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Default windows media player XDA II

Ive transfered mp3 video files over to my XDA II but media player wont play them why? Is there a file size limit?
I have transferred audio mp3 over with no problem
 
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well maybe windows mediaplayer dont like the bit pr secund rate of those mp3's ms dont really like mp3 and like to push their own format which is wma
i would try winampaq or some other free player and see if it play more nicely otherwise try different bitrates or maybe another codec
in cdex you can choose between a few mp3 encoders
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Video MP3 file? I don't think so.... :wink:

Windows Media Player will play wma, mp3 for audio and wmv and avi (possibly others too) for video, the bitrates and resolution size you use are important for quality of picture and quality of playback.

Use Windows Media Encoder for a nice little batch of tools, if you use Windows XP, then you can also use the windows movie maker which can export movies straight to pocketpc format.

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if he mean video and in mpg and not mp3 then
pockettv and pocketmvp are pretty good mpg players
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