Profile for Memorex Digital Media Player MMP8585

Discussion in 'CloneDVD mobile' started by perrymc, Apr 2, 2008.

  1. perrymc

    perrymc Member

    Product specs for the MMP8585 says it will support the following:

    AVI decoder: xvid, size: 128 x 128 resolution, Frame Per Second: 30fps max, Bit Rate: 768 kbps max, Frequency Range: 8-48kHz, Audio Format: 128kbps, 48kHz, Stereo CBR)

    WMV decoder complexity: simple profile, size 128 x 128 resolution, Frame Per Second: 30fps max, Bit Rate: 384 kbps max, Frequency Range: 8-48kHz, Audio Format: 128kbps, 48kHz, Stereo CBR)

    I looked at the device.ini file and didn't see any profiles that would support 128x128 resolution. I plan on creating unique AVI and WMV profiles for the Memorex but am quite uncertain what to change or add. I plan to duplicate the Generic (DivX) (renamed to Memorex_AVI) and keep only one Res1 and one ResAna1 set to 128x128. I don't see that I have to change any other lines but I am not sure. I plan on doing the same with the WMV (renaming it Memorex_WMV)

    Any pointers or help would be appreciated .... Great site ... Great People !!!
  2. perrymc

    perrymc Member


    I tried to just change the resolution only but it didn't work! CDVDmobile created the avi file ok and it loaded and sync'd ok using WMP 10 but attempts to play it on the player returned the message "invalid file format". I didn't think to try and play it on WMP and I already deleted the file. So next attempt should be to try both???? but .... how can I figure out specifically what is missing that caused the 'invalid file format' message to be generated?
  3. profcolli

    profcolli Well-Known Member

    Tried this out for the fun of it. Try this one (modified from DivX profile):
    [* Memorex Digital Media Player MMP8585]
    mopts=-audio-preload 0.8 -delay 0.1 -lameopts cbr:br=128
    Format=avi -noodml
    Change quality slider to whatever you want up to the maximum (profile defaults to that).
    If it works post it in the sticky thread at the top of the forum.

    I presume you read the tutorial on how to transfer using WMP10?
    (specifically, disable "convert media files as this device requires" in WMP10 Tools/Device/Quality).
    Otherwise, try using the Memorex conversion software (in which case use the generic WMV profile to feed into that for fastest results - the Memorex software should "fix" the resolution and audio).

    128x128 resolution? Looked like a thumbnail of a movie on the widescreen film I tested the profile on ;) I guess there is a reason it gets a rating of only 3.1 out of 10 on
  4. perrymc

    perrymc Member

    profcolli, thanks for the guidance. It may be some time before I get to play with this as I am in and out of town for a bit ... I will post back once I try it and as you asked post the profile if it works.