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    converting video for itouch
    Hi, I'm trying to watch movie clips etc on my itouch(updated software - which is great) but when I convert in itunes there is no sound on converted files. What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks

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    Stupid question i know but, does the touch have external speakers or do you need to use the headphones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arekisu View Post
    Stupid question i know but, does the touch have external speakers or do you need to use the headphones?
    You need headphones. There is no speaker like the iPhone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by caughtoutside View Post
    Hi, I'm trying to watch movie clips etc on my itouch(updated software - which is great) but when I convert in itunes there is no sound on converted files. What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks
    What are the files to begin with? They need to be converted into MP4. But, we really can't talk about too much of this on here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EuphLlama View Post
    You need headphones. There is no speaker like the iPhone.
    Thought i'd ask just in case that was the problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by EuphLlama View Post
    What are the files to begin with? They need to be converted into MP4. But, we really can't talk about too much of this on here.
    If you have a legitimate source, why not?

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    Have you tried using iSquint?
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    Or Handbreak
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    Quote Originally Posted by EuphLlama View Post
    Or Handbreak
    Not sure if Handbreak would work in this case. Unless they are dvd's he's trying to put on the iPod.
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    I'd try ffmpeg if you haven't already.

    http://homepage.mac.com/major4/

    Convert then import to itunes.

    Always worked brilliantly for me.

    mrplow

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    I get excellent results with ffmpegX. It's the fastest, too.

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    I got DVDVideosoft's Free Video to iPhone Converter. (it already says its free) and works perfectly great. For FLV I use FLVVideoConverter. Got them at www.download.com

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