Question about iRiver E100 Digital Media Player
Are you sure your video files are compatible with the file format of your player? What is the format of your video files? Is it .3gp, .mp3, .wma, .mp4?? There are lots of file formats, and I know iPod can play .mp3 and .mp4. So it's probably the same with your player. However, you can always convert your files to make it compatible with your player, download a converter from a site or go to this one I'll give you: http://www.applian.com/replay-converter/demo.php this is one converter I know that works pretty well. Good luck. Any questions? Just reply to this. :)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: iRiver E100
What you need is a free opensource program called http://mediacoder.sourceforge.net/download.htm
Use this to convert your movies.
I have the settings at home but I think they were these:
Video settings: frames per second (FPS) 24 or 25, 600 KPBS
format Xvid, container AVI,
Picture settings: 320 x 240 - check the cropper settings you want
In the audio use the Lame MP3 settings no more then 44100 hz (probably 33,000).
If this doesn't work post me a message and I will get you the correct settings.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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