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If you have a Coby MP705, .AVI is the only supported video format of this player. If you have videos that are in different file extensions or formats, you may need to transfer them first into your computer and convert them to .avi.
You don't need to register to get the software. Go to Philips website, enter your model #, and then go to the Software & Drivers section for your model - download the program in the link that says "Media Converter Software". If the Media Converter doesn't recognize certain videos, such as FLV files, then you will need to download an adiditonal free program called Riva FLV Encoder to convert the files to AVI format. Once they are in AVI format, the Philips Media Converter will recognize them, and you will be good to go again.
First, I would go to the Philips website and download the updated version of the Philips Media Converter - it will recognize more file types. If the new media converter still does not recognize your files, download a program called Riva FLV Encoder, and convert your video files to AVI format. The Philips Media Converter will then recognize the videos.
If your mp3 player is an SA178, then you can't.
If it is a Philips Go Gear that does support video, then you have to run the video through the Philips Media Converter that came with the installation CD first, which is also available from Philips website.
Start --> All Programs --> Philips Media Converter
inside the Media Converter --> Add Files - find file (if the file does not appaear, run the video file through the Rive Flv Encoder, changing the "Output" extension to .avi) --> Convert to Device (with the Go Gear plugged in)
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
The archos will only play M-peg 4 type files unless you buy on of the plug ins, so the way round it is to crack a dvd using "dvd shrink" this will get round the copy protection then convert the cracked dvd to m-peg 4 im using "any video converter" tese programs can be downloaded free on the net. not sure if this is the easiest way but it works