Need a Video Converter for iPod Nano

larrysean

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Feb 11, 2008
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Hi all,
I’m newbie here, it is my first post and hope you will help me. Actually I recently got some movies and each movie is about 20 min in .AVI format which I want to store in my new iPod Nano. Does anybody have any idea that can solve my problem?
Thanks in advance!
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Feb 5, 2008
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i use videora ipod converter, and it's excellent, i haven't had a problem with it, you should try it...
 

iStealth

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Videora or DVD catalyst work well
 

benard

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Mar 19, 2008
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I use Handbrake, which is hosted in France...converts all my vids be it on PC or Mac. Two versions are available. www.handbrake.fr. Free dude, it's free.

Vive la France!

Another one is ffmpeg, which needs a bit of installing on the Mac to run. You need to install the codecs separately but it works well. Google "ffmpeg" with OSX if you are keen.
 

assassin

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Imtoo iPod Movie Converter should be a good choice, try it!
 

ZodiacfreaK

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Ok listen to me as I have a lot of experience with this area.

Commercial:
iSquint

Free:
Handbrake (best)
Videora
 

Lincoln

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It's Shareware, but Toast is the best option in this field. However, if video converting is all you need it for, don't buy it. It offers pretty much anything you might need to do with a disk.

- John