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E260(4GB) Hey i got a e260(4GB) and i need to know how to get movies on and off of it

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Make sure it is the correct format

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My mp3 player wont play movies

HI oglebosh420,
If you're sure it can play movies, convert the required movies to .mp4 and change the resolution to 320x240 (the standard for mp3 players). Your mp3 player would be able to play it. However, it would be better if you could mention the brand and model.

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Hey. I am devastated. My ipod wont let me access tv shows and movies it use to but now I dont know what happened. What is the problems??? It says This movie could not be played. Whats up with that

What Apple ID are you using? (Does iTunes > Store [menu at the top] > Sign in = CTRL+CLICK on a TV show in iTunes > Get Info > Summary page says what Apple ID it's associated with).
You can always try re-encoding it by right-clicking the file then selecting "Create iPod version" and it will re-encode the show to the proper settings for an iPod.
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How do I convert a DVD to a format that can be loaded onto my Coby MP600-2G?

First you need to find out what format the Coby player can read///mp4//wma///h264///divx//etc.... You should be able to find this in the owners manual. Next you will need to get a program that can convert/compress/and strip the digital rights from the DVD. This sounds complicated but it is not too bad. Like I said first find out what format you need to convert to. Then google that format to see what products are out there to use. Some popular programs are DVD FAB ... DVD GHOST... DVD CLONE.. I know the DVD FAB versions have multiple formats you can compress the dvd movie to. It can be a trial and error process with some of these players. Also their websites might have software that you can use to convert files to a readable format. But if you want to watch a store bought dvd you need to remove the digital rights to that movie. Remember this is not illegal if you own the movie, but it is if you are renting it and then ripping the dvd. Anyway you will need to strip the movie file of the drm (digital rights management)... it might be called CSS on a dvd. You would then use the program to create a compressed file that is compatible with your player.
hope this helps

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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?

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.

Sep 13, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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Converting DVD movie to an mp3 using video converter

Hey! Of course, you can convert movies on DVD to my MP3. You need a DVD Ripping tool which can help you extracts MP3 audio from DVD movies including both copyright protected an homemade movies. I stumbled upon such a DVD Ripping which I had a good luck with. I think you can give it a shot.
Hope that helps.

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Recording movies

hey glad to can get movies off of itunes,or u can buy the movie put the disk in the computer and wala!but u cant record movies

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Down loading movies?

Hey Chappy 2,

Due to the copy protection encoded into most DVD's, you won't be able to use the standard drag-and-drop interface that many MP3 players use if you are looking to copy a movie file onto your player. Additionally, most DVD's will contain movie files in a format that may not be able to be recognized by the Zune itself (such as .VOB and .IFO file types).

According to information provided by the manufacturer, the Zune currently supports .W4V, .MP4, and .WMV file formats while providing limited support .MOV (QuickTime) video files. Unfortunately this means that in order to copy a movie file over to your Zune, it would need to be present on the DVD or your computer in one of these recognizable formats.

Hope this helps you out.

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Movie convert

first connect your device to com and for mat it then again go through all the process. i have the same prob . but now it solved

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Toshiba Gigabeat (60GB): How to put movies on?

Yes you can put movies on Gigabeat but it's time consuming and takes 3 programs to do it. We use DVDfab Platinum,3GP_Converter and Windows Media Player. If someone out there has a simpler way please post. 1st. Rip your movie to your hard drive and remember where you put it. (We've found using DVDFab Platinum it's easiest since we have PSP, Gigabeat & I-Pod and it offers a conversion program for all plus burning our home movies is a cinch.) 2nd. Open your 2nd conversion program (we use 3GP_Converter) and drop your burned movie files into it. We love the 3GP cause you just drag & drop. I don't know why the Gigabeat needs an extra conversion but it does, my PSP is easier to get movies onto. =( 3rd. Open your now fully converted movie with Windows Media Player. And you know the rest: just sync. While I love my Gigabeat it's pretty ridiculous to have to do all this to watch one little movie because it doesn't always work. However, unlike my PSP I can put a whole bunch of movies & pics & music on my gigabeat without running out of room! My husband is a computer geek and has tried several programs and this is the easiest way he's found to rip movie, yikes!

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