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    hey guys.
    could anyone tell me where to get a good video converter (not dvd to mp4) for that i have handbrake. but for all my .avi movies, which i would like to add to my ipod touch. IMPORTANT. OSX 10.5 only.

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    I'd recommend VisualHub

    http://www.techspansion.com/visualhub/

    Not fully tested it under leopard yet, but a fairly rapid development cycle should make it fully compatible, if it isn't already. It also allows for use of Xgrid if you have multiple macs, to spread the workload over a few machines.

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    Quicktime Pro and Perian.

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    thanks guys. tried with visual hub. great stuff

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    I know this thread is out of date, but in case others read it, I thought I would add my way of doing it.

    I use ffmpeg (free, open source). It's available through Darwin Ports as well as other places.

    The command I used is:

    ffmpeg -i movie.avi -qmax 3 movie.mp4

    -qmax specifies the size (quality) of the output file. From my testing, 3 seems to make it about the same size (slightly larger) than the input file. The lower the number, the better the quality (and larger the file).

    There are many other options you can use: see the ffmpeg man page (http://swoolley.org/man.cgi/1/ffmpeg, among others) for more information.

    Cheers


 

 

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