PLEASE allow SMC to function (_as the help file specifie_s) when the player is NOT attached to the PC.
I had no problem converting videos to my FUZE until I used up my space on my internal memory.
When connecting my FUZE and running SMC, the external memory is not recognized.
The help section said that if the player was NOT connected that SMC would save the output file to the temporary directory.
I was going to try this and then transfer the output video manually to the external card (copy&paste thru Win-Explorer)
This doesn’t work either as the CONVERT button is grayed out if the player is not plugged in.
I guess I can find another conversion program to do what this is supposed to do since according to the previous posts; SANSA is not responding to the SMC program complaints. This is an easy fix – Just allow the program to save the output file to the local drive.
FYI (to other users reading this and want to try another convertor):
Output: Video DivX, 224 X 176, 20 fps; Audio MP3 128k
After scouring the net I found: Rhapsody is compatible with FUZE and can be used as an alternative transport/conversion program for the SMC.
Message Edited by daryl_daniels on 03-01-2009 01:04 AM