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I would like to put my videos on my Dvr but having trouble??

I have a Joycoder pv-330 portable dvr i can connect to my tv and record all i want and save to my computer there after. my problem is i also have a psp,a pocketpc, a cell phone, and a number of software programs where i can convert and put any of my video files on any of them, but i can not for the life of me figure out how to convert so i can view my file on this dvr.....no matter what format i try it will store it but it will not play it back.... can anyone help? thank you

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I convert my files to MP4 and it works ok

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