I have no problems with my Zen Vision so far except from the fact the it will not convert videos. Some videos that do not need converting, tranfer across fine. However, when a file requires conversion, it goes to a different screen to convert the file. I use the default settings. Once it tries to convert it after literally less than 30 seconds it states that conversion was unsuccessful. It does this with every single video that needs converting. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong and what i need to do to resolve this. Can anyone help?
(The files which I tranfer are all .avi files with some .wma files. Some of the .avi and .wma files do not need converting and tranfer across okay so i don't think it's the file type that's the problem.)
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There are presets available using the interface, and it can be a bit complicated when you are viewing the raw VOB files on the DVD, but for free quality its my favorite.
For purchasable software I recommend Cucusoft Ultimate DVD + Converter Suite, Its easy to use and does a great job.
You can manually drop your properly coded videos into your Creative Zen Vision M video folder by opening/browsing your zen with windows explorer. Specifications for what video format you need can be found here.
Well,I believe you should convert the videos into AVI.This is most popular video type for Mp4 Players.Just connect your zen with your PC,choose the video you want,convert it(you can use the program ' TOTAL VIDEO CONVERTER ' ) and put intto a file called VIDEOS or whatever you want.I hope I managed to solve your Problem...Please can you chek mine,too.(NAME 'sadal' )
This problem is because of the format of the Video File.
If you want to put videos on your Creative Zen Microphoto.
You will first have to convert it using Video Converter and you will have to get it into the correct file type that your MP3 Player Supports Hope this helped.
ZVM cannot handle the AC3 audio so the AVI files need to have mp3
audio. I have a lot of videos that I have converted over the years that
I want to play on the ZVM. In order to check compatibility I have been
using gspot. I just open the program, drag and drop the file, and get all the details I need in about 5 seconds.