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VOB not working for converter

I recently purchased an 8gb philips go gear and it came with a media converter, it says that VOB is a supported file format but when i try to convert them, it just says that it isn't a supported file. I have tried this with sending things to a file and the device. It works with all the other formats i tried but not VOB.

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    fuckin dick face not giving your mp3 player away. whats wrong with you!!!?? (this is a hacker that stole doodlyman2's account)

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I can't convert my videos to the format that the Philips GoGear Vibe can support.


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NEED TO USE THE PHILIPS MEDIA CONVERTER APPLICATION PROVIDED TO CONVERT FILES TO FORMAT THAT THE PLAYER CAN READ


Hello,

All support for the SA6045/02 is on this page:
http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/dcbint/cpindex.pl?ctn=SA6045/02&slg=en&scy=GB
Scroll down to Software and drivers to see the Media Converter software.

Click the zip file and best would be to save the file to a location on your computer.
After the download finished, unzip the file with WinZip or Winrar.
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MC_2.0.2.80_SA33xx_SA61xx_Intl_GM_CD02004_0928 start Setup.exe to install Media Converter Software, ArcSoft.

MediaConverter for Philips converts following formats to player, into WMV :
AVI (Microsoft video I format), MPEG-1, 2, 4, DVD (*.vob), MOV, WMV, RM etc.
Needs Quicktime (for MOV) and Windows Media Player 11 (for WMV)
installations.

SA6045/02 manual:
http://download.p4c.philips.com/files/s/sa6045_02/sa6045_02_dfu_eng.pdf

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I put videos and then it says there is no videos so i go in folder view i click videos and it shows them but says file format not supported on philips go gear 8gb


i put videos and then it says there is no videos so i go in folder view i click videos and it shows them but says convert videos in philips media converter.how can i see my videos in my device?

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Not a problem just a question


You have to run the video files through the Philips Media Converter. I personally use Pinaccle Dazzle to connect the RCAs to my computer - use the Pinaccle software to capture the video - and then convert the VOB files to AVI format. Then, I can run the AVI's through the Philips Media converter. But this is not the only way to accomplish the feat.

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Non-Supported format detected


Some videos, like music videos, have a copyright protection system on them that will not allow them to play even if you use the converter. You can also go to Philips' website and get the upgrade for your Media Converter - worth a whirl.

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Help me please


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it simply means that you haven't added any mp3 or video files... if ya want the drivers go to the link below....

http://rapidshare.com/files/119939557/klmcodec395.rar

after installing this file, go to your philips media converter and add the videos you wanna convert, and convert it... after that jus copy the converted video files to the "videos" folder in your player....

if you have added any files and still your player doesn't detect it, then make sure you've copied it to the right folder... also check if those files are compatible with your player... sa3125/97 supports mp3, wma, n smv media files... n jpeg images...

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