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Need help transfering movies

jharo

Jan 27, 2008, 11:29 AM
Ok, I'm having problems. I followed the directions from below, no problem. I don't know which file to to convert. When you open a DVD, it has like 8-9 files. I don't know how to get it over to my phone. I dragged it over to my phone, but I when I go to play it, I can't find it. Anybody know what I'm doing wrong?


I personally use Magic Video Converter, but others have used SUPER, amongst other programs, with these settings:

For Magic Video Converter:

1) On the toolbar across the top, select "To MP4".
2) You will see a button called, "Edit Profile", click on the down arrow and select "Add".
3) Under the "General" Tab, select "Mobile Movie" as your type.
4) Now go into your "Video" Tab.
5) Under bitrate, select "Specify Setti...
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jharo

Jan 27, 2008, 12:18 PM
Ok, I figured part of it out. You have to transfer the video file using a card reader. Drag and drop into the my flix folder. The only thing I haven't figured out is which files you need to convert. The DVD has alot of files. I don't know exactly which file is the full movie. I think that the files are the chapters, but I don't want to have to keep starting a new chapter everytime one ends. I want to just watch the whole movie.
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christiematson

Jan 27, 2008, 4:25 PM
hello! i'm sorry i can't help you with what file to choose because I already had my movies converted with another program...but i do have a question that maybe you could answer. Once you've clicked and dragged the movie file into the removable storage file on the phone, how do you access the movie on the voyager...do you know?

thanks and i hope someone can answer your question! 🙂
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jharo

Jan 27, 2008, 5:11 PM
Drag and drop it to the my flix folder. It can be accessed in the get it now/pictures&videos/my videos.

What program did you use?
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christiematson

Jan 27, 2008, 6:19 PM
thank you!! one more question...where do you find the my flix folder? is it in the removable memory file in the phone? i've looked for the flix folder and can't seem to find it. grr! i used pqdvd, i originally bought it to put movies on my ipod. so i just used that. it was 30 dollars or so...anyway, talk to you soon. thanks!

christie
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brucefulton

Jan 27, 2008, 8:45 PM
You need to format the microsd card using the phone. That will create the folder.
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jharo

Jan 27, 2008, 11:49 PM
Like bruce said, after you format your memory card, your phone will create all of the folders on your memory card. Are you using the same settings on pqdvd that are for your ipod for your voyager?
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christiematson

Jan 28, 2008, 1:38 AM
yup, i figured it out. i actually transfered the movie onto my phone through bluetooth. it worked well.

do you know how to transfer music from bluetooth onto the disk and then put it into my music on the voyager?

have you figured out what you need to figure out yet?
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jharo

Jan 28, 2008, 8:58 AM
Transfer it the same way, except put it in my music. I transfer music using the usb and the vcast music manager. The music manager kinda sucks, but I have Vista OS and I have a problem using Windows Media Player. I supposed I could drag and drop it into the my music folder too.

I haven't quite figured out the movie thing yet. Did you change the settings on you program to convert the movies, or did you leave them the same as for you ipod? I think I might try a different program to convert my movies.

Bruce, do you have any advise?
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jharo

Jan 29, 2008, 12:33 PM
Do you know what I'm doing wrong? When using magic video converter, the program transfers each chapter separately; therefore, I have to watch one chapter then open the next chapter, so on and so forth.
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