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Hi,

What would you guys recommend for converting avi etc and dvd to mp4 and mov so I can play it on my video ipod.

Is there good freeware out there?

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handbrake?
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handbrake
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(and it's freeware btw)
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But doesn't it only convert DVD to mpeg4?

What about converting .avi .mpg etc?

Does Ipod video only support mpeg4 and .mov ???

I thought it would be a lot simpler than this just to watch a video!

Thanks for any help

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What about converting .avi .mpg etc?
Use Quicktime pro or ffmpegx
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Just so people know, I just tried iSquint and it works.
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