I downloaded a video from youtube and it worked perfectly fine. Then I converted it to my e260 player. Then when i went to play it, it started to play and then it just froze and the screen started to turn white. Then the player restarted. I have no idea what's the matter with this.
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Yes. You'll need a video downloader program (ex. DownloadHelper) to download the .FLV youtube video file itself. The T3000 can play older version .FLV files... most newer youtube videos will probably not work because they are the newer version. If you go to machspeed.com (trio's website) you can get a video to .AVI converter for one of their other players (nothing online for the T3000) if you convert the .FLV video to .AVI using one of MachSpeed's AVI converters (for a similar product) should allow the converted videos to play fine. I have the same model, T3000... Hope this helps - good luck!
Google a program called Video Download Studio then you can use it FREE download video or audio form YouTube, google, metacafe, redtube, dailymotion etc. attention: download function is no need to register you can also use it to convert video to audio, video to video, audio to audio. use it convert video to mp3 mp4 for your iPod tutorial; http://www.downloadvideos-convert.com/how-to-use
1. Using the Sansa media converter for preparing videos to make them
suited for the player as you are doing is just fine.
2. Page 22 [19 in written manual] of the pdf file shows how to make playlist(s) using Windows Media Player 11.
2.1 First create a playlist
2.2 Save the playlist
2.3 Synchronize the required playlist onto the connected player
This a problem with the Sansa Media Converter programnot the player. You can try reconverting the files, both in the mpeg4 program and in SMC. This a trial and error solution. Some mp4's will never sync correctly. Good luck.
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If it will not recognize the videos, then the videos are not in a format that the Media Converter recognizes - try to find the same video in another format (common with YouTube). If it is a playability issue after conversion, then you need to download the latest version of Quicktime, which contains the most updated codecs. If it just won't convert a video that it recognizes, then the file you are try ing to convert is too long - try breaking it up into smaller pieces (the converter will try to break it up anyways).