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Anonymous Posted on Sep 08, 2007

Memeroy bug when i converted a movie instead of the 174.4 mb it said it required it took up 331.9 mb. Is that normol for converting or no?

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Depends what format you converted it into and what program you used to convert.

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It's probably just a bug with Windows Media Player. Nothing is wrong with the player. Try using different software to synch the device or just copy and paste your songs onto the mp3 player. They should work as long as they're in MP3 format.

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ERROR IN MOVIE WIZARD

Not sure what it means, but I found a way around it.

I get the same error when I try to burn a WMV (Windows Media Video) file to a DVD.

As a work-around, I converted the file to a MPG (MPEG-2) file. That took the size from 41 Mb to 357 Mb.

I was then able to burn the MPG file to a DVD successfully.

If you still have trouble, I would suggest creating an ISO image of the MPG file. That takes the size from 357 Mb to 508 Mb. You should then be able to create a DVD directly from the image file.

Good luck!

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