How to View JPG, MP3, MOV, SWF on MS Pro?
I just bought a Media Stick Pro for use with a TH-55 but I don't know how to play any files on the Media Stick Pro.
I copied Jpeg files, MP3s, Quicktime Mov file, Flash Media Swf file to the Media Stick Directory using a computer card reader.
I can see the Media Stick Pro files when I plug it into the TH-55. But, how do I view Jpeg files, MP3s, Quicktime Mov files, Flash Media Swf files on the Media Stick Pro?
I really have to recommend you read the application manuals that were instalced on your PC when you installed the Clie Desktop software. I believe the program group is "Sony Handheld."
In addition to the included software, a search here or on a site like PalmGear will result in numerous third-party options.
Does anyone else know how that is willing to say it?
You have to store things in the appropiate folder for examples, movies should be kept at the MQ_ROOT/100MQV01/MOV00001.MQV .
By having the files in their appropiate folders, you should have no problem viewing them with your th55.
I hope this is the answer to your question.
I created the MQ_ROOT/100MQV01/ directory and put in a .MOV file but it didn't show up. Am I supposed to name it MOV0000X.MQV?
Also, what folders do I create for MP3s, JPGs, and SWF files? My TH-55 doesn't have these ROOT directories so I have no idea what I should do with MP3s, JPGs, SWFs.
Jpeg: /DCIM/10*MSDCF, where * = 0 - 9
Let's get this organized:
JPGs - put them into \DCIM\100MSDF
MP3 - \PALM\PROGRAMS\MSAUDIO (mp3s should be 128Kbps, Stereo for good results)
MOV - You must convert first. Use "Image Converter" to make the file a MQV. After which, you can have the converter install it for you (if you are running MS Import on the Clie) or do it manually: put the files in \MQ_ROOT\100MQV01 .. and yes, the file name will be changed to something like MOV00001.MQV automatically from the converter.
SWF - Put the SWFs in the directory \PALM\PROGRAMS\MSFLASH
Have fun! :)
I also have a lot of jpg's and gif's in /Palm/Images. I've noticed this only works for my TH55, it didn't work on my NX-73V (which I no longer have).
/Palm/Images also works on my NX60, and is a better choice to use for JPEG's since it doesn't require any special naming of the files
Its easier if you use the Data Export program, it will automatically create the folder needed for each file your copying.
How do I get the flash player to recognize flash files? I've copied them to the correct directory, but I can still only see the default "demo" file in FlashPlayer
As long as they are in the /Palm/Programs/MMFlash folder and have .swf extensions, the Flash player should automatically see the files
Ahhh. The thread higher up says MSFlash, not MMFlash. That might the problem... I shall check :)
Edit: That was the problem. Unfortunately, the flash files I wanted to play appear to be incompatible. Ah well :)
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