The Non-Computers Section

This page is here to help you enjoy videos and pictures on all of your media players outside of your computer like mobile phones, PDA's, hand-held devices, video-game consoles, normal televisions, and anything else that is capable of playing a video!

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General Tips and Advice
  • Sometimes it's hard to enter our full URL on phones or consoles, so feel free to use our abbreviated URL http://myfreep.com which will just redirect to http://www.myfreepaysite.com
     
  • Not all videos will work on all devices.  There are lots of different media formats and some are just incompatible with some devices.  We try our best to provide you with the latest software and converters, but if a certain movie or media format doesn't work, just try another one.
     
  • We try our best to create our main website such that it works on all devices but since it is optimized for computers, it might not always function perfectly on other devices.  For example, you may find it hard to navigate on the small screen of a mobile phone or using the controller of a Wii.  Therefore, we recommend you download movies to your computer and then transfer them to your devices to you can watch content from our website at any time.

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Cell phone / Mobile phone / Blackberry / PDA

Nearly ALL modern mobile phones that have video, support a video format called the Third Generation Mobile Video Standard, or 3GP for short.

High-end PDAs, including the Blackberry, also support a variety of other file types.  Please reference your instruction manual, Wikipedia or Google to find out what other video formats are supported by your phone.

The easiest way to watch videos on your phone is the following:

(1)  Download the video file to your computer.
(2)  Convert the video file into 3GP format (or any format that your phone supports).
(3)  Transfer the new video file to your phone.


(1)  Download the video file to your computer.

This step is the easiest.  Simply navigate to a section of our website, or any website, that allows you to download video content and do so.  Just remember where on your computer you choose to save the video file so you can find it for step (2).


(2)  Convert the video file into 3GP format (or any format that your phone supports).

If your phone supports the video format of the file that you downloaded in step (1) then you can skip this step.  But usually you will need to convert the file into 3GP format before your phone will be able to play the video.  You will need to download and install conversion software for your computer which will turn ordinary video files into 3GP files that your phone can play.

The best free conversion software for 3GP is called SUPER, here are step by step instructions on how to download and install it.

Once you have it running, read this simple tutorial on using SUPER to convert any video file to 3GP format so you can play it on your mobile device.


(3)  Transfer the new video file to your phone.

Once you have your video in 3GP format or another format that your phone can play, you will need to transfer the video from your computer to your phone.  There are a few ways to do it, all depending on the capability of your phone:

a) USB Connection - Some phones allow you to hook them up to your computer, usually using a USB cable.  You may need to get a special cable or install special software specific to your phone.  This should allow you to transfer the video files to your phone. 

b) Memory Card - Many modern phones have memory cards, such as MicroSD (formerly called TransFlash).  Get a USB memory card reader for your computer and transfer your video files to it and then put the memory card into your phone to transfer the video file to your phone.

c) Bluetooth - If your phone has Bluetooth capability then you can buy a Wireless Bluetooth USB Adapter for your computer and sync up your computer with your phone.  This will let you wirelessly transfer your video files to your phone.

 

This should let you view nearly every video file right on your phone.  If you run into any problems, please post your question on the Portable Video forum at Video Help.


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Apple iPod / iPhone / Apple TV

The video iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV support a couple of video formats, the most common are MPEG-4 and MOV.

The easiest way to watch videos on your phone is the following:

(1)  Download the video file to your computer.
(2)  Convert the video file into MPEG-4 format.
(3)  Transfer the new video file to your iPod / iPhone / Apple TV.


(1)  Download the video file to your computer.

This step is the easiest.  Simply navigate to a section of our website, or any website, that allows you to download video content and do so.  Just remember where on your computer you choose to save the video file so you can find it for step (2).


(2)  Convert the video file into MPEG-4 format.

The best and easiest tool for converting video files to play on the iPod is called the Videora iPod Converter.  For the iPhone, use the Videora iPhone Converter.  For Apple TV, use the Videora Apple TV Converter.

Here is the tutorial on how to use the Videora iPod Converter.  It's very simple.

If you have any problems, please visit the Videora iPod / iPhone / Apple TV forums.

If you don't like Videora, you can try SUPER which also converts to iPod's MPEG-4.
 

(3) Transfer the new video file to your iPod / iPhone / Apple TV.

Once you have your new video file in MP4 format, just upload it to your iPod or iPhone the same way you upload your songs, using iTunes or whatever software you use.

