Copying Disneyfile movies to the Sansa Fuze

Sansa Fuze 8 GB - Can DisneyFile movies be copied to the device? Putting the .wmv file in the Sansa Media Converter gives an error that it can’t convert it.

Is this the digital copy movie?  the digital copy movie is not compatible with the sansa fuze… i only made it work with the sansa view… you will have to use windows media player 11 and the player should be on MTP mode for the digital copy movie to work with the view… i don’t know if it works with other sansa devices e.g. e200v2

It does not work with my e250 2GB (v1.02.24) either; installed the Disneyfile .wmv version of WALL•E on my PC, but Sansa Media Converter does not have the proper codec to convert it. MAJOR bummer! Tried doing a converter update, but there was none available. The file plays fine on my PC, but no go on my Sandisk.

Message Edited by buckylarue on 11-10-2009 03:27 AM

Disney has always been particularly nasty about copy protection.

Try converting it to something else on your PC, like .avi,  with a program like Media Coder, and then SMC again.

http://mediacoder.sourceforge.net/

Or try Video4Fuze

http://forums.sandisk.com/sansa/board/message?board.id=sansafuse&thread.id=31437

But Disney may just have made it impossible, figuring you have your PC copy and that’s the last one you get. 

If the file is DRM’d, you’re out of luck.

You could however try to remove DRM from the file, if your country’s laws allow it.

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A lot of converters make big claims. If that one doesn’t have a try-before-you-buy option, I’d steer clear.

And even it if does, run it through your antivirus software. DRM cracking software means playing in unsafe neighborhoods. 

Some newer movies can’t be converted at all, even using a converted (free or not). 

Before using the SMC you’re going to have to convert the movie first.  Then use SMC.  There are some converters out there you can use those only, but I haven’t tried them. Check out the board for the SMC click on Welcome you’ll find a whole list of forums including one with the super secret encrypted name Sansa Media Converter. 

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Removal of DRM may be illegal in some countries…

Why doesn’t Sansa just support DRM playback on the Fuze like they do on the View?  You can download Amazon video on demand for the View but not the Fuze.  Didn’t I read on one of the forums or online somewhere that Sansa is going to stop making and supporting the View?  Amazon only has 4 in stock as of last night.  I know DRM removal may not be proper but if I paid Amazon for the video and they choose not to support the model player I am using I don’t feel real bad converting the file I bought to a format I can use on my player for my own personal use and not to share with others.

fuzeuser357951 wrote:
Why doesn’t Sansa just support DRM playback on the Fuze like they do on the View?  You can download Amazon video on demand for the View but not the Fuze.  Didn’t I read on one of the forums or online somewhere that Sansa is going to stop making and supporting the View?  Amazon only has 4 in stock as of last night.  I know DRM removal may not be proper but if I paid Amazon for the video and they choose not to support the model player I am using I don’t feel real bad converting the file I bought to a format I can use on my player for my own personal use and not to share with others.

This is one of those legal gray areas. Im not sure you would find many consumers that would disagree with your statement. I dont know about Amazon on Demand exactly but genreally DRM support rights cost more, you may be looking at a situation where Sandisk tried it with the View and it may not have been profitable so its not really smart to put it on other players. The other thing to consider when comparing the Fuze and the View in this situation is that the View was meant to be more of a video player, where as the Fuze is more of a music player (IMO) with a video function. DRM support would be nice but would you really want to pay more just for that?

That’s an interesting perspective and it makes sense.  You may be right about the extra expense, one of the reasons I went for the Fuze over the I-pod was the Fuze’s lower cost.  I really never intended to use it for anything other than as a replacement mp3 player for my dying, no-longer-produced-but-I-really-like-it, Dell DJ.  But when I found out it can do videos I got interested in maybe watching Amazon’s DRM protected .wmv files on-demand files.  But then again, by the time I pay for a DRM stripping program it’s going to add to the total cost.  Anyway, thanks for the insight.