My BF plugged my iriver into his computer to move some files. during which...the computer froze and had to be shut down. the next time i tried to use my iriver h320...it had no visible files on it, but says it is full! and even through the usb recognizez something is plugged in, the folder won't show in windows. please help! is it fried? thanks. allison
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Unfortunately, your H320 is great for music, but quite limited when it comes to video files.
The video format specs for Iriver H320 are:
File format: AVI Codec: XviD MPEG4 (recommend XviD 1.0.2 codec) Resolution: 220 x 176 only Frame Rate: 10 or 15fps Bit Rate: 500Kbps or less Audio Codec : MPEG 1/2/2.5 Layer3 Audio Bit Rate : 128Kbps, 44.1KHz, CBR
For video conversion, try Pazera's Video Suite or NCH Prism Video Converter; both are freeware.
You have to hit the on button twice to show as connected,then you can manually move files to the root directory by going to the computer ICON on your desktop, finding your MP3 player,then clickto open the file - the find thefile you want to copy or move onto the MP3 and drag it into the MP3's main file NOT the file that says RECORD