 

This should let you view nearly every video file right on your iPod or iPhone.  If you run into any problems, please post your question on the Portable Video forum at Video Help.

 


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Microsoft Zune

The Microsoft Zune is Microsoft's answer to Apple's iPod.  It is capable of playing 2 common video formats: MPEG-4 and WMV (it also plays some MOV files).  The WMV format supported by the Zune is very specific and therefore many of the videos that you find that are already in WMV format will need to be converted into a WMV format that the Zune will support.

The easiest way to watch videos on your Zune is the following:

(1)  Download the video file to your computer.
(2)  Convert the video file into MPEG-4 or Zune-supported WMV format.
(3)  Transfer the new video file to your iPod / iPhone.


(1)  Download the video file to your computer.

This step is the easiest.  Simply navigate to a section of our website, or any website, that allows you to download video content and do so.  Just remember where on your computer you choose to save the video file so you can find it for step (2).


(2)  Convert the video file into MPEG-4 format or Zune-supported WMV.

The best way to convert video files into Zune-supported WMV is using the video conversion software SUPER.  Once you run SUPER, select the Output Container from the dropdown as "Microsoft - Zune" and it will convert video files into a WMV format that Zune can play.

Note:  Since Zune also supports MPEG-4 (MP4), you should also be able to play your video files that you have converted for your iPod or other media.  Or you can select MP4 from the dropdown in SUPER's Output Container, but make sure to keep the Bitrate under 720 kbps, as that is the maximum that Zune can support.


(3) Transfer the new video file to your Zune

Once you have your new video file in Zune-supported WMV or MP4 format, just upload it to your Zune the same way you upload your songs and other media.

 

This should let you view nearly every video file right on your Zune.  If you run into any problems, please post your question on the Portable Video forum at Video Help.

 


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Sony Playstation Portable (PSP)

The PSP supports only MPEG-4 video, which is the common format supported by handheld video devices.  However, due to the technical specifications of the PSP, it's a good idea to encode video files specifically for it.

The easiest way to watch videos on your PSP is the following:

(1)  Download the video file to your computer.
(2)  Convert the video file into MPEG-4 format.
(3)  Transfer the new video file to your PSP.


(1)  Download the video file to your computer.

This step is the easiest.  Simply navigate to a section of our website, or any website, that allows you to download video content and do so.  Just remember where on your computer you choose to save the video file so you can find it for step (2).


(2)  Convert the video file into MPEG-4 format.

The best way to convert video files into PSP-optimized MPEG-4 format is an excellent tool called PSP Video 9.

Here is the official tutorial for how to use PSP Video 9 to get videos on your PSP.  Here is the official forum on PSP Video 9 where you can post any questions you pay have.

If you don't like PSP Video 9, you can try SUPER which also converts to PSP's MPEG-4.


(3) Transfer the new video file to your PSP.

Once you have your new video file in MPEG-4 format, just upload it to your PSP the same way you upload your songs and other media.

 

This should let you view nearly every video file right on your PSP.  If you run into any problems, please post your question on the Portable Video forum at Video Help.

 


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Sony Playstation 3 (PS3)

The PS3 is a very cool multimedia system and it supports MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and even some Flash (FLV) formats.  This means that the PS3 can play many MPEG files already, but other file formats like AVI and WMV, for example, will need to be converted.

The easiest way to watch videos on your PS3 is the following:

(1)  Download the video file to your computer.
(2)  Convert the video file into a PS3-supported MPEG format. (if needed)
(3)  Transfer the new video file to your PS3.


(1)  Download the video file to your computer.

This step is the easiest.  Simply navigate to a section of our website, or any website, that allows you to download video content and do so.  Just remember where on your computer you choose to save the video file so you can find it for step (2).

(If the video files that you download end in ".mpg" or ".mpeg" then you may be able to skip the next step, as long as the files are already in a supported MPEG format.)


(2)  Convert the video file into a PS3-supported MPEG format. (if needed)

The best way to convert video files into PS3-supported MPEG format that is optimal for your television is by using a tool called PS3 Video 9.

The tool is very simple and effective. Once you launch PS3 Video 9, use the tabs at the top of your screen to navigate around the program.  For example, click on Convert --> Current Conversion in the tabs at the top and then click on Convert Video.  If you are happy with the default settings, press Start.

The tutorial for PS3 Video 9 is currently being created so if you have any questions in the meantime please post on the PS3 Video 9 Forum and they will help you immediately.

Note: PS3 Video 9 and PSP Video 9 are not the same thing.  They are made by the same company and it's confusing but one is for the PS3 and one is for the PSP.


