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Can not down load videos

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The videos need to be in .MTV format. Only .MTV converter that seams to work. After it is converted you can put it in any folder. To play the video, you have to hold down the menu button for a few seconds until it displays the function menu. Then choose the video function.
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Put your player in MSC USB mode, convert your videos in MTV format with the video converter, then drag and drop them in the MOVIE.DIR file of you player.

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