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*Problem Solved* ~ Zune Error Code: C00D002F
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11-19-08, 7:01 PM

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I've had a Zune for about 2 months now, and I'm still struggling to get most of my anime files (most of which are avi/mkv) onto my Zune. I've tried a couple different converters, but no matter what I do, I get error code C00D002F back. I'm running the latest firmware (3.1) on a 120G Zune.
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11-21-08, 8:37 AM

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Zune's are those little black iPod things correct?

If so i suggest Jodix IPOD video converter, it converts to a format an ipod can use so it might work with it as well


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11-21-08, 2:33 PM

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Tried it already, the files got transferred but didn't play.
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11-28-08, 11:30 PM

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What format are you converting the files to and what are the settings you have set for the files?

Use this application to tell me the settings.
http://zunetips.wordpress.com/2008/05/19/video-attributes-application
EDIT: Actually, just read the first several comments of the post and you'll see what I'm about to tell you to do.
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12-02-08, 11:13 PM

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I got wmv file through a couple of methods, but I'll give you this one - I ripped two video files off youtube using the same converter:

Didn't work
File Type: ASF (WMA/WMV)
Settings: 264 kb/s
msmpeg4 video
Windows Media V8 Audio

Did work
File Type: ASF (WMA/WMV)
Settings: 264 kb/s
msmpeg4 video
Windows Media V8 Audio

I'm a little bit flummoxed by it all. I tried the video conversion link on the site you gave me, and it gave me syncable .wmv files that were only about 1/6 of the full video. Not sure what to do next (I've tried quite a lot).
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12-03-08, 12:08 AM

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can you find out what the spesific conpression settings the Zune requires for playback? that is mostlikely the issue.
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12-03-08, 10:09 PM

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I don't think it requires 1 specific setting, because I've successfully converted files with different ones.

I did some more looking and I think the problem might be skipped frames in the movie data - the Zune's pretty puritan about stuff like that. Anyone know of a video-fix type program, or even one that replaces corrupt frames with black ones?
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12-04-08, 6:07 AM

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cant you just re-encode the video without skipping/corruptin frames? worst comes to worst you cna manually edit each frame, but thats probably toomuch work lol.
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12-08-08, 1:57 PM

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If I knew how, I wouldn't be asking for software. I'm not sure how to go about that, can you be a little more specific? I don't ave video editing software beyond windows movie maker.
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01-08-09, 6:24 PM

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I'm sorry that a solution to your problem could not be found, but after a month of this thread being inactive I can only assume that you have disregarded the topic or found a solution to your topic. Remember it is ok to bump your own threads if needed. I'll give this thread a week or so, but if nothing changes I'm going to have to label it inactive.
 
01-08-09, 6:43 PM

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Yeah, I did find a solution (basically the one I posted in another thread here). I use .mov files, which, I discovered through shitloads of trial, error, and accident, are actually Zune compatible when you physically drag the files from windows explorer to the Zune Software window.
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01-09-09, 9:12 AM

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