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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Deleting videos off Sansa e200R
There is no such thing as a stupid question. Plug Sansa as you normally do. Go to My Computer, and click on the removable drive that holds your Sansa's data. If you don't see the video folder that means it's invisible. To make your invisible folder visible click on Tools on the top of your window. From there select Folder Options... A new window should open up and click on the View tab on new window. Look for Hidden Files and Folders on this list and select Show Hidden Files and Folders. You should be able to see your Video folder now, and the rest is up to you. Good Luck!!!
Posted on Apr 24, 2007
SOURCE: Re: Can't change from Video
You will need the remote to do this. If you can't find the remote get a universal remote with a video or input button on it. The other set may not be the same model and has different features.
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
First, Install the K-lite Codec Pack, if you haven't already.
Now, take your video you want and encode/re-encode it with your favorite video encoder software. It must be 320 x 240 for it to show up properly on the Onyx. It must be in .avi format and it is a good idea to use MPEG-4 video and MP3 audio with this. It CANNOT be anamorphic (16x9), it MUST be 4:3 output and DO NOT keep the aspect(sp) ratio. Your resulting video when played should look small(ish) and square.
Now load up this: http://www.soft29.com/freeware/smv_conve...
Select the .avi you made as the input video. Choose an output directory. Where it say "quality", choose "custom".
Choose audio quality as 22k.
Video should be around 30k (I think the "k" means Kbps, I think)
Choose Fullscreen, NOT Full Image.
Framerate should be "same as source"
Image size should be 128 X 160
This should give you 181MB/Hour. You can also choose the 200MB/hour preset, but to tell the truth, I never tried it, I always go custom.
Now hit "convert", wait for it to finish, and you should be left with an .smv file. Load this to the "MVIDEO" folder on your Onyx, and enjoy!
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
You must use the Sony Media manager:
You can get it here:
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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