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Old 07-07-2006, 01:36 AM
rclns67 rclns67 is offline
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Default Using Quicktime to avoid Sansa Media Converter. . .

Last night I stumbled upon a thread that a Mac user started on how to use Quicktime to put MJPEGA files on his Sansa. I tried it out, converting my video to both MJPEGB and A instead (it does this!?) and it almost worked. The video showed up, but was jumbled into unrecognizable pieces. I was wondering if anyone has perfected this method. For the record, I use Windows, and he was using Quicktime because Sansa Media Converter wasn't compatible with Mac. I think it's a smart move, since we're working with .mov . Perhaps this could solve the 'split-time' dilemma?

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