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Can't get video file off!!

I downloades a episode of Family Guy and it never showed up on my video files. So now it says I have over 900 mb used up but, there is nothing there!! Someone please help me!!

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After you connect the player to your computer, you should be able to see it by going into "My Computer" (on a windows system) It will show up as a removable drive. Open that drive and you will see the folders containing Music, Photos and Video. Open the Video folder and delete the ones you want to get rid of, that will free up space for music and pictures, but videos a another problem. I think there must be a firmware problem with these players that is preventing them from playing video. I have been searching for an update, but so far have not found one. I sent the manufacturer in China an email, but have yet to get a response. When I get a solution I will post it.

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It's different than Limewire (assuming you're familiar with that), you have to use what is called a tracker. Pirate Bay ( and Isohunt ( are very good. When you find a file you like, there'll be a link that says "download this torrent" (… or "download .torrent" (, just click on that and it will ask you what program to use. Utorrent is probably already set as the default program (when you install software a lot of times it sets itself up as the default player or program).

Here's some tips on the whole system. Hopefully these will help you avoid some of the things that slowed me down or caused me to waste serious time in the past, and also help you understand the whole system better:

It's good to read the comments on a tracker like Pirate Bay first as some of the files have weird codecs (A codec is the software used to compress the files without significant picture quality drop off. That's how most movies you'll be downloading go from 4+ gbs to around 7-800 mbs.) You can tell the file and codec type by the three or four letters after the dot. Ones that are .avi, .xvid, and .divx are more universal and can be played by Windows Media Player, some are more complicated and you'll end up having to download some codecs or some other player. It can be a real pain in the ***, because sometimes you'll have spent countless hours downloading something and then when you're finally done you have no idea how to open it (this happened to me a couple of times and I ended up just having to delete the file). If you can't tell what type it is, once you've started downloading the file on Utorrent if you click on the file, it's contents will appear in the scroll box at the bottom of the screen and the .avi or whatever will show up. VLC media player is a decent media player that can play pretty much everything (… Unfortunately I just found about it recently, because it almost definitely would have played some of those files I downloaded and deleted out of frustration when I couldn't figure out how to play them. Although the picture quality to me isn't as good as Windows Media Player or some other players.

Also Limewire is still useful but one advantage of torrents is that you can download a folder that has several files in it such as an entire album (… a season of a TV show (… or every show a TV series has produced (… Limewire now supports torrents and has some multi file folders you can download but they're still a little behind the ball.

Also, when you are downloading a file on utorrent if you click on the file and then right click on it's contents in the scroll box at the bottom, several options come up. You can one make one file "high priority" and it will download much faster than the others (for instance a certain episode of a TV show), also you can choose "don't download" and you won't download that file (like one particular song off an album that just sucks). For instance, since a YV show season can be huge, particularly in HD, and you might not be able to fit all of it on your hard drive at once, you can download episodes 1-12 of season 1 and then burn them onto a disc and then delete them from your hard drive, then download episodes 13-24 of season 1 burn those onto a disc and delete them, and so on and so forth. Or you could do the same with a show you like and then just watch the episodes and delete them.

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---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Adding content on your computer to iTunes
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Syncing videos automatically Connect your iPod to your computer and open iTunes. Select your iPod in the DEVICES section of the iTunes Source list.

In the main iTunes browser window, select the Music tab. Select the checkbox labeled "Sync music" and verify that the "Include music videos" checkbox is also selected. You have the option to sync all songs and playlists or selected playlists.

Movies can be automatically synced to iPod. Select the Movies tab and select the option to sync all movies, selected movies, or a certain number recent unwatched movies.

TV Shows can be automatically synced to iPod. Select the TV Shows tab and select the option to sync all TV shows or selected ones. You can also determine which episodes are synced based on if they are recent or unwatched.

Video Podcasts can be automatically synced to iPod. Select the Podcasts tab select the option to sync all podcasts or selected ones. You can also determine which episodes are synced based on if they are recent, new or unplayed.

Click Apply and iTunes will begin syncing the content you've selected to your iPod. Tip: You can use the capacity bar at the bottom of the iPod settings window to determine how much free space is available. The size of a playlist can be determined by selecting it and looking at the bottom of the iTunes window.

The iTunes LCD will display the sync progress and notify you when the iPod sync is complete.

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