[macvoiceover] Re: iPod video converter

Thanks for that info. So I wonder if those download links then are for archived 
copies? Interesting. Do you know why it was discontinued?  Bugs maybe.

janet

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> From: j.schmude@xxxxxxxxx
> To: macvoiceover@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [macvoiceover] Re: iPod video converter
> Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2008 23:22:45 -0700
> 
> 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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