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Puttin vidoes on my coby

I have a 2gb coby super slim mp3 and video playe but i cant figure out how to play videos i even tried makin a new file to put the videos in but it wont let me open it to play them

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  • Anonymous Nov 09, 2007

    i cant put videos on it

  • BIM MAYIAN Nov 18, 2007

    I have the same probem i put them in the movie folder and when i go to play it it says no file and then i go to delete and it is there i cant play it.

  • REPAIR ME Nov 30, 2007

    i have the same problem

  • hihihi Dec 04, 2007

    will not let me put videos on it through wmp

  • hihihi Dec 04, 2007

    will not let put on music videos by using windows media player

  • alanfiddler Dec 05, 2007

    I also can't play videos on mine i concerted them but i cant even find a folder to put them in

  • moosejaw Dec 14, 2007

    The supplied conversion software makes .mtv files. My 2gb coby won't accept the files as Windows claims the player doesn't support the format. This seems a little dumb being as the software came with the unit. Every time i attempt to copy the .mtv file to the unit Windows heads me off with a "this player does not support this format" window that i have to cancel out of.

  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2007

    put novies in my coby

  • Anonymous Jan 13, 2008

    ya me 2!! when i open windows media player and try to find my videos on the "explore device" thing, its not there it only shows my music!

  • mcrman Jan 16, 2008

    If You go to the delete file then you will see them but they are nowhere to be found where you can play them

  • babygurlkay Jan 26, 2008

    ok this is my problem I have downloaded some videos on the computer it says they are on my mp3, but when i go to find them they are not there, I tryed all ways to get to it but nothing. I tried to go to movie, video, I tried it all, I got my music no problem only with some song it won't play. I need help !!! I'm just ready to get a different mp3 but i spent way too much money on this one

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2008

    how do i put videos on it?

  • Anonymous Dec 17, 2008

    i can't find the converter thingy to get the videos on there how do u get them on there

  • lasha1895 Dec 25, 2008

    the movie thirteen

  • stanley fran Jan 30, 2009

    dude it doesent work!!!!!!!!!!

  • norma jean
    norma jean Dec 13, 2013

    ive got videos but cant figure how to delete them



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This is it you will have vids in your mp3 after u read this just follow the directions and you will do fine.
1.drag your vids into your mp3 use the vid converter and convert it to the same folder in your mp3 (movie) for the input and output.  3.after the converting end then you take the mp3 out of the computer on you got your vids

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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I say u should not buy colby next time cuz their mp3 players are cheap knock oof's ! i have on my self and i tried to do the vidoe thing and it doesnt work! plus i dont have the cd cant i just use another video converter?

Posted on Jan 30, 2008

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Dam dude i was starting to get pissed of wit my mp3

Posted on Jan 12, 2008

Dude yall dont no wat yall r talking about if yall really no how 2 fix this email me

Posted on Jan 07, 2008

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Just put the video files on the player, then you turn on the player, go to movie. it says no file but if you push the left arrow, then go down to MPTMEDIA, press the play button, it should be there. If it says NEW FOLDER, go in to that folder. I dont know if this works for the 2 gig but it workes for my 1 gig. I found my video files by accident. When converting put the output on 160x128.

Posted on Dec 05, 2007

  • mungler2k2 Dec 16, 2007

    You DON'T use wmp or windows media. You use the disk it comes with, because it make the file a .mtv. (i dont know what that is). Then you cut and paste it on the mp3 player, and follow the instuctions i posted

  • mungler2k2 Dec 16, 2007

    It will create a file windows dont reconize. just take that file and put it on the player and it will reconize it.


I get the same problem

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