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Won't let me put movies on it

I have the e260r, and i have the converter, but i try putting movies onto my device but it shows the download screen for like half a second then the movie disapears from the list, but it isn't on the player... please help

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  • bestben Feb 25, 2008

    I have the same problem and I was observed on the Sansa media converter :
    My sandisk is not detected by yhe converter. So he won't let me put the movies on it.

    Please give me a solution?????

    Steph.

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How to put videos on your iPod Nano/Touch?


Most of us watch YouTube videos, enjoy DVD movies, and do you want to playback these videos on your iPod? iPod touch both looks and operates pretty much like iPhone with the touch-screen, a much better screen for watching videos. The newest iPod nano also supports video with great picture quality. So, you can enjoy movies, TV shows and lots of videos on your iPod touch and iPod nano now, but how to put the videos on iPod nano/touch? And the output videos also can be with great quality? Here, the following guide is to you on how to put videos on iPod nano/touch.

Step 1: Convert to iPod supported videos

Most of the video files are not MP4 formats that can not be directly used on iPod, please make sure the format is compatible with iPod , if not, you should use some video converters to do the conversion, give this iSkysoft ipod movie converter a try, which can convert all various video formats to iPod MP4 formats.


More information please go to http://www.hd-dvd-ripper.net/ipod-movie-converter.html#139
Step 2: Add files to iTunes


Obviously, using iTunes to sync files to iPod is the choice of many iPod users. After converting the videos, Open iTunes and click "File" to add the videos you just converted to iTunes library;


Step 3: Plug in your iPod to computer, then iTunes will detect your iPod as a device.


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i have a sansa e260r and i have been trying for ages to get a video file onto my sansa i have already downloaded the sansa media converter but it recognizes very limited number of files only,it does not recoganize realplayer files or winamp file .can you please tell me a good ipod converter thati can easily download from the net ?

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Video files must be .AMV formatted to work on this MP3 player. Below is a link to an amazing converter. It’s FREE and will convert your entire file.
http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070610062401AAZXp2P

Once you have the video files formatted to .AMV
  1. plug your MP3 player into the computer
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To then access videos put onto the device. Hold the MODE BUTTON on your MP3 player until you are returned to your menu screen. Scroll to MOVIES and your videos will be there. :D To return to listening to music or looking at Pictures, hold the MODE BUTTON and simply select your desired destination.



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-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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