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  1. #1 How do you get content onto the redray? 
    I have tried every way I can think of. I've made a .RED file and put it onto a fat32 sd card as well as flash drive and powered usb drive, but none of them show up in the redray menus.
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    In the manual you need to place the whole .RED encoded package, with folder structure intact into a folder called "CONTENT". Your flash drive or whatever will sniff in there and find what you need. It's all in the manual.
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    Hey Phil!

    Tank you very much, It there a digital manual somewhere that I missed on the site? The actual redray player I have is on lone so we can produce some content for it and they didn't send the paper manual with the player. I'll try making the CONTENT folder and see what happens!

    *Yep that worked thank you very much.
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    Gotcha, sounds like it worked. Here's what it needs to look like in case you need to know later:

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    Thanks for the tip Phil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    In the manual you need to place the whole .RED encoded package, with folder structure intact into a folder called "CONTENT". Your flash drive or whatever will sniff in there and find what you need. It's all in the manual.
    What manual? My RedRay arrived today, but there was no manual other than a one-page diagram Quick-Start Guide. I don't see anything on the web to download. Did someone leave the manual out of the box when they packed my player? I wouldn't know about making a Content folder if it weren't for this thread...
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    The manual is a PDF, ask your BS rep for it. It's not on the website.
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    Thanks Stacey!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Kalbach View Post
    What manual? My RedRay arrived today, but there was no manual other than a one-page diagram Quick-Start Guide. I don't see anything on the web to download. Did someone leave the manual out of the box when they packed my player? I wouldn't know about making a Content folder if it weren't for this thread...

    same no manual.

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