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