Yes, it's a terrible product. I got a 1gig Shift3 MP3 player. I put it on shuffle and now can't un-shuffle. As far as downloading, there are two ways. One was is to plug in while in Windows Media Player, and it will recognize it. The other is to download music to computer 1st (your CDs, ect.) and then open "Music". Plug player into computer, and copy and past while player is in music mode. It seems a little faster that way. Ed
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1. Download Video Download Studio, install it.
2. Go to the interface, you can download (Automatic capture) the YouTube video there directly. Tab Download to Convert, you can also click "Add" button to upload the videos from computer. You can also edit video by trim and crop functions.
3. After the video display on the Video Download Studio, click "Profile" and choose "General audio", then select an MP3 format. Set destination file, clicking Convert button to complete the task.
Not only convert video to MP3, but also support batch conversion. Safe and easy to operate. No Viruses, No Spyware, No Adware. Do not hesitate. Have a try!
Actually, ultimatum, this particular model does play both music and video files, though the latter must be in AMV format. The mp3 player should have come with a CD containing the conversion software you will need. If not, try googling 'WMV (or whatever filetype your videos are) to AMV converter'.
I do not think it is possible to transfer videos directly from YouTube to your player, but there is software out there that will let you "record" videos online and save them to your computer. These files can, in turn, be converted and transferred to the device via the included software.
Use Windows Media Player to "rip" the music from a CD to the mp3 player - there are video files on Microsoft's website that can show you exactly how to do this. Go to www.microsoft.com and enter "rip using windows medua player" to get the directions. Mp3 players are not "user friendly" like some other products.
you should check the settings on the mp3 player. I remember that many mp3 players have a setting called play the first 10 seconds of every music. Anyway check the similar setting on your mp3. Goodluck!