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How do i transfer dvds via my computer to my archos404 mp4 player?

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First copy the files from the DVD to the computer. Insert DVd, and drag files to desktop. then run the files through the Archos media converter. A typical DVD is about 700MB, so you won't be able to fit many on there.

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

  • archos7 Jan 22, 2011

    get the dvr station and plug up your dvd player to it and record your dvd right to the Archos device. Note: If you do it this way the video will be encrypted only to be playable on the Archos device that it was recorded

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