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well i can solve this its very easy there are 3 types of avi files there is just avi format
there is a divx Which is also an avi file and xvid which is supported by the iriver e100
so yeah you can use this software on
What you need is a free opensource program called http://mediacoder.sourceforge.net/download.htm I have the settings at home but I think they were these: Video settings: frames per second (FPS) 24 or 25, 600 KPBS format Xvid, container AVI, Picture settings: 320 x 240 - check the cropper settings you want In the audio use the Lame MP3 settings no more then 44100 hz (probably 33,000). If this doesn't work post me a message and I will get you the correct settings.
http://www.any-video-converter.com/convert-videos-for-iriver-e100.php Download this and have fun.This will convert all for your iriver.Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.If this is helpful please do not for get to vote.RICHARDM69
Software / Media Transfer
The E100 comes packaged with a disc containing iriver plus 3 media player, firmware updater, video converter, and Windows Media Player 11. If you have owned an iriver player, you are familiar with this software with the included iriver media player. This is a standard media player much like any other but has a few features catering to the iriver family of players, such as a firmware updater, ebook txt manager, and video converter. This media player is a bit different from Windows Media Player but still is straightforward and easy to use. If you don’t care for iriver’s media player you can always use any other MTP based media player to manage playlists and load your E100 since also included on the disc is a video converter and firmware updating utility.
If you don’t like to use media players to transfer the E100 will allow you to select either MTP or MSC transfer mode. This means it is drag and drop and also compatible with any OS. Drag and drop will work fine in MTP mode as well, but only if you are using Windows XP SP2 or Vista.
and the difference between e10 / e100 your guess is just as good as mine