01-08-2009 08:15 PM
I managed to get this method to work, But i had to use the video codec "intervideo MPEG-4" and set the video bitrate manually to 667kbps.
I then had to rename so the extension .avi was lower case
And copy to a microSD card (windows wouldn't let me place the video straight onto the player) .
The video worked perfectly after this
03-20-2009 09:44 AM
Has anyone else experimented with WinAvi and the FUZE?
for me, it works (without SMC )but I can't fast forward (the fuze returns to the menu when I do so)
I've tried different formats and encoders to no avail.
03-21-2009 05:46 PM
no one? really?
No response because you really had no questions. You asked one and then you said it works. Why should we respond to something that works? Thats Great! You are better off than some! Also If you do a Search of this board, you will see that the top 2 things we recomend to try are:
Why cause they WORK!
Did you notice this forum has a search function? Its not impossible to figure that someone else asked your question before you did, and we have answered it(probably multiple times). Check it out! Or Check out the Knowledge Base
04-03-2009 05:05 AM
I tried to convert a 1.5hr movie using Any Video Converter into an ".avi" with the settings listed above and it did not work.
First, I transfered the ".avi" straight to the Fuze, but I got a message that said the file was not compatible.
Second, I dropped the ".avi" into SMC. The video played, but there were sync probs right from the start.
I have a feeling that this has a lot to do with the video length. SMC can handle anything small (maybe 10-15min or less), but anything more than that it just does not sync. I have had no prob with short vids, but movies are another story.
4GB Black Fuze purchased on 5-18-08.
1GB µSD card and Sennheiser HD 202 Headphones.