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You can load videos to the Fuze but not directly, you need to download a program from the Sansa site called Sansa Media Converter. You add files and then the program converts and puts the files on the Fuze.
The final file on the fuze ends up being roughly twice the size of the original. So if you have a 700 meg video file, it wil end up a gig and a half onthe Fuze. You’re going to chew up memory fast.
There are some playback issues. Most notably the lag between audio and video that develops as the vid plays.
Sansa Media Converter can also be glitchy in terms of what it will accept and how cleanly it converts.
It’s also hard to imagine watching a full-length film on this little screen. Even your smartphone is going to be significantly better.
Tthat being said, it is GREAT for YouTube conversions, home movies off your digicam, etc. Assuming you start with a good video avi file, the quality is actually very good, in my experience.
And it’s a great player with better display graphics and navigation than the Clip for only a few bucks more.
Have fun with it. Lot’s of experts and good advice here as you get going.