Video Converterz

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  1. 123qwesz

    123qwesz Member

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    Hey y'all,
    I've been using WINAVI mp4 converter to date and it never fails to impress. The thing is, I am looking for alternative video converters to convert my .avi files into .mp4 files suitable to be viewed on my Ipod touch.

    I've tried Videora before and the conversion took at least 3 hours for a 1hour film. Even when I tweaked the settings to power mode, there wasn't much of a difference.

    I've also tried Xilisoft Video converter for the iphone but the movies play in the middle of the screen. I really want to view my movies in full screen without it being cropped, having tall figures walking around.

    Any other ways in converting .avi files?

    PS I am running on Windows.
  2. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Xvid4PSP. That is the ONLY thing I'll use on Windows.
  3. ChrisL

    ChrisL Well-Known Member

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    hm im using Any Video Converter Pro
    i like it cause it can convert to different types of format.
    mp4 for the itouch, mp4 for the iphone, mp4 for psp, mp4 for zune etc
    idno why the mp4 for iphone doesnt work on itouch.
    anyways yea, i also like it cause u can just put in a youtube link and itll download and convert it
    for u
  4. nubby

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    slname New Member

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    iPodME. The simplest, doesn't require installation, very fast and very good. Oh and, when you use it, don't forget to turn off the subtitles (unles you do want them), as it will make your video and audio out of synch.
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    eelw New Member

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    I prefer Videora also. But it's your CPU that is your bottleneck, not the software. With Videora, I can convert a full length movie in 10 minutes on my Q6600 OCed to 3.6GHz. I have yet to play around with it yet, but the current version of TMPGEnc looks very promising.
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