To Transfer Videos.. The Software ??

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by SERAFINLAMPION, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. SERAFINLAMPION

    SERAFINLAMPION New Member

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    Since I think Itunes converts the Videos. Files itself, but keep the Original Video. and the same Video. converted in Mpg4., is there a Software very easy to use to convert the Videos. on the Mac., and then put them on Itunes ??
    Thank you.
    Serafinlampion75@hotmail.com
  2. bengrendon

    bengrendon New Member

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    I use Visualhub

    I use visual hub it is pretty good and it has a Ipot setting for conversions. It does cost some money but it is def worth it

    Hope that helps
    Gaz

    1st ever Ipod Is the 8gb Ipod Touch Its awesome
  3. Kurokaze

    Kurokaze New Member

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    that or get its free version and don't pay squat!
  4. chocotaku

    chocotaku New Member

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    http://www.videora.com/en-us/Converter/iPod-touch/

    The ultimate in free and easy to use video converter software. I used it for my PSP for years, and their iPod Touch settings have been perfect and easily adjusted. Haven't had a video it couldn't convert, no matter the size or resolution(although I haven't really tried full HD video conversion yet.
  5. 3CKO

    3CKO New Member

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    I used this.but the files came out to big( not picture wise) so I now use total video converter which I like
  6. bimmelicous

    bimmelicous New Member

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    Roxio Crunch. very nice very fast. u can rip from dvd too or convert avis to QT ipot
  7. SERAFINLAMPION

    SERAFINLAMPION New Member

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    Thank you.
    A simple one is the best I think.
  8. jason724

    jason724 New Member

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    Yeah, videora, makes the files huge. I had a 700MB divx movie that I coverted using videora and it made it 1.4gb, that was using the lowest possible quality settings.

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