It would be great if you could store your favorite DVD movies on your Zune and watch them wherever you want, whenever you want.
However, you need to know that Zune players cannot support DVD format movies. Although it will be possible for you to store DVD format movies in your Zune player, it will still be unreadable and it will just be a waste of precious disk space…unless you convert it. Read the rest of this entry »
After buying your new Zune player, you have to admit the fact that you really can’t wait to pack it with your favorite movies, music, and photos and start using it right away.
With Zune, you will be able to watch your favorite videos, listen to your favorite music, and look at your favorite pictures as well as share it with your family and friends while you are on the go.
However, before you can start uploading music and videos to your Zune player, you will need to have the actual music and videos in your computer in order for you to transfer it to your Zune player. But what if you don’t have any music or video files in your computer? Surely your best option would be to download it from the internet. Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re like most new Zune owners, you probably want to pack it with music and videos that you like in order for you to use the Zune to its full extent. Putting music is simple, but obtaining videos for your Zune is another story.
You need to consider the fact that you will never be able to play popular video file formats, such as AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, XviD, DivX, and other video file format in your Zune player. Now, where will you find videos for your Zune that will not cost you a lot of money? Read the rest of this entry »
So, yet another Zune Connected issue! I’m guessing that I’ll be able to do an issue every week wrapping up all the Zune news for that week.
Probably the most bizarre news of this week is the Zune tattoo. A true Zune fan I’d say? 😉
We also can’t help but mention that the Zune for Dummies will be released on July 10th! Much kudos goes to the authors and especially Harvey, the man behind Zunerama for all his hardwork the last few months in getting a Dummies book for the Zune! 🙂
I though I wouldn’t have the time today, but good news folks! The limited Red edition is now officially out! And for 30 days only too!
You’ll have to make up your mind pretty quickly on whether you want the Zune or not!
As the next two months will be quite a busy time for me due to some studies and various other personal businesses, I won’t be able to udpate the site as often as I was able to in the past. Therefore, I’ve come up with a thing called Zune Connected and basically I’ll be linking to some major news regarding the Zune that I simply did not have the time to post about. I will be able to come on the website everyday as I did in the past, but the time to post will be something I cannot be sure of. Wired Zune will continue to strive to deliver the latest information on the Zune, whether it is from our post or linking to another.
So, here goes our first “issue”!
Zune Firmware v1.4 update (Zune-Online)
A bit of a disappointing update, but what can you do? ZO brings up an interesting point about the “wireless marketplace syncing” we saw a few weeks back too.
Ballmer: No Zune in Europe in 2007 (ClicZune)
Ouch… Is the Zune ever going to go international then… I guess my hopes of seeing the Zune support international languages such as Japanese and Korean in the 1.5 update should be scratched out then… Is Microsoft really going to invest in the Zune for 3 years until they release the next version? Better not if they want to be a leader and beat Apple in the market…