(3)  Transfer the new video file to your PS3.

(a) If your PS3 is connected to the Internet, the easiest (and most fun) way of transferring your video files to it is using a tool called PS3 Media Center X.  It is made by the same company that makes PS3 Video 9 so they work very well together.

Basically, the PS3 Media Center X will turn your computer into a private website that will be accessible from the web browser inside your PS3.  Then you will be able to browse all of the movies on your computer using your PS3 and download/save/play them.

Here is a quick step by step guide for beginners.  We are assuming default drive names and directory names.  Please make changes as needed.

1) If you used PS3 Video 9 to convert the video files, please open the program, go to Settings -> Devices and select a device, and note the directory where your converted files are stored. This should look something like:

C:\Documents and Settings\USER\My Documents\Converted Videos\PS3\MPEG4-AVC

2) Open PS3 Media Center X
3) You will see a dialog that says something like:

Media Center is Active - http://192.168.2.8:8192/

4) Write down that IP address and open your PS3 Web Browser and navigate to EXACTLY that IP address, EXACTLY as it appears.  (Make sure the PS3 Media Center X Program is still running on your PC).
5) Once you open that IP on your PS3 Browser, click on My Files, and then navigate to the directory in step (1).  The default is:

C:\Documents and Settings\USER\My Documents\Converted Videos\PS3\MPEG4-AVC

6) Now all of your computer files are at your fingertips. Download whichever one you like and you will be able to play it on your PS3.

This sounds complicated but it's actually very fast and easy.  It will also impress your friends. :-) If you have any problems, please visit the PS3 Media Center X forums, there is a thread right at the top with very detailed help.

(b) If your PS3 is not connected to the Internet, you will not be able to use the method above. Your only choice will be to copy the videos from your computer to a memory card and then insert the memory card into your PS3 and download the videos to your PS3.  You will have to buy a memory hard that is supported by your PS3 as well as a USB card reader for your PC.

If you run into trouble, check out the Unofficial PS3 Media Guide from the Playstation forums.

This should let you view nearly every video file right on your PS3.  If you run into any problems, please post your question on the Media Center forum at Video Help.


NOTE: Alternatively, if you can find MPEG files on the Internet, then you can use your PS3 browser to navigate to them and save them directly from the Internet, without having to convert and transfer them.  Choose the option that is easier for you. :-)

 


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Nintendo Wii

The Nintendo Wii supports primarily Flash (FLV) video formats. This means that in order to view most of your video files on your Wii, you will need to convert them.

The easiest way to watch videos on your Wii is the following:

(1)  Download the video file to your computer.
(2)  Convert the video file into a Wii-supported Flash (FLV) format.
(3)  Transfer the new video file to your Wii.


(1)  Download the video file to your computer.

This step is the easiest.  Simply navigate to a section of our website, or any website, that allows you to download video content and do so.  Just remember where on your computer you choose to save the video file so you can find it for step (2).

(If the video files that you download end in ".flv" then you may be able to skip the next step, as long as the files are already in a supported Flash (FLV) format.)


(2)  Convert the video file into a Wii-supported Flash (FLV) format.

The best way to convert video files into Wii-supported Flash (FLV) format is by using a tool called Wii Video 9.

The tool is very simple and effective. Once you launch Wii Video 9, use the tabs at the top of your screen to navigate around the program.  For example, click on Convert --> Current Conversion in the tabs at the top and then click on Convert Video.  If you are happy with the default settings, press Start.

The tutorial for Wii Video 9 is currently being created so if you have any questions in the meantime please post on the Wii Video 9 Forum and they will help you immediately.

 

(3)  Transfer the new video file to your Wii.

(a) If your Wii is connected to the Internet, the easiest (and most fun) way of transferring your video files to it is using a tool called Wii Media Center X.  It is made by the same company that makes Wii Video 9 so they work very well together.

Basically, the Wii Media Center X will turn your computer into a private website that will be accessible from the web browser inside your Wii.  Then you will be able to browse all of the movies on your computer using your Wii and download/save/play them.

Here is a quick step by step guide for beginners.  We are assuming default drive names and directory names.  Please make changes as needed.

