Ive converted many files from avi to svi and syncronized them and they worked fine. ive updated my emodio program version as much as i can, and updated and installed all the firmware i can. i tried to syncronize an xvid and it said Error: video codec for video does not exist, and did not convert or syncronize. i figured because it was an xvid it just woudlnt work on my device, untill i tried to convert and add an avi file and it did the same thing, so tell me whats going on and how i can fix it
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After 2 days of figuring out, I came with the solution today. Most probably your computer is running under windows vista. well emodio doesnt support such to do the transfer. What I did is downloaded a program (free) called "any video converter". All videos have to be converted in WMV extension file, so emodio can recognize and does the conversion to SVI ( the yp-s3 extension). So after you convert the original files into WMV files, take the converted files and add them into emodio. Emodio will convert it into SVI, but the transfer to the MP3 will failed. This is the magic:
close emodio. Leave your MP3 conected. Go to where emodio saves the converted files. When u go to that folder, you will see your files, but you can tell your computer wont be able to play it, as the files icon is just with a white background. Just drag it into the YP-S3 video folder and voila! Disconnect your MP3 from the computer, turn it on and enjoy your videos!!!!!!!!!!
okay, first of all this is probably one of the many other ways you can put videos onto the P2, so how I do it is to convert the video file to "avi" then use "emodio", the software that came with the player (if not with player, you can go to www.emodio.com to download it) then convert the video from avi to svi from there. thats basically it~
download Emodio from emodio.com
this is the solution !!!!!!
after the installation , the software should recognize ur device , and allow u to transfer videos
if not , try to reinstall emodio ,
after the 2nd installation , it will work completely
the software allows you to transfer videos to the mp3 ,
or at least convert them easily to .svi format , and then u can easily copy and paste them in your mp3
Yp-t9 can only play svi files.First convert those mp4 files into avi or wmv files.And use samsung media studio to put them into your yp-t9.The samsung media studio will convert ai and wmv files to svi.Or jus try to convert those mp4 files with Samsung media studio.It converts sometimes.
The video formats have to be in .svi thats the only format the player can pick up, emodio or the media player should do this. If not you could try to download a file converter and convert them into the right format maybe.
Yes u can say that.The files can be of avi or wmv format.After that use Samsung media studio to put these files into your yp-t9.The samsung media studio shoul convert these formats into svi format which can be played by the yp-t9
Hmph. You got me thinking. Well, here are some suggestions:
1)try to re-install samsung multimedia studio.
2)try a different mpeg4 file to convert. If that doesn't work, something is terribly wrong.
3)go to this site:
A download for k-lite codec pack should instantly start.
Hope this works!
If none of these work, then you may just have a virus somewhere.