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Old 08-30-2008, 07:12 PM
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Default If your Samsung YP-P2 won't play MPEG-4 files, read this thread

My friend has trouble with his P2 and EmoDio saying that he can't seem to transfer MPEG4 files using EmoDio to his P2. He told me that he gets an error screen telling him that he's encountered a serious error. I've taken the same file he wanted to put into his P2 (Family Guy: Harvest Moon) and was successfully able to play it on my P2. I was going to send him this letter as a private e-mail but I will post this here so any of you that have this same problem can figure it out.

Ok, so first, get the MPG4 or whatever file you want to put into your P2 but EmoDio won't let you.
In this case, Family Guy Harvest Moon MPEG-4 file.


Then, you need to go to http://google.com
In the search bar, type in anyvideoconverter (no spaces)


Click on the first link


Scroll down a bit until you see Any Video Converter Freeware
(FREEWARE!! YAY!!)


Click it and download (Hmm.. taking too long??)


After done downloading, open up program (if yours look slighlty different, just go on)


On the tabs on the top, click file


Then click Set Output folder (This is tell where the converted files to go to)


I reconmmed the desktop, but you can set it to wherever you want


Now, click Add Video


Browse through the files and find the file you want to convert and double click to open


Make sure the little check box on the left side is checked


Now, on the right side, choose the file format you want to convert it to. (For reconmmended P2 settings, I chose WMV)


Then click Encode


Wait till the video is done converting (This might take a while, I suggest you do something else while it's converting)

Now, find the WMV file wherever you saved it (mine's on the desktop already)


Now, open up EmoDio


Make sure that the tab on the My PC side is chosen to the video


And on the right side, make sure the P2 tab is set to video


Now, drag the WMV file to the My PC side


Now, press the little arrow pointing to the right (P2 side) near the center of the screen


When it' done converting, unplug your P2

Turn on, navagiate to videos


You should find your video


Enjoy!!!

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Old 08-30-2008, 07:16 PM
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lol u blocked out a bunch of stuff hahah
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Old 08-30-2008, 07:19 PM
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lol u blocked out a bunch of stuff hahah
yea, they're my personal info
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Old 08-30-2008, 08:25 PM
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Can you do this for a VOB?

There really needs to be a nice tutorial like this for burning strait from DVD. One program, maybe 30 minutes of work, no changing 100 settings and having codecs downloaded to who-knows-where. Good job, I can't wait till the fast and furious 4 trailer is availible for download. I'll get that on the P2.
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Old 08-30-2008, 09:09 PM
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Why not just take Prt Scr shots? Nice guide anyway
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:31 PM
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first off, your file should be coded in XviD and should end up being a .svi file, and second, media coder is the best for transcoding video files, your method takes way too long

p.s. please dont post useless stuff like this, theres already a thread that shows you how to transcode video, and this was posted in the wrong place

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Can you do this for a VOB?

There really needs to be a nice tutorial like this for burning strait from DVD. One program, maybe 30 minutes of work, no changing 100 settings and having codecs downloaded to who-knows-where. Good job, I can't wait till the fast and furious 4 trailer is availible for download. I'll get that on the P2.
with media coder you should be able to do this, or try MobiDVD
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Old 08-31-2008, 02:46 PM
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Nice little tutorial, Coaxkte.

It's nice to have alternative methods and be able to encode files to the P2. When one method won't work (or can't be figured out!) we have this to try...THANKS!
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Old 09-17-2008, 03:40 PM
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first off, your file should be coded in XviD and should end up being a .svi file, and second, media coder is the best for transcoding video files, your method takes way too long

p.s. please dont post useless stuff like this, theres already a thread that shows you how to transcode video, and this was posted in the wrong place



with media coder you should be able to do this, or try MobiDVD
this isn't useless, the other ways take so many more steps and have many problems. not tha this is perfect(make it wmv then use emodio) but it's better than adjusting 5,000 settings.
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Really useful, in case I want to do something like this. Hey, Does this require broadband internet access or can you do it on dial-up? Does it run with Windows XP? Sorry for all the quizzin, but I'm curious to know in case I feel like doin this.
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Old 12-25-2008, 03:39 AM
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Best tutorial.
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Old 12-25-2008, 04:59 AM
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i do this but i also change the video size to 480x272 and the result its just perfect!
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