Question about Philips Audio Players & Recorders
You need a video converter that can convert the video to the format compatible with your MP3 player.
You can use this video converter - http://www.folksoft.com/video-converter/x-video-converter.html
It Converts video and animated images to diversified video formats for different multimedia devices; supports conversion of audio MP3, WMA, WAV, RA, M4A, AAC, AC3, OGG.; retains original sound and video quality; fast conversion speed.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
Download the Philips Media Converter from the philips website and follow the necessary prompts to install the converter to your computer's hard drive.
Convert your video to a format that is comparable with your Philips MP3 player. Click on the "Browse" action when the media converter opens. Locate your video file in Windows Explorer when its dialog screen opens. Click on the file and select "Open" at the bottom of the dialog window. Double-click on the "Convert" action when the video file loads into your media converter.
Connect your Philips MP3 player to your computer. Plug your Philips MP3 player's USB sync cable into the device itself and an available USB hub on your computer. Once the connection is detected by your computer, an AutoPlay screen will appear with actions you can take for the device.
Load the video to your Philips MP3 player. Click on the "Open Folder to View Files" action in the AutoPlay window. Windows Explorer will open and display your Philips MP3 player's hard drive and media files. Locate your video file on your computer's hard drive. Click on your video file and drag it to the MP3 player's Windows Explorer screen. An indication window will appear on your computer screen displaying the estimated loading time. Once the window disappears, this will be your indication the video has been loaded successfully.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have to convert your files into .smv format. those are the only types os videos that the player will play. your music player should have come with a cd and that cd contains a program that will convert your videos into .smv format. if you dont have the cd, you can download the program from the trekstor official website.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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