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Author:   bob8294
Date:   Feb 13, 10 at 9:40pm (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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Are you sure that the file is in a H.264 container?
Right click on your video in iTunes>Get Info. There will be a section that says a whole bunch of tech stuff on your file, does the Video Codec section say H.264?
Also, what converter are you using?
Try Videora iPod Converter.



Author:   Jesse55
Date:   Feb 13, 10 at 10:58pm (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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Yep, its H.264, and I did use videora.
looks like it was my fault. I didn't let it finish syncing, xD

This message was edited by Jesse55 on Feb 13 2010.



Author:   conker45
Date:   Apr 18, 10 at 10:24am (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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hi does any 1 no a fast video converter?(my current 1 takes 3 hours to do a 1 and a half hour movie) ty




Author:   nathan
Date:   Apr 18, 10 at 10:40am (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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If the movie you were converting was of a large resolution, that may have extended the total time.
I use a program called DVDVideoSoft, and from memory it doesn't take as long as 3 hours.



Author:   Freeze
Date:   Apr 18, 10 at 12:26pm (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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quote conker45
hi does any 1 no a fast video converter?(my current 1 takes 3 hours to do a 1 and a half hour movie) ty
In addition to what Nathan said, it also depends on the speed of your PC/Mac how fast it will convert.



Author:   desertfish
Date:   Apr 19, 10 at 2:50am (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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I am a video&flash fans, as to video converter,i like Leawo
as to SWF converter,i like Moyea



Author:   conker45
Date:   Apr 19, 10 at 10:51am (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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well it was a dvd rip and my pc's processer rune at 1.73ghz with 512mbddrsd ram



Author:   Gangsta692
Date:   May 22, 10 at 8:08pm (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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Videora fail. Get iPodME. Prolly the best one out there, super easy and awesome quality.



Author:   Benedict
Date:   May 26, 10 at 8:31pm (PST)
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Author:   ipodlove2002
Date:   Sep 19, 10 at 2:37am (PST)
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try itranserstudio!
it is my ipod assitant now



Author:   ipodlove2002
Date:   Sep 19, 10 at 2:38am (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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it is easy to do that ,just click a few button.
like itransferstudio
you can copy music from ipod to computer.
itransferstudio.



Author:   Rikuschaos5
Date:   Sep 22, 10 at 1:56am (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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Here's my best site:
http://www.convertfiles.com/
Here's my secondary site:
http://keepvid.com/

The first site can do most sites, and can change to only audio for music, and the second site is only Youtube, but not a real good site.



Author:   desertfish
Date:   Oct 27, 10 at 3:21am (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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As to swf converter, I perfer Moyea swf to video converter Pro,which converts swf to avi ,mpeg,mp4,flv and many other audio and image formats. Moreover ,it keeps the original effect.



Author:   Shadow of Death
Date:   Oct 27, 10 at 5:58am (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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quote Entropy
I use HandBrake on Linux; Handbrake.fr.
It's open source, so it's free and works great. There should also be a Windows and Mac OSX version.
I use the Windows Distro of it, plus AnyDVD/AnyDVD-HD to rip my DVDs directly (to watch while I'm at work, on breaks). My settings has the video be about 1GB for 1:30 runtime.

Handbrake has limitations, I think. It's no good at ripping anything but the main feature film on DVDs, and it NEEDS a DVD decrypting program of some sort unless said DVD doesn't have copy protection.

You MAY have luck with DVD Decrypter though (if you don't want to bother with AnyDVD type solutions), at least with older DVDs. It might not work with newer ones, since the software is rather dated due to development halting a long time ago. I actually used it some time ago in a video:


Youtube HD

It shows that it actually works on something as recent as Back to the Future DVDs, so you could have some hope that it'll work on newer stuff as well. It's free, in any case (unlike AnyDVD and such).



Author:   daisyjaney
Date:   Dec 14, 10 at 12:06pm (PST)
Subject:   re: The Video Converter Thread
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i used iCoolsoft video Converter, it is easy-to-use but profession.


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