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How to transcode movies for 8300?

I'm using CloneDVD mobile to transcode my movies to watch on my 8310.  I was able to transcode movies to a "simple MP4" format that played very nicely on a 8800 (MS Zune setting), but the same format doesn't work on my 8310 media player.  I've also tried a format supposedly optimized for the 8800, but this wouldn't play on either the 8800 or my 8310.  Have they downgraded the media player between 8800 and the 8300?

 

Any thoughts/suggestions?  Anyone had any luck transcoding a movie into a format that worked?

 

Thanks for any help!