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If you can find the program Zorg it is the replacement for Zapp and can convert video files to fit the Zvue units!! You can use Windows media player v 10 or higher for mp3 files and not sure about converting videos to size.
Conect the ipod player to the computer where controls are acquired. For example, the computer would provide accessibilty to the mp3 player. media playes like windows media player, real one player, apple media players, juke box media convertors are the audio, video management software programs on the computer. As long as the computer would acquire media as videos, the computer mediaprofram should provide the transfer buttons between external connectable devices like mp3 players. However, the media players have various compartibilities recognisable as media formats. The mp3 player should have dictated the compartible format that is capable of being encoded. Important notes includes that, mp3 playes would only encode medias that have been loaded onto the computer completely. For example, if wanting to acquire music transfer to the mp3 player device, the music CD has to be extracted first into the computers media player like windows media player from where transferability is achievable into the MP3 player. Usually, the computer media player should state that the feature functionality is capable of MP3 IPOD transfers. For example, once login to the windows media player software, copy available media files from the files library into the player list area to be manipulated as transfers/sync. Also, the media player of the computer should recognise connected media devices with popup logos indicating transfereabilities.
To put music on your zvue spirit mpe player, you will need a computer system that you have music on already. i mean you must have stired some music on the computer system
I believe your zvue spirit player came with a usb cord, connect your zvue spirit mpe player to your computer system.
Go to my computer on the desktop of your computer, right click and open, you will see a drive or an icon representing your zvue spirit mpe player.
right click on it to open and create a folder that you want to store the music on.
Go to your computer system where the music are stored, highlight all and right to copy. Go to the folder you created on your zvue spirit mpe player, open the folder and right click to paste the music you copied from your computer system in it.
Safely eject your zvue spirit mpe player and go to the folder you stored the music to see all the songs.
lol your mp3 lost its spirit. try plugging it into a regular wall plug in instead of the computer. finding a cord that will let you plug it into a wall plug in shouldnt be that hard to find, those mp3 players have a very common jack. if that doesn't work then your batter is probably shot or the wires broke.
Use a program called Zorg to create your movie files.
I have not used the Zapp program as I found it well.... stupid. IF you have windows XP or Vista when you connect your zvue you can see it as a device under " My Computer" just open and drag and drop your files onto the system Even better is if you have a SD card reader, you can just copy the files directly into the card in about a 3rd of the time.
If you have a liiittle experience with a screwdriver, try opening it. you may find cableties that are loose... just try very gently to get them back to thei positions and it will work fine.
if this won't do just mail me.