what type of file is it music vid of docement. plz tell me then i can better under stand ur request.
Posted on May 14, 2009
Next time you connect the mp3 to the computer, go to the folder where the videos are dropped (generally a folder named VIDEO) and check what the extension is. If it is not mp4, you'll have to convert and resize it. There are plenty of free and paid programs available for such conversions. The standard video format for a walkman is the same as that for an ipod, .mp4, so you can try out this site: http://www.videora.com/en-us/Converter/iPod/ . There are other freeware programs available too, like VirtualDub that you can use to convert your videos, or paid programs like Xilisoft. After the conversion is done, you should be able to transfer and play the file easily.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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