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As for me, i all through use Daniusoft video converter suite to convert various videos even Movie DVDs or HD videos to sony walkman-friendly format, and then put them to my Sony Walkman Video NWZ-S616F MP3 Player for watching ...
First off get the arcsoft media converter 3, then drag and drop the videos you want to get on your mp3 player into the program, after it converts it loads them onto your mp3 player as long as it?s connected, this program will also allow you to download YouTube videos and put them on your mp3 player too.
I modified the mp4 file using awesome program called ‘SUPER’ (a video/audio conversion program) I did two things.
1) Put the video size to 320X240.
2) I put the the bitrate to 1,008kbps (the .pdf manual on the CD that
came with the player states that it can handle mp4 videos up to a max 1,024kbps).
You can use the Sony Media Manager to convert your videos. Make sure the mp4 files are:
.mp4 video files that are Q VGA size (320x240) and conform to these
profiles: MPEG4-Simple P rofile, A VC Baseline P rofile v1.2, v1.3.
the size of the file is not an issue unless the total memory is exceeded... the video has to be in the correct format for the player to read it
download the youtube downloader program and convert the file to the sony mp4 format ..i think it is called p2p(mp4) within the program....transfer by dragging and dropping into videos folder when connected to computer by usb connector
Firstly; is it in the right format? You say MP4, but the video needs to be specifically MP4 - 320x240 screen resolution. It won't play if the resolution is incorrect.
So get that fixed up first if that's what's wrong (http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/ has a great program to convert videos to MP4). If not, sometimes my computer doesn't allow me to put files on it one way, but it will another, so try copy/paste instead of drop and drag. Hope that helps.
Download any video converter, its easily found on google. after downloading your movies, drag them into your any video converter on the top right hand side of the any video converter change profile to Customized MP4 movie, under that they'll be video options, i use as follows an it works perfectly, Video Codec: Xvid Video Size: 320x240 Video Bitrate: 768 Video Framerate: Auto Audio Options, Audio Codec: aac Audio Bitrate: 128 Sample Rate: 4410 Audio Channel: 2 Disable Audio: No A/V Sync: Default, be careful when downloading Any video converter, sometimes when you download it it only lets you convert 3 minutes of it try downloading fron a differtent site it completely free!!! and for the best Movie downloads for free go to www.pspiso.com sign up then go down to PSP format movies then movies, then scroll down and pick any of the uploaders, then go to the last page there will be a list of movies good Luck :) email me if theres any problems ill be glad to help :) email@example.com
u first convert the vedio into mp4 format and place it in the vedio folder of ur ipod if it does not play first convert the original vedio into mpeg format and then convert the mpeg file into mp4 and place it in the vedio folder
Make sure the video is in .wmv format. Sync it with Windows Media Player and it will convert it for you. You can get it into .wmv format by either using Windows Movie Maker and importing the video file and saving it, or google Prism Video converter and download that to convert it. It's fast, easy and efficient, and free.