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As far as I know, sansa mp3 player supports playing video in the following formats: AVI、WMV、MOV、MP4、MKV、OGM、DV. Therefore, you can convert your movies into any video format above. There are a lot of such kind of converters, such as Wondershare Video Converter.
Hope that helps.
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): "
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.
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.
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.
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."
btw, you can only view movie files from the built-in memory, not from your add-on memory.
if it's already converted for your sansa, then just use your usb cable to transfer it to your built-in memory and you should be good to go...**You can go to the sandisk site listed below to watch video on how to put video on your device
http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1468Please rate accordingly Thank you Computerrep
Rip the dvd's to your computer using a dvd-r drive, use the converter on the installation cd thats included and convert them to the right format, locate your file and drag it into your mp3's correct folder [My Computer]