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Mp3 vs mp4

I dragged files from my itunes and the player m250 will recognize and play mp3 but not mp4 which is most of my itunes files. It accepted the mp4 and shows on the computer but they do not show on the player itself. Any ideas?

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Hi Richards147,

Have you tried importing the file from your PC to the Sansa m250 directly rather than from iTunes?


You can also try converting your mp4 files from iTunes into mp3.
You will need to re-import your original files into mp3 format. You will need to change also your import settings to Mp3 encoder on iTunes. You can find this by choosing from the Menu bar of iTunes "Edit--->Preferences--->General---->Import Settings--->Import using : Mp3 encoder.

Regards.

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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