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Zvue uses a standard SD memory card (I think there may be a 2 Gig upper limit). Mine came with a 1 Gig SD card and I can use the one from my digital camera as a spare. I use an HP card reader plugged into my PC and just drag and drop files as needed onto the SD card. Then put the card into the Zvue. To convert the videos download "Free Video Converter" and use the following settings: Output format - Avi, Codec MPEG-4, Size - 240 x 176, Fps - 15, Bitrate - 4880. Choose Rescan from the Options menu, and then relax and enjoy the music.
go to my computer open the c: drive, then find the file that you had save your music. and open that file....connect the mp3 player (brand, model) to pc once connected open mp3 (copy music files from c::, paste all to mp3)
if your mp3 is an ipod you must download itunes and dowload the music from c: using itunes
Let me start out by saying you can not have two types of files on the same card. I found that out the hard way, (no mp3 with wma) on this player. And if you have downloaded one type in the one gig. then it has to be the same type on the memory card. Now there is a few ways to download;
1. through your GPX while it is pluged into computer using windows Media.
2. Using slot already in computer if your computer is built with one (mine is) then find the music you have download from CD and just transfer them or as some would say drag and drop.
3. I use Real Play because if you buy if you have the works and it allows you to transfer your music into whatever mode you wish and it will also format your card for your player. Then it allows you to make a list and download. but that is just me.
Let me know if this helps. P.S. I never download on my GPX I just use 2 gig cards. I have everything from audio books to music but I do carry 4 card wallets that hold 25 cards each. I have everything from Harry Potter 1 - 7 to Ozzy to Kenny G. to give you an Idea what it is like when you get a handle on downloading.
It is easier to get a SD memory card for it. Drag and drop the music onto the window which represents the SD memory card and then just put the SD memory card into the GPX MP3 player. I have the same MP3 player and it works nice... it was a good deal for the money! Take the savings and invest in a cheap SD memory card and you will be happy.... I was! :-) Good Luck!
According to what I've read, you can double the original memory, but no more than that, so the max you can have on a Sansa e250 would be 4 GB (2GB internal memory and 2GB external memory). I also read that the micro SD cards holds
music only-no video.