How to Put Videos on Sansa Fuze+?
About Sansa Fuze+
Sansa Fuze+, an update to Sansa Fuze, was announced on August 31, 2010 in capacities of 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB. SanDisk prices this portable media player at $79(4GB), $89(8GB), and $119(16GB). With 2.4-inch color diaplay(QVGA), touch pad, FM radio, FM recording, voice recording, 24 hours of audio playback from a single charge, decent video playback, microSD card slot for expansion, and impressive range of supported formats, Sansa Fuze+ is quite a good choice. While the bulky size, all-plastic body, slow reaction time from touch pad, included earphones, and tedious navigation inevitably lower its competitiveness.
Formats Sansa Fuze supported
- Audio formats: MP3, WMA, Secure WMA, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, AAC, Audible, Podcasts
- Video formats: MPEG-4, H.264, WMV and Flip Video
- Photo formats: JPEG and BMP; photo formats can be further extended with Sansa Media Converter PC software download, enabling TIFF, GIF, and PNG formats
Although Sansa Fuze+ supports MPEG-4, H.264, WMV and Flip Video, quite powerful on somehow, we may still want to enjoy other formats of video through it sometimes, such as, FLV, MOD, AVI, etc. Or we may want to enjoy DVD movies through it. Then here comes the question how to put videos on Sansa Fuze+? Well, it is quite easy only if we have iCoolsoft Sansa Converter. At the following is a detailed guide telling you how to put videos on Sansa Fuze+. Follow it and make better use of your Sansa Fuze+!
How to put videos on Sansa Fuze+?
Preparation: Free download iCoolsoft Sansa Converter. Follow the steps to install it. Launch the software after installation.
Step 1: Load original file.
Click to add video or audio files from your local disk.
Click to load DVD, DVD folder, or DVD IFO file.
Or you can click "File" button and chose what you need from the list.
After the files are loaded, you can click to preview it in the preview pane.
If you like some scene of the file very much and want to save that as your desktop background, you can click button to take snapshot of it. The software will store it automatically. You can click button to set the default format (JPEG, GIF, or BMP) and default folder. Click . The default folder where the snapped pictures are stored will pop out.
Step 2: Select output format from the drop-down list of Profile.
You can select Audio Track and Subtitle for the target file.
Click and you can set other output parameters in the "Settings" window. For "Resolution", if you can not find a proper one from the given list, you can input one by yourself.
Step 3: Click to specify the destination folder.
Step 4: Click to start converting files to Sansa Fuze+ compatible format. Then you just have to wait until the conversion is finished.
You can edit the original files if you need. The software allows us to adjust Brightness, Contras, and Saturation; trim any time length of clips; crop displaying area; merge several clips into one file; select aspect ratio; add text or picture watermark.
See detailed guide of editing files from here: How to Edit Video Files?