[macvoiceover] Re: iPod video converter

Hi
iSquint has been discontinued along with visualhub, they're made by the same person.



On Oct 11, 2008, at 23:02, Janet and Felix * wrote:


Maybe this one? http://mac.majorgeeks.com/download5129.html

It's called "ISquint" and it's a video converter for Ipods. Not sure if it does what you need though. Closest I could find in th Majorgeek Mac downloads.

janet

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To: macvoiceover@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [macvoiceover] iPod video converter
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2008 22:33:55 -0700
From: j.schmude@xxxxxxxxx

Hi everyone
I'm looking for a video converter for my iPod. I have lots of DVDs
that I own that I've encoded to MP4, but I encoded them so they could
be watched on normal screens. As a result, my iPod Classic won't play
them. I'm looking for a converter that does this conversion and also
preserves my chapter marks. This second point is the key, as I know of
several video converters--quicktime pro, iTunes itself, Viddyup, and
visualhub (discontinued). None of these, however, seem to be able to
preserve chapter marks and I really don't feel like extracting them
manually then using QT pro to put them back. I'd really prefer to do
the conversions in a batch, which QT pro doesn't allow even though I
can manually re-add the chapter marks later. Anyone know of a video
converter that will do both of these? Or alternatively, will the new
Nano play my standard-sized videos since the unit can be turned on its
side for widescreen view? No, I can't see the screen, but at the
moment iTunes won't even copy the movies to the iPod. For those
interested, they are AAc audio with an AC3 track in the case of
surround movies, h.264 video, and the dimensions are usually 640x480,
sometimes higher. Wil the new nano be able to simply take these files
as is? Because if it can I'll just do that, it'd save me a lot of time
in the long run and besides I've been wanting one for a while.

Thanks


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