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I want to put a movie on dvd onto my sansa mp3 player, and i'm using the pocketdvd wizard. What file ending should i use before i run it through the sansa media converter?

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Hey!
As far as I know, sansa mp3 player supports playing video in the following formats: AVI、WMV、MOV、MP4、MKV、OGM、DV. Therefore, you can convert your movies into any video format above. There are a lot of such kind of converters, such as Wondershare Video Converter.
Hope that helps.

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