Use the samsung media studio or rhapsody to put videos in it that's the only way. ive tried it with media player, and it doesn't work. the bad thing about it is that the video size is like 14 to 20 mb when it's in the player use the installation cd it came with to get rhapsody and the pther program. if you dont have it, you can download samsung media studio in samsung.com
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Hi. In order to put videos on the Samsung T9 player, you need to use the included software (Samsung Media Studio 5) to convert the video to the .svi format that the player recognizes. You didn't say if you'd used that software or not, so I can't be more specific about a solution until you let me know exactly what you've tried so far. If you don't have the software, it or it's follow-on should be available on the Samsung support website. Just use that to convert it and then put it into the Video folder in your player (drag and drop). I've loaded videos as large as 50 minutes on mine and it worked just fine. Good luck!
You don't need any software, when you plug it into your computer it should be recognised as a USB Mass Storage Device. This will allow you to drag and drop files like any other drive.
According to the manual, if this doesn't work there is a reset button on the back that will need to be pushed.
The software is only used for converting the file formats, you can use iTunes to convert those if you need to.
youre using Samsung Media Studio 5 right?
what i do is
1 unplug T10
2 right click video file
3 left click Convert file
4 select save folder you will remember
5 select service model T10
6 click convert
7 drag and drop the .svi into video folder on T10 in explorer
Hey man! I cannot directly answer your question yet because I haven't done much with video for the T10 yet. Like you, I tried a couple with WMP and one worked while the other didn't. I did find what looks like a very good conversion program that might fix your problems. It's at:
This drove me crazy, too! The trick is that you have to search the download section of Samsung.com with your very specific model number. You can't just use T10 or T10JAW just because that's the example they used on the website. For example, mine was YP-T10JAUY. Save the zip file to your desktop, then extract the files to your desktop (doesn't matter what folder name as long as you remember where the file are). Next, open a Windows Explorer window by right-clicking the "Start" button and select "Explore". Obviously, your T10 should be connected already. You'll see the T10 on the left-side window. HERE'S THE REAL TRICK: you have to get the T10 files to show up in the RIGHT side window. Click on the T10 to expand the internal folders (still in the left side window), then in the left window click on either "Data" or "Internal Storage"--which one you see will depend on whether you use Windows Media Player 10 or 11. Click on that on the left side and it should open the right side Explorer window to the files in the Data or Internal Storage folder. This is where you have to put the firmware. On the right side.
You can't drag-drop the firmware update files into the T10 in the left-side window. This is NOT clear in the firmware update instructions that you see in the new manual that goes with the new firmware. After you copy the firmware to the T10, you just disconnect from the computer and when you turn it on, it should upgrade the firmware.
Those YouTube "how to upgrade firmware" videos don't describe this...a HUGE oversight. None of the other various supposed how-to explanations said this stuff either. JEEZ! It's not that hard if someone would just explain it correctly! I wasted HOURS trying to figure this out. I hope it helps you.