how to put a dvd onto a mp4 player?

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Found 10th Nov 2011
trying to put a dvd onto my daughters mp4 player , its not a ipod its just a cheap mp4 player but cant find where to do it , ive used a dvd decrypter sao done that part but dont know what to do now? downloaded a ipod convertor but doesnt seem to work with this mp4 player ,does anyone know how to do it?

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Which point are you having the problem?
Is the mp4 player picking up the file/ showing on player?
Is it recognized file format?
Have you got any files already on the player?
Is there enough capacity?
Are there folders already created to drop the V file into?
Is it a simple drag and drop or is software needed to mount?

Answer the above and you should get the answer by members, also list what file formats it supports

Edited by: "simplex" 10th Nov 2011

Original Poster

to be honest i dont have a clue what im doing i googled it and followed the instructions , but the 2nd part is for ipods , this is just a cheap non brand mp4 player she has , ive used a dvd decrypter and have the file on the hard drive but dont know what to do now , ive not put anything on it before and there is just a trailer for a film on it and a couple of sample music tracks , when i connect to the laptop via the usb it said drivers were installed but i think i need a program to view files on it ect as nothing else pops up

Banned

try xvid4psp on the decrypted VIDEO_TS folder

hawick

to be honest i dont have a clue what im doing i googled it and followed … to be honest i dont have a clue what im doing i googled it and followed the instructions , but the 2nd part is for ipods , this is just a cheap non brand mp4 player she has , ive used a dvd decrypter and have the file on the hard drive but dont know what to do now , ive not put anything on it before and there is just a trailer for a film on it and a couple of sample music tracks , when i connect to the laptop via the usb it said drivers were installed but i think i need a program to view files on it ect as nothing else pops up



Did it come with software on a dvd? Are you able to view the files already on the player? You maybe able to see file format on info when actually using the player.
Try simple drag n drop to same folder as sample


Edit: Can you tell us what player it is, if someone has one here it will be much easier to help

Edited by: "simplex" 10th Nov 2011

there are many different mp4 formats.
it will depend on what play it is, let us know the name/model of the player and i'm sure we'll be able to help
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