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if you want to put DVD onto creative Zen, fine, you can use iOrgsoft DVD to Creative Zen converter to remove the DRM(Digital Right Management) and regional restriaction from DVD, and you can also use it to convert DVD to avi, wmv or mpg for playback on creative zen.
if your zen comes with a video converter then slip into you r pc to install. for downloading music you would have to plug your zen into the pc go to windows media player or whatever you have and simply sync your music on to your zen.
Well,I believe you should convert the videos into AVI.This is most popular video type for Mp4 Players.Just connect your zen with your PC,choose the video you want,convert it(you can use the program ' TOTAL VIDEO CONVERTER ' ) and put intto a file called VIDEOS or whatever you want.I hope I managed to solve your Problem...Please can you chek mine,too.(NAME 'sadal' )
Well I suppose your referring to basic data storage. Which I've never done but you should be able to double click on your zen in my computer and then select storage or whatever the "extra files go" and use that directory to store videos and whatever you wish.
Dear All this problem is caused if the computer has windows media player 11 installed. I googled this for days trying to fix it - & was relieved when i finally sorted it - it's very easy. Just do the following.
Use a computer that has XP (either pro or home edition) (forget about vista....). go to add/remove programs - uninstall windows medi player - on my PC it does a roll back to WMP version 9. There's also a program called "Windows media format runtime 11" which comes with WMP11 & you need to uninstall this too - otherwise it still won't recognise the player.
Then restart your PC. Then make sure you have downloaded the lastest firmware version - just google it - trying to find the right one on the creative website is not easy - their website is poor - there are quite a few other places you can download it from.
Then I clicked the "reload firmware" option in the recovery mode (I had already deleted it 4 days ago). Then when your PC has restarted plug in your Zen, it should come up something like "MTP device recognised". Now when you double click on the firmware downloaded to install - it it will recognise the player & you can click the upgrade button. It does the upgrade & puts the firmware back on the ZEN. I got a message saying "firmware upgrade failed" at the end although when I started the player - it booted up as normal & I was able to reload & play my music.
This sure beats the "send it back to John Lewis, pay 60 quid & wait 6 weeks for it to come back " option - if like mine it's out of warranty
ZVM cannot handle the AC3 audio so the AVI files need to have mp3
audio. I have a lot of videos that I have converted over the years that
I want to play on the ZVM. In order to check compatibility I have been
using gspot. I just open the program, drag and drop the file, and get all the details I need in about 5 seconds.