Question about Philips Audio Players & Recorders
If you want to put your videos in a media player (such as mp4, ipod video, etc.), first you will have to convert your videos in a format (ex: .mp3 at the end of the file name is a music format, .mp4 and .wmv are video formats) that your video player recognize and will be able to read. Generally formats recognized by pocket video player are .mp4, .mpeg4 and .asf but it change in function of your model
To convert your videos you will need a software called a video converter. Sometimes a CD coming with your mp4 includes this software, but unfortunatly not always...
I can recommend you this software:
MediaCoder is powerfull universal converter that will allow you to convert all your medias (video music etc) in formats of your choice, it's really easy to use and free. Try it.
Then the last thing is just to connect your mp4 to your PC (by USB, bluetooth etc in function of the model) and to transfert your videos from your pc to your mp3.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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