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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
it is not possible. unless you have an AAC/MP3 converter, it won't go on the sansa. apple format is not compatible with sansa players. however, there are a number of free or inexpensive sites where you can get MP3 format tracks.
use the converter cd it came with, browse media, once the file is converted its add to the mp3 player i haven;t used it for video's yet only photo's but i'm sure it would work the same as long as its plugged in ofcourse
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...