Question about Sony Walkman NWZ-S616F MP3 Player
There are a couple of ways to do this. Sony offers three programs to help you with this, one called Sonic stage, one called Content transfer, and last, Media Manager for Walkman. You can download these programs from the Sony site for free. You will also need to find a program called "Any Video Converter" It Is a free program, and you use it to convert your videos into a MP4 format that the Sony can decode and play. All you need is to pick a video you want to play on your Sony, Convert it to MP4 format, and copy that video on to the Sony player right into the players Video folder. Hook up the player to your computer, go to my computer and right click chose explore look for the Sony player on the tree open the tree in the player look for the video folder and copy your new video into that folder and your good to go. The Sony programs may or may not be useful for you. You do not have to have them. Have Fun with it.
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