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Hi, the videos may not play if the Adobe Flash Player in the computer may corrupt or not updated to latest version. Please download and install the latest version of the Mozilla Firefox and then download and install the Adobe Flash Player. Please restart the Mozilla Firefox and visit the Youtube. Now the Videos should be playing.
Please search in google as Mozilla Firefox and Adobe Flash Player to get the download link for the Mozilla Firefox and Adobe Flash Player.
You have to use the Philips (Arcsoft) Media Converter to convert/transfer videos. If the converter is not recognizing a specific video type - FLV, for instance - download a free program called Riva FLV Encoder and convert the videos to AVI format first. Then the Philips Media Converter will recognize them. The Philips Media Converter is not capable of converting an entire DVD - you will have to acquire video editing software, and then break up the DVD files into 15-minute chunks, and then convert each chunk. If you are getting a codec error, do a google search for free video codecs - they are out there. Windows Codec Pack and downloading the latest version of quicktime will give you most of these needed codecs. This player is not capable of playing copyright-protected videos - so don't even bother with them. Additional information is available both from Philips website and from Arcsoft's website. -Tha Mp3 Doctor
Most videos are a set size for viewing if you enlarge the viewing of them. They will run slower and be pixelated because it has more work to do to play it It is normal for this to happen. You could try "VLC Player" and see if it makes a difference I use it for all videos and music files
Since vehicles started using High Energy Ignition engine noise in stereo equipment has been a issue. You have two options. The first is to try connecting your power wire to a alternate source that may have internal filtering. If you cant find a clean source of power you will have to add a inline filter on your power wire. You can pick them up at any stereo shop.