Video Converters for Ipod touch

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  1. W00DI

    W00DI New Member

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    I have an mp4 video but it wont go on my ipod so i want to convert it to another file type. What is a good free video converter for mac? What files can the ipod touch handle.(please list)
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    Handbrake.
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    videora... can't beat it.. comes with a youtube downloader too
  5. W00DI

    W00DI New Member

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    Thanks

    I had handbrake i just had to update thanks

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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Videora is Trash. Download YouTube videos with simple Javascript. iPhone ready format MP4. Or even download HD videos from YouTube.
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    All those "Free avi to iphone...converters" all produce horribly cropped screens on the ipod touch.
  8. APV

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    That makes an iPhone version, but it isnt the full 640x480...

    so I just use quick-time, open a file in it, save it as a quick-time movie, then convert it in iTunes.

    hd videos come out the best. Though, you need pro, but it's only 30 bucks. not a bad deal, since, you know it is quicktime, and you can even edit the videos, fun.
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    Videora and Handbrake are the best ones imo. I have them both, handbrake for my DVD's.

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    I don't have a DVD player to play bought DVD's anyway, So I just buy them off iTunes.

    I hate how some old movies still cost $10 when there can be a 5y.o. movie and it cost $5.

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