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Laod movies onto my iaudio x5

Hi i have spend a long time on trying to load some movie clips onto my iaudio x5 60g. Can some one please help with this . it is driving me crazy.

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U can use JETAUDIO converter. . . set your profile to iAudio x5 
then click the convert button. . . 

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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How do i load movies into ipod


Hi, this is how I load movies from DVD onto my iPod Touch. Two programs are required, DVD Shrink and Handbrake. They are both available to download for Free. I use DVD Shink 3.2 and Handbrake 0.9.3 but other versions are also available. Just Google to find them.
DVD Shrink is used to extract just the movie from the contents (menus etc) of the DVD, and Handbrake is then used to convert the movie into an .mp4 or .mv4 file which can be played on your iPod Touch. Load the movie file into iTunes on your computer (File>Add File to Library) and copy it onto your iPod Touch.

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I'm trying to put my existing DVDs on the Sansa e250


If the movie file you are trying to convert is too long, then the converter will get stuck - this player is not big enough to really handle full length DVD movies. It's more for shorts from YouTube, etc. If it is a half hour show, or something like that, you may have a copyright protection issue that is blocking you. i'm not endorsing any illegal activity, but here is a comment from an owner of your player (hint hint):
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It Worked!!! I loaded the DVD Decrypter & Chopper. I was able to convert the show into clips and the clips have been loaded onto the Sansa. The entire show is about 47 minutes; it converted into a bunch of files. I was able to find the four .VOB files that "formed" the show. Is there a way of linking all the clips together? The way it is on the Sansa now is as 4 individual clips. Each clip seems to end and begin in the middle of dialogue and not at "traditional" DVD chapter points. If there is no way of bridging the clips together, that is fine. I am just glad I was able to get the show loaded onto the player at all. Thanks again, I really appreciate your patience."

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Jun 20, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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How long dose it take


it don't take long, it depends on the file size you are putting into it, otherwise it might take a while based on that, or the amount of file you have in it, if it takes a while scrolling and you get a hour glass on your computer screen wait until it all loads up and it should work perfectly for you 

Apr 08, 2008 | Cowon System iAUDIO X5 MP3 Player

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DOSES MY IAUDIO PLAY VIDEO


Yes it does, but the screen is small and the playback rate (15 frames per second) is slow for a fast action movie.

If you really want a video player with the same audio quality as the X5L, then take a look at the A2 from Cowon.

Apr 08, 2008 | Cowon System iAUDIO X5L Digital Media...

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Iaudio x5 wont stay on


you should check if any wires are disconnected, and you might need to change the battery for it, if thats the case, sounds like the battery must of broke

Mar 06, 2008 | Cowon System iAUDIO X5 MP3 Player

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Dropped iaudio X5 and it wont turn on


i found out a problem with it, i had the same problem if u have rockbox on their, u got to get rid of it, when it turns on plug the USB to the mp3 player, make sure it comes in the Drive of your computer, use a Windows XP, or any updated windows computer make sure that it's formatted into a FAT32 drive and format make sure u put the original firmware back into it, it can be downloaded from any Cowon Site, here is the steps if u want to know how to start it off Windows XP formatting instructions:
1. Connect your iAudio player to your PC's USB port and wait for it to detect.
2. Go to My Computer, click on Start then click on My Computer
3. Select the iAudio drive, then click on file and select format.
4. Click OK to format
Needs to be a FULL format and in FAT32.
after that is done, it will reset all the folders, and wipe off the hard drive and it should be back to normal, from then on it should work, if it doesn't try to use this site to request for a RMA repair service http://jetdb.jetaudio.com/RMARequest/Request.aspxand if u want to, u could try the Rockbox again if it is on it, but just know it's not fully supported by Iaudio...and ill give the Firmware link too if u want it [X5 Firmware]http://www.cowonamerica.com/download/iaudio_x5_jsfw.htmlor if it don't turn on possibily u can try to reconnect the power wire into the solder joints that should help with that issue, the power wire is red...that should help turn it on

May 03, 2007 | Cowon System iAUDIO X5 MP3 Player

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IAudio X5 not recognised as removable drive


If there's no difference in the operating systems, or other software, a possibility is a faulty USB socket on the computer. Try another USB, or swap workstations... ;] hope it works out

Mar 21, 2006 | Cowon System iAUDIO X5 MP3 Player

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