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    Is it possible to copy a movie to an SD card, and if so, how? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kttrudeau View Post
    Is it possible to copy a movie to an SD card, and if so, how? Thanks!
    Yes, it is.

    If you have a card reader, either on the computer or usb type card reader, and an SD card of sufficient size, use the browse function and select the SD card as the output directory.

    Depending on the speed of the card (e.g. Class 4), it may (and probably will) take longer than copying directly to the hard drive.

    Alternatively, copy to the hard drive first, then drag and drop the created file(s) to SD card - it may be the faster option.
    Last edited by mike20021969; 27th April 2011 at 13:01.
    it's not copying...it's backing up

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    thanks......

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    I think I am still doing something wrong. I can see the movie on the card, but I can't get it to play on my Cruz t301 tablet. Should I somehow change the format?

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    the Cruz t301 supports Mpeg-4, H.263 and H.264

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    What program(s) are you actually using for this task?
    Try making sure the video size is no greater than 800 x 600 pixels.
    Last edited by mike20021969; 27th April 2011 at 18:52.
    it's not copying...it's backing up

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    It is very easy procedure to copy your movie to an sd card. First of all you have to change the movie formate according to your mobile phone and then you have to do copy in movie c.d and paste in s.d card .While sending the movie to s.d.card keep remember that the formate are liable according to thier feature of the phone .

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    @Carlinhomes: Op never said he has the intention to use it on a mobile phone. OP merely asked if a disc could be copied to an SD card. For all we know he intends to use it as a small "portable drive"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ch3vr0n View Post
    For all we know he intends to use it as a small "portable drive"
    The problem is now this:
    I can't get it to play on my Cruz t301 tablet
    it's not copying...it's backing up

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    last time i checked a tablet aint a phone. That being said, looks like cloneDVD Mobile will be the best option or simply rip the entire disc and if possible install dvd software on the tablet
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