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I WANT TO Convert avi and mpeg to MP4


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hey there i was wondering if you all could recomend a programmes which converts to mp4 and is very simple to use...
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http://homepage.mac.com/major4/
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good call

just make sure you download the extra components
mpeg2enc and mencoder (see links on Zeia's URL)
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Hi,

I'm using VisualHub. It is a great tool for 15 bucks.

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isquint is good

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Another vote for iSquint.

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Thank you guys i will use isquint and see if this is working out for me thanks
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