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You can get the Sansa Media Converter from Sandisk's website.
You must use the Sansa Media Converter to transfer videos. If the video is DRM-protected (many of Real's movies are), it may not actually convert. But if the video is DRM-free, then the Sansa Media Converter will perform the conversion and load the video onto the player. The Sansa Media Converter may or may not recognize certain file formats, so you may need to download an additional program such as Riva FLV Encoder to convert the Real video to AVI format first - then the Sansa Media Converter will recognize the file. -Tha Mp3 Doctor
You go to the sansa website (google it) and download the sansa media converter for the sansa fuze. Install it and drag your movies into it and click convert. Long movies can take an hour on an average computer (be patient) and when it is complete unplug your sansa and make sure the video works.
One solution I found while browsing a forum and the author suggested using the program MPEG Streamclip. It's freeware and can be used to edit movies for the Sansa. Open the file with streamclip, Using the file drop down- choose the "export to quicktime" option, then change the size manually to 220 x 176 and other cropping is up to you, click the "make movie" button. Next you need to start up the Sansa Media Converter and use it to convert the movie you made with streamclip over to your Sansa.
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1) Make sure your MP3 player is connected to the computer
2) Go into 'My Computer' and find an Icon for the Sansa e250
3) Click it and you should see various files named 'MUSIC', 'PHOTOS', 'VIDEO' etc
4) Drag your video file into the 'VIDEO' file (only if it is compatible)
If you have not converted the video file or it isn't a Quicktime Movie File (mov) then use the Sansa Media Converter, which can be found on the cd that comes in the box.
I hope this helps.
I don't think you can use the player to convert file formats--you'll need to download some software for doing all that. Once the files are in the right format you should be able to simply drag-and-drop to the player.
If you're on OS X I'm not sure what other problems there could be...