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I really wasn't sure where to put this, so I figured I would post it here.

My question is...
I have a few videos in AVI. format and I want to put them onto my iPod (which uses MP4.)... What conversion software is the best to use in this situation?


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Handbreak might be able to do this...check it out

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Thanks for the suggestion.

Tried it out but it didn't work.
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Anyone else have any suggestions?
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I think iSquint is what you're looking for.
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Yes, iSquint is EXACTLY what you want, and it's free. Handbrake is for converting DVDs.


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Handbreak might be able to do this...check it out
People REALLY need to stop making this suggestion. For the millionth time people, Handbrake does NOT convert video files, it simply rips DVDs to the MP4 format. For converting files, you want iSquint, VisualHub, or ffmpegX.


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sorry...was just trying to help and being new to mac OS I wasn't positive but figured it wouldn't hurt to suggest checking out a freeware program to see if it fit their needs??

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iSquint worked out for me wonderfully (atleast, to my knowledge everything looks good.)

Thanks a whole lot!
I really appreciate it.
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