powerful video converter and DVD Ripper software: Sansa player review and best solution of putting DVD onto Sansa Fuze

Sansa player review and best solution of putting DVD onto Sansa Fuze

IPods are great music players. But there are also other options. SanDisk has dipped its toes into the media player market and released a series of portable players. Looking at SanDisk’s product lineup and pricing structure, it is clear to see that the Sansa’s target audience would be people looking for a lower-proced media player compared to devices such as the iPod.
The Sansa Fuze is an iPod Nana competitor. On the outside, it looks like the iPod Nano; on the inside, however, it packs a lot more functionality. The robust feature list includes support for subscription services such as eMusic, Napster, and Rhapsody To Go. You can display video and images on its 1.9-inch screen. The player also has an FM tuner, a voice recorder, and microSD expandability. The Fuze performed very well on its audio and video playback.
Sansa Clip is good for people who use subscription music services, people who still listen to the radio, and people who want a small MP3 player with a screen. The Clip has been (and will continue to be) compared to the iPod Shuffle. The Clip is a perfectly capable digital audio player that can be clipped to your clothing like the Shuffle yet it has features the Shuffle doesn’t, such as an FM tuner, voice recording, subscription music compatibility, and a screen.
The Sansa View is SanDisk’s flagship flash MP3 player with the ability to playback video on its 240*320 64k color screen. What makes the Sansa View interesting is its high capacity flash memory along with memory expansion putting it in close rivalry to hard drive bassed players. The other thing going for the View is the “band for the buck” factor. It may not be a high end player, but it is one of the best values on the market.
The SanDisk Sansa e200 series combines copious features such as subscription compatibility, an FM tuner/recorder, voice recording, and photo and video playback into a compact and durable device. The user-removable battery and the Micro SD slot are nice touches, and the device has decent sound quality, processor performance, and battery life. Finally, the Sansa e200 series e280 has a maximum base capacity of 8GB, and it offers a competitive price in the high-stakes world of high-capacity flash players.

Common video and audio files can be used in Sansa players.
Sansa View: supports most audio formats, including MP3, protected and unprotected WMA, WAV, DRM-free MP3 downloads. Video compatibility with MPEG4, WMV, H.264 formats; Smooth video playback at 30 frames per second.
Sansa Clip: plays MP3, WMA, secure WMA and Audible audio file formats. Up to 15 hours of playtime with internal rechargeable battery.
Sansa e280: support WMA, MP3 audio files; AVI, WMV, ASF, MOV, MPEG, MPEG-4 format videos.
Sansa Fuze: it support audio formats including MP3, OGG, FLAC, WMA, secure WMA, WAV, Audible. For videos, the official Sansa website said it support MP3G4 videos, however, when I convert an mp4 videos and convert it into Sansa Fuze with SMC, my player can't play the video. Again I found a post in abi forum:
http://www.anythingbutipod.com/forum/showthread.php?t=27460 it said that Sansa Fuze support AVI format video. I have been confused about it for a long time and haven't got the clear answer until now. Should I use mpeg4 videos or AVI format videos in Sansa Fuze?
Luckily, I have found a way to get Fuze compatible video with a DVD to Sansa converter, as this converter not only converts videos for common Sansa player, but also convert Sansa Fuze compatible videos. I can convert Fuze videos directly with it. What’s the format and video code? Who cares?
See the below:

The “Sansa Fuze MP4 Movie (*.mp4)” profile is set for Sansa Fuze videos. So what we need it do is load DVD file by press the “Open DVD”button, choose the “Sansa Fuze MP4 Movie (*.mp4)” profile and click “convert” button, then you get the Fuze compatible video.
Convert the video files into Sansa Fuze with SMC and enjoy.
Options: if you have no DVD, you can get Fuze videos from any other video formats file with Sansa converter, which also support “Sansa Fuze MP4 Movie (*.mp4)” profile, and you can convert videos into Fuze video directly.


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