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Sync iTunes to other portable devices River Past ShadowTunes 1.8 Over 100 million iPod users use iTunes to manage their video and audio media files. It is a good media manager. However, iPod is not the only device you use. You have cell phones and other portable players. This is why we made ShadowTunes. Use iTunes, sync to everything. Compatible with Blackberry 8000 series, Sony Ericsson Walkman, Sandisk Sansa and Archos players. Note: we don't sync DRM protected media files purchased on iTunes.

Comment about River Past Shadow Tunes I expected something more, I wanted to see my files in my DAP, I just couldn't, maybe it needs a better documentation.

Convert video to Sandisk Sansa River Past Crazi Video for Sansa 2.7 River Past Crazi Video for Sansa is a batch video converter specifically designed for Sandisk Sansa. Convert video from DVD chapters, 3GPP/3GPP2, ASF, AVI, DAT (VCD), DivX, DV, FLC, animated GIF, Matroska MKV, QuickTime MOV, MP4 (MPEG-4), MPEG-1, OGG Media OGM, RealMedia RM/RAM and WMV to Sansa. It automatically set the video resolution, audio sample rate and channel, and video and audio bitrate for you fit the Sansa screen.

Doesnt work with Fuze This application does not work with the sansa fuze as best I can tell. Every Sansa setting listed in the drop down menu failed to play. Please let me know if I am mistaken. aaronweintrob _at_

Sol Good I liked it. I wanted to convert some anime movies so that I could watch them whenever and now I can!

It doth Please Me I liked it. It did what I wanted it to and I cannot complain. I will definitely use it again in the future.

for Sansa E250 Converted video not supported by Sansa E250 :(

Will Stick With Freeware I downloaded the trial version of this program in desperation after finding that the Arcsoft Sansa Media Converter included with my E250 failed to detect the device. However have a download link for Intervideo's Sansa Media Converter which is freeware and more importantly, actually works. With more than one computer it is no real drama for me to use another program (eg DVDx v2.4) to convert media into a format that SMC will accept. Cheaper too. It is also pretty hard to evaluate RPCV when the trial version is limited to two minute conversions. I probably would have ...

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