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Can not transfer music and video files to my Samsung YP-Q2

by sandyssss / October 7, 2009 10:34 PM PDT

Hi everybody...

I can not use this " Emodio " software to transfer files to my YP-Q2. It just appears a message error and the program just close right away !.
I'm using instead windows media player to transfer music but I want to transfer video too, and it's not possible with windows. The mp3 accept .svi and .wmv files. Any ideas how can I transfer videos to Samsung YP-Q2??
Thanks in advance for any help !!


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by 1shado1 / October 8, 2009 12:21 PM PDT

The easiest way to transfer videos from your computer to your player would be to go into the menu and set pc connection to msc mode. Then when the player is hooked up to yor pc via usb, it will show up as another drive. If you click on this new drive, you shoul see the various folders such as music and video. You can now simply drag and drop the files from your pc to the video folder. Here's a link to the owners manual, in case you don't have one:


Not being able to use the emodio software creates a problem, though. It would have automatically transcoded your video files to a format and size playable by your player before loading them to it. What you need to do is investigate what exact format/size the files need to be, and find another software program to convert the videos before you drag and drop them to the player (skip Samsung's SVI format). Hopefully someone will post here with the specs needed, and suggestions of software to use. Best of luck!

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Thanks !!
by sandyssss / October 8, 2009 6:02 PM PDT
In reply to: Well...

Thanks for the tip.... I already did that, I tried with .wmv video,but the mp3 doesn't play that. There is a problem with the file. I think is the size or the format like you said, don't know really. Anyway still trying and got nothing....

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