convert video files to play on ipod

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Can anyone recomend some free software that will convert video files to play on an ipod. I'm trying to convert video shot on a nokia mobile phone. Thanks
 

John Duncan

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Actually, either way, you should try Quicktime first, since it's installed with itunes will be on your system already. Open the Nokia file in QT and do File/Export/Video to iPod
 
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Thanks John, but I have to pay for QT pro to use that function. Not sure it's worth the money from what I've read about it. I'm using a pc btw,
 
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Could I also ask your advice, John (or anyone). I have been using Handbrake to convert dvd's on to ipod touch (using a Mac) and has worked a treat on all except one, which it just does not want to read prior to transfer. Any other Mac based conversion software out there that you would recommend?

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John Duncan

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I use mactheripper, but only to convert to a disk image (video_ts directory etc), and I don't know if it does any other formats - you could create a disc image first (ie removing region and encryption), and then try?
 
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Thanks for the info. I've got tomorrow off so will investigate. If the earth moves I'll report back.
 

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Another Apple rip off to me this. Limit the files that the machine can play, then charge for the software to enable you to create them. I suggest googling Quicktime Pro key or something similar, but please dont use any of the codes you find as it's not legal. Ok.
 
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well, there are many free ones in google. If u wanna enjoy high quality on your ipod, i recommend u Pavtube Video Converter which can help u convert kinds of video files to mp4 or mov your ipod can support in a fast speed.
 

Sorreltiger

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QuickTime 10 (which comes with Snow Leopard) has the functionality of the old QuickTime Pro (and more). I used to convert video for iPod using the free iSquint, but I've now paid for Aimersoft Total Media Converter, which is really excellent.
 

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