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Can't find video I loaded

I draged two small videos into sync it finished and said disconnect device. When i try to access video file it say no files

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  • criswellk842 Feb 12, 2009

    i download the video and the mp3 says writing, when i look in video it says no files. i even tried to use the cd it came with and it said no codec or something

  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2009

    i cant find my videos on my video file

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When you get your video, it will be in formats such as, wmv, mp4 etc., so, when you buy the Trekstor, there will be a cd disk. You might not bother loading it into your computer, but the disk has a video transcoder, which will convert most of the files to .smv. You have to have the .smv format in order to load videos to the trekstor. So follow all the insturctions in the trancoder, and be sure to go to the settings tab in the transcoder, that will tell where you smv formated video will save. After that, put in all your settings you want your video to be, high quality takes longer and wait. After that's done get that video, open your trekstor video folder( plugin you trekstor to your computer) and save the video there.

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You need to copy and paste video files into your mvideo folder on the emo. Dragging files wont transfer properly.

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