Question about Disney Mix Max Digital Media Player
Convert files to WMV so they work with your MixMax you can download the Magic DVDRipper found at www.magicdvdripper.com. You can run the trial 5 times so I suggest before shutting out the program to do all the movies you can. When you do it, under the output folder click on Profile and click more profiles. There will be a Disney MixMax option choose that one, rename your title and pick your destination folder and then click start it will do the rest. When finished just copy and past the movie to either your player or to a SD card. Good Luck, I hope this helped. Please rate me, Thank you.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
After 4 days of trying to figure out how to sync the videos to the Mix Max, I got this email from Disney:
Thank you for contacting us.
The default location for the media is:
If you are unable to locate the media in that folder please open the
Download Manager and click on the settings tab. Under current file
path, you will see the location of your media downloads.
To sync your media to your Mix Max, please close out the Disney Mix
Central application. Once the application is closed, please use Windows
Media Player to sync the media to your Mix Max. You will still receive
an error message from Windows Media Player saying that you do not have
sync rights, however the media should still sync to your Mix Max.
Disney Mix Central
I think this is way too difficult for a child to figure out because there is not one place on their website or the instruction manual that stated you had to use Windows Media Player instead of the Mix Central application. I was so mad that I sent them a message telling them what I thought about this whole thing.
Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
If your movie files are something other than WMV, I suggest downloading a free trial of Prizm video convertor. Very easy and self explanatory. The files are a bit larger than if you use Magic DVD Ripper, which is by far the best choice.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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