How do you save a video into a Document?

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  1. Flygon999

    Flygon999 New Member

    I have a sansa e200 and it can hold videos. I know how to put pictures on it. You right click the picture and do "save as" and viola!!! It's a document!! So, I was wondering, how can I save a video onto a document? Like a video from youtube or something....
  2. Mew*

    Mew* Active Member

    Umm, well, you don't save videos and pictues as documents in the first place, they're just files. Calling something a document mainly refers to .doc files from Micorsoft Word. JPEG, PNG, GIF, etc. are the most common image files image files. MP4 and AVI are popular video clip formats. Just wanted to clear that up.

    To download videos, like those from youtube, there are plenty of freeware programs available that will help you do that. I can't seem to figure out what types of videos your Sansa e200 plays. Can you check your manual and see what format it plays? Then we can figure out what program to use to convert them so that you Sansa can play the downloaded content.

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