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    Default [MAC] Equivalent of Videora?

    Just switched by to a MacBook after 4 years of using a Win Laptop... Have been using Vidoera to convert films onto my iPhone and love it...

    Is there an equivalent for the Mac? Whats best?

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    Anyone???
    Really want to convert some video files - do I have to go back to Windoze?

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    Depends what your converting. And to what?
    Visualhub would have probably worked be they went out of business last week. You can use ffmpeg. It's what visualhub uses in the background. Messy but it works. Command line.
    http://ffmpeg.mplayerhq.hu/

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    Cool, thanks - using iSquint for now. One question - I have a mkv file i want to put on my iPhone to play through my TV - I know how to convert it etc but what is the best way to do it? Its coded in h.264 and at the moment its taking hours (like 5+) to convert to a .mov but I think I may be going OTT wih the quality? Can anyone suggest the quickest withouh sacrificing quality?

    Thanks again everyone!


 

 

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