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Check that the videos you wish to import are compatible with the player. Videos come in all sorts of formats. Some players will only import MP4 video. If it doesn't list the format you want to import you can find free video convertors online that will change it to the type it will import. However I should warn you to search around for a free converter. Some are better than others and watch out for them trying to add extras (such as browsers) when you download them. Always select the advanced settings for download or you could finish up with all sorts of rubbish software.

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