How to put DVD and video on the SanDisk Sansa

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  1. IgnativsB

    IgnativsB

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    This guide will show you how to put DVD movies and downloaded/purchased videos on the SanDisk Sansa with DVD to Sansa Suite.

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    Part One: How to rip DVD to Sansa supported video/audio
    Part Two: How to convert video/audio to Sansa supported video/audio


    Make Preparations: Download DVD to Sansa Suite.

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    Part One: How to rip DVD to Sansa supported video/audio

    First, click "DVD to Sansa Converter" on the main interface to run DVD to Sansa Converter.

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    Step 1. Open your DVD Drive and put your DVD in it, then click "Load DVD" and choose "Load DVD" to load your DVD into this program.
    Step 2. Choose your output format from the "profile" drop-down list.
    After you choose your output format, you can adjust your output video's settings, such as "Resolution", "Frame Rate", "Bitrate", "Sample Rate" and so on.
    Step 3. Click "Start" now to begin your conversion and you will get your video soon.

    Part Two: How to convert video/audio to Sansa supported video/audio

    First, click "Sansa Video Converter" on the main interface to run Sansa Video Converter

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    Step 1. Click "Add File" to load the video you want to convert.
    Step 2. Choose output format by clicking "profile" and customize your own output video by clicking "settings" to adjust the Resolution, Frame Rate, Bitrate and so on.

    Before you click "Start" to begin your conversion, you can do some editing works, such as pick up a part of your video to convert(trim), choose your own play region(crop) and put two or more files into one.(merge into one file).

    Step 3. OK, now you can begin your conversion by clicking "Start" button.

    Done!
     
    IgnativsB, Nov 19, 2009
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