1) If you used Wii Video 9 to convert the video files, please open the program, go to Settings -> Devices and select a device, and note the directory where your converted files are stored. This should look something like:

C:\Documents and Settings\USER\My Documents\Converted Videos\Wii\FLV

2) Open Wii Media Center X
3) You will see a dialog that says something like:

Media Center is Active - http://192.168.2.8:8192/

4) Write down that IP address and open your Wii Web Browser and navigate to EXACTLY that IP address, EXACTLY as it appears.  (Make sure the Wii Media Center X Program is still running on your PC).
5) Once you open that IP on your Wii Browser, click on My Files, and then navigate to the directory in step (1).  The default is:

C:\Documents and Settings\USER\My Documents\Converted Videos\Wii\FLV

6) Now all of your computer files are at your fingertips. Download whichever one you like and you will be able to play it on your Wii.

This sounds complicated but it's actually very fast and easy.  It will also impress your friends. :-) If you have any problems, please visit the Wii Media Center X forums, there is a thread right at the top with very detailed help.

(b) If your Wii is not connected to the Internet, you will not be able to use the method above. Your only choice will be to copy the videos from your computer to a memory card and then insert the memory card into your Wii and download the videos to your Wii.  You will have to buy a memory hard that is supported by your Wii as well as a USB card reader for your PC.

 

This should let you view nearly every video file right on your Wii.  If you run into any problems, please post your question on the Media Center forum at Video Help.

 


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Microsoft Xbox 360

The Xbox 360 is currently a very difficult console with which to play videos.  There are two ways to watch videos on the Xbox 360: download them from the Xbox Live Marketplace or stream them from your PC (only possible if you have the Windows Media Center operating system installed) using the Xbox 360 as a Media Center Extender.

To learn more, please read the Unofficial FAQ on Xbox 360 Video - by Videora.

Additionally, here is the information from Microsoft on the Xbox 360 video and how to set it up on your Media Center PC.

Official Microsoft's Xbox 360 PC Setup Guide

Official FAQ: Media Center PC and Xbox 360


So if you have a Windows Media Center PC and you have set up your Xbox 360 as a Media Center Extender, then you are able to stream certain files from your computer.

First, you will have to download the video file you want to stream, from our website or any website on the Internet.

Then you will need to convert it into a format that your Xbox 360 will understand.  The best tool for this is the Xbox 360 Converter from Videora.

Once you have converted your files, place them in a directory where you are able to access them through your Xbox 360.

If you have any questions, please post in the Videora Xbox360 Converter forums and you will receive help.  Additionally, you can check out the Media Center forum at Video Help.

 


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Other Devices ...for which we have software or advice.

Tivo - Videora TiVo Converter for Series 2 TiVo.

Old PSPs - Videora PMP Converter for the PMP format on PSP v1.5.

If we are missing any devices, please let us know.


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Downloading and Installing SUPER

The best and most powerful conversion software for most video and audio file formats is called SUPER.  Even though it is 100% free, it is much better than any other conversion software that will cost you money.

You can download SUPER on their homepage.  It is a little bit tricky to get to the download link (maybe they want you to get lost and click on an advertisement so they make some money.)

1) Click here to go to the SUPER download section.
2) Near the bottom, click the link that says "Start Downloading SUPER"
3) Scroll down a little bit and click the link that says "download and use"
4) Scroll all the way down and click the link that says "SUPER setup file"
5) Download and install the program.


Notes on SUPER:

 


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Notes on PSP/PS3/Wii Video 9, Videora, and Media Center X

All of these programs are made by the company Red Kawa.  They often work very well together.  But when you install more than one of these, you will need to be especially careful when running your conversions.

For example, when you open PS3 Video 9, you will see a drop-down menu which will allow you to select which device to convert for, the PS3, PSP, Wii etc.  So make sure to select the correct device.

If you have any questions or problems with any Red Kawa converters, please visit the awesome Red Kawa Forums where the makers of the software will help you right away!

 


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End Notes

Since new devices come out every day, and supported video formats change all the time, this guide is, and will always be, a work-in-progress.  So if you have any comments, contact us!

Also, with the portable media market booming, there are lots of dishonest websites that try to convince people that they have to spend money on buying special porn movies or special software for their iPod or any other portable device.  That's just not true.  Those websites are scams, providing low-quality content and usually without any instructions on how to use it.

Any movie that you download on our site can EASILY be viewed anywhere else 100% free.  You just have to take a minute and learn to do it by reading this page.

Our goal here at MyFreePaysite.com is always user satisfaction so we make sure to stay on top of all the trends so our users can enjoy the latest and greatest of what's out there.  We are compatible with every technology that's out there .. if a new one comes out that we are not compatible with, please let us know.

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