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how to transfer my videos to itunes?


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Hey guys,i would like to know if theres any software or any way that i can transfer all my music videos to itunes,this are not bought through i tunes of course.
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I think i posted this in the wrong place cause is related with itunes,well hope i can get any help
i would like to know if theres any software or any way that i can transfer all my music videos and movies to itunes??,this are not bought through i tunes of course.
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Just wanted to add that if you want to have itunes manage all you tv shows and movies that were encoded in divx and ultimately play them through Frontrow then you can:

(1) Download Fileinfo from Michael Shopsin's Software
(2) Open File.
(3) Change Type to Moov
(4) Change Creator to TVOD.

Now divx files will open in itunes and be accessable in Frontrow.
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Depends on what format they are.
Most of the time they are .avi. you will need to download a program called iSquint and convert them to .MP4 then drag and drop them on iTunes

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I've had many problems with different software trying to get the correct settings for exporting movies to iTunes, especially when trying to use it for my iPod and iPhone.
Best I found option is to download QuickTime, free. Then purchase the upgrade version. $39 I believe. It will export your files to iTunes, in the iTunes format and for the iPhone/iPod if you have any. It has easy settings, e.g. File > Export > to iPhone. No need for going into advanced settings and figuring out all the correct coding details.
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