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iPod - Can't save video from quicktime onto IPOD?


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Hi
I have a Macmini and a video IPOD.
I downloaded some music videos from Limewire and Limewire used QuicktimePlayer to do this. So the videos are in QuickTime.
However I can't find anyway to import from Quicktime onto my IPOD or to move from Quicktime into ITunes.
Can anyone advise?
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Drag the movie into your iTunes library, then drag that to your iPod - iTunes will convert it. I think that's it, anyway.

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Or if not in the right format (or itunes won't take it).

VLC Player can convert to MP4 by going to File-Streaming/Export Wizard and you pick the settings for ipod then after it converted you can drag into itunes.
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Wish I knew that previously.

I purchased a wma converter program (can't think of the name) that I use to convert files to .mp4 then just drop into itunes. Works great!
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