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Hi,

I have tried many, they convert good but take a lot of time, is there any fast converter who can convert major file types to MP4 rapidly, say a movie in around 1-2 hours?
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This is dependent on your hardware, which you neglected to describe.

iTunes will do the job about as fast as anything else, but you can certainly try your luck with ReduxEncoder, VideoMonkey or VisualHub if you can find a copy. All are free.
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There are a number of apps that can do this, but the discussion of them violates the rules of the board.


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This is dependent on your hardware, which you neglected to describe.

iTunes will do the job about as fast as anything else, but you can certainly try your luck with ReduxEncoder, VideoMonkey or VisualHub if you can find a copy. All are free.


I DL the Videomonkey programme and give it 10/10!!! Brilliant and very eay to use and even puts the video straight into itunes for you.

Great application!!!


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A new MacBook Pro user as of oct 09 and loving it!! Sorry for the stupid questions i am asking as i know you will have been asked them a million times before
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i use adobe media encoder. Unfortunately the only way to get it is bundled with adobe software... but it is one PURPLE PERPETRATOR of a converter!
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