The Xbox 360 allows you to connect multiple USB flash drives at once. Once connected, you can transfer content to or from the USB flash drive and/or the Xbox 360 hard drive. Video can be played directly from the USB flash drive or transfered to the Xbox 360 hard drive (where it will stay until it is deleted). The Xbox 360 supports WMV, AVI and MP4 video formats.
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Things you need
- USB flash drive
Turn the Xbox 360 off. Connect the USB flash drive to any available USB port on the Xbox. If it's not already, connect the Xbox hard drive to the hard drive bay on the left side of the Xbox.
Turn the Xbox on. Scroll up or down until you land on the "My Xbox" menu. Select "System Settings." Select "Memory." A list of connected memory-based devices will be displayed.
Select the name of the USB flash drive with the video that you want to transfer. Select the "Videos" subfolder. Select the video that you want to transfer to the Xbox 360 hard drive.
Select "Copy." Select "Xbox 360 Hard Drive" as the copy-to device.
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