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maybe someone compared a few iphone video converters
i'm after the best quality. size doesn't really matter
currently using isquint. not sure if it provides the best picture quality
any recommendations ?
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iSquint has a quality slider, I assume you have used that?

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of course
what i mean is that isquint is free
i still think that sliding it to 'go nuts' doesn't make it the best (can be better i suppose)
i would be ready to pay for a software if it's really worth it
cause when watching a video converted in isquint it is still a bit worse (especially blacks) than the original video on a laptop (mbp matt)
iphone has a great display that can provide quite a good quality of the picture
i'm ready to sacrifise the space and pay for that quality but i need to make sure that it's gonna worth money
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Handbrake now does conversions from other formats as well as DVDs.

Remember, you are never going to get better quality than the original video.


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