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turn your mp3 on, then plug up to your computer via usb cable, then click on my computer icon, look for your mp3 player on the screen and double click it. find the folder that you want to download your movie in. keep that window open and go to the video you want on your mp3. right click the video and click copy, then go back to the folder you wanted to download your movie to. right click the folder and hit paste. Let me know if it works.
You go to the sansa website (google it) and download the sansa media converter for the sansa fuze. Install it and drag your movies into it and click convert. Long movies can take an hour on an average computer (be patient) and when it is complete unplug your sansa and make sure the video works.
One solution I found while browsing a forum and the author suggested using the program MPEG Streamclip. It's freeware and can be used to edit movies for the Sansa. Open the file with streamclip, Using the file drop down- choose the "export to quicktime" option, then change the size manually to 220 x 176 and other cropping is up to you, click the "make movie" button. Next you need to start up the Sansa Media Converter and use it to convert the movie you made with streamclip over to your Sansa.
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