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Videos I recently purchased this mp3 player with the intention of watching videos on it also. It appears to not support mp4 files. The file converter that it came with does not convert mp4 file either. does anyone know how to solve this issue? the player converts it to an .smv file, and i've tried several mp4 to smv converters to no avail. all help is appreciated.

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Try this now-free program...go to this website:

http://etronicsland.com/smv-mp4-player-video-conversion-converter-software-download-p-167.html

once you are there, click add to cart. then enter in your information (or make it up) and follow the steps, and you'll eventually get to a screen to download it. You basically enter in your information like your gonna buy it, but its $0.00 so its (obviously) free. I already did it myself.

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