The video saves as two separate files: one has a windows media player icon and the other file I don't recognize. It seems that the data for the video is split into two files and this has cause problems when trying to upload the video to moviemaker or youtube
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You may need to format the memory card in the video camera to save as mpeg. This would be in your menu options. Typically it saves in a file to view and the extra attachment is the digital finger print that it can read from. If this doesn't work, try downloading the file into a different viewer instead of the windows default player. You should also be able to "save as" a different format from within the windows media player. Let me know if this helps.
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We need more info before we can properly diagnose your Media Player issue. Is the content you are playing from the Internet or is it saved to the hard drive?
Please test Media Player by doing the following: - Reboot the laptop - find a local video file that is saved to your hard drive - double click it and see if it plays correctly
If the file plays correctly then the issue was either the laptop needed to be rebooted OR the content that plays slowly is from the Internet and your Internet connection is not fast enough to play the video smoothly.
Are you tired of converting your video file formats,wasting time on it. do you know VLC media player can used as video converter.the good thing is it convert videos of 1gb size within 1min.follow steps below
go to file or media menu->convert/save(ctrl+r)
add you video file
new dialog box will appear
set your parameters (i.e) frame size,video and audio bitrates,output format,destination folder(save your file name output file format extension)
The Disney Mix Max portable media player is capable of playing audio files in the MP3 format. It can also play videos formatted as WMV and display photos formatted as JPEG. You can convert audio files into MP3 using the Disney Mix Max software -- Mix It Plug-in. The plug-in works with Windows Media Player 10. This software CD came with the player and is not available online. To download music to the device, you can use Windows Media Player 10 or Windows.
Things You'll Need:
* USB cable * Mix It Plug-In installation CD
Convert Non-MP3 Files
Install Mix It Plug-In. Insert the Mix It Plug-in installation CD into the computer's optical drive. Click "Install Mix It Plug-In" when prompted. If no screen opens, double-click on the "My Computer" icon. Double-click on the installation CD icon. Then double-click on the setup or installation file; this file is often formatted as EXE. Select to have the program saved to your desktop. Then double-click on the desktop icon -- "disneymixitplugin" to open the setup wizard. Click "Next" in the setup screen. Follow any additional setup prompts.
Open Windows Media Player 10 and create a playlist. To create a playlist, click "Library" and select "Now Playing." Drag songs from your computer to the "Now Playlist List" pane. Click the "Now Playing List" title to open the menu and select "Save Playlist As." In the "Save As" dialog box, enter a name for the playlist and select "Save."
Open Mix It Plug-In. Select "Yes" when asked to save analysis information for your music files. The software will analyze each track's compatibility with the Disney Mix Max player.
Press "Go!" to start the conversion process. Once the process is complete, an inactive "Go!" will be displayed. All music that has been converted is still listed in your Windows Media Player 10 playlist. You are now ready to download music to the player using Windows Media Player.
Windows Media Player 10
Open Windows Media Player 10 on your computer.
Remove the USB jack cover located on the bottom of the Disney Mix Max. Insert the compatible end of the USB cable into the USB port on the Disney Mix Max. Insert the other end of the cable into the computer's USB port.
Click "Library" and click a playlist name. To create a playlist, click "Library" and select "Now Playing." Drag songs from your computer to the "Now Playlist List" pane. Click the "Now Playing List" title to open the menu and select "Save Playlist As." In the "Save As" dialog box, enter a name for the playlist and select "Save."
Select the "Sync List" tab and choose "Sync List" from the menu. . Verify the items to be synced to the Mix Max, or right-click on a song title and select "Delete" to remove it. Click "Start Sync" to download music to the Mix Max.
Insert the USB cable to the Disney Mix Max USB jack. Connect the player to the computer with the USB cable.
Click on the desktop "Start" menu and choose "My Computer."
Double-click on the "Removable Disk" that corresponds with your connected device.
Drag songs saved on your computer with your mouse into the Removable Disk folder.
Tips & Warnings
If you converted files using the Mix It Plug-In, you will need to use Windows Media Player 10 to sync them to the player.
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:
It Converts video and animated images to diversified video formats for different multimedia devices; supports conversion of audio MP3, WMA, WAV, RA, M4A, AAC, AC3, OGG.; retains original sound and video quality; fast conversion speed.
Plug the USB data cable into the and connect the opposite end into one of the USB ports on your computer. The computer states it has detected a new device.
Launch the Sony Media Manager program (either double-click the desktop icon or select "Start," "All Programs" and finally "Sony Media Manager"). The program automatically detects the device.
Select the "Videos" tab, and then click-and-drag a video file into the open window from your computer. The video file location on the computer may vary, depending on where you saved the content to.
Wait for the video files to upload to the (the video files automatically begin uploading to the device once you drag the file into the open program window). Do not disconnect the device from the computer while the upload is being performed. If you do, you may corrupt the device. Once the upload has finished, you may close out the program and disconnect the MP3 player from your computer.
Try to download VLC Player. It might resolve the issue. You can download it from www.videolan.org.
The issue that your encountering is because your media player lacks those codecs that needs to be installed for you to be able to view those files. It is a common issue for almost all windows OS that doesnt have those codecs.
VLC Player can play almost all of the types of video files. Without installing those codecs.
Can you hook it up to your computer? If you are running Windows XP or Vista, your Konaki should appear as another drive. Double click on your "My Computer" icon on your desktop. Then double click on the drive that represents your Konaki (usually called Removeable Disk or the name of your MP3 player). There should be folders labeled according to media type like Music, video etc. Double click on the folder called video. This is where you want to save your music video files. You then need to browse to where you have the music video stored on your computer. Right click on the video file and select copy. Then go back to the Konaki folder called video, and right click anywhere on the right and select paste. This will copy the files over to your MP3 player.
• The USB mode uses a file transfer class called the MSC (Mass Storage Class). This was developed as a way for files to be transferred onto an external drive such as a flash drive or an external hard drive. • In this mode, your mp3 player will look and function like an external hard drive in that it will appear in My Computer as a separate drive. This transfer class is not very specific to the transfer of media files so the MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) was introduced. • The difference with media files, specifically music files, is that they demand much more management. • Downloading services can require special licensing and a limit on the number of playbacks a music file can have. • The acquisition, restoration, updating, and backing up of these licenses as well as compatibility issues with file type and compression ratio within these digital music players demanded a more user-friendly and functional approach to file transfers. • For this reason, you will need to have Windows Media Player 10 or 11 available on your computer to utilize MTP. • Those with Windows Media Player 9 on their Windows 98 SE, Windows Millennium Edition, and Windows 2000 operating system will need to update using our Download Center. • We recommend the use of MTP over MSC (the USB mode on your player) because it is more specific to the transfer of music files. To change this setting, press the power button on your device once it’s connected to the computer until the USB icon disappears.