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hi to all:
i have an ipod movie 60 gb. i converted a lot of movies into mp4's and saved the conversion in an external drive. the hd crashed and i only have copies of some of the movies on the ipod. is there any way to salvage them?
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Senuti? I haven't tried it with video files, but it works great with audio files.
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