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Old 03-18-2010, 06:35 AM
larkin71 larkin71 is offline
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I have a 2gb Fuze (refurbished) with 4gb micro SD on a v.1A firmware and in MTP. OS is Windows XP SP3. For my video conversion, I used Any Video Converter with the following standard settings (for Fuze), thus:

Profile: Customized AVI Movie (*.avi);
Video Codec: xvid;
Frame Size: 224x176;
Video Bitrate: 667 (or you can set it between 600 to 700, bottomline, this is flexible, just to belabor the obvious - higher bitrate, better video quality and will eat up more space);
Video Framerate: 20;
Audio Codec: mp3;
Audio Bitrate: 128;
Sample Rate: 44100;
Audio Channel: 2;
Disable Audio: No;
A/V Sync: Basic.

After converting your video file using Any Video Converter, get the "video4fuze" (v.0.5) application via google, add the converted file to the application, set then your output folder, and click "convert", the application will start the conversion. When finished, all you need to do is copy or cut and paste the resultant video file to the 'VIDEO' folder in your Fuze.

The above-described settings and method worked for me without any lags or synching issues. Plus the video and audio are both crystal clear, sans an iota of noticeable degradation. Credit goes to skip252 as he was the one who posted about the video4fuze 0.5 application.
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