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zune video

i am wondering if the zune can play videos downloaded of the net and what format they can play

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youtube on zune

and is there any way to put youtube videos on a zune

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Cucusoft Zune Video Converter + DVD to Zune Converter Suite
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video

Fully support dual core CPU, provides fast conversion speed, far beyond your imagination. Powerful video edit functions let you enjoy movies on Zune freely....

http://www.zuneconverter.net

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Now that's some skilled spammage right there.

That's been spammed here so much that I can't say I'd look at this ever again.

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Suggest CheapestSoft Zune video converter
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I went with Movavi
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.MP4/.MPEG-4/.WMV ...

.MP4/.MPEG-4/.WMV is the Zune supported video format.

Generally, the videos u download from net are in .FLV format, so if you wanna play these net-videos on ur Zune, you have to convert these vids to Zune-friendly format first... There are many online app can do this and they are total free like:
http://online.movavi.com/
http://onlineconverter.daniusoft.com/

If you need high output quality and wanna edit the video clips like cropping/trimming/merging etc. you could try this video file converter
http://www.convert-video-dvd.com/video-converter.html#135 It's a expert at this work.

Anyway, everything depends on you ...

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Not to be a pain (yet I am I know)

Do you think that the OP might have figured this out in the THREE years since his/her posting?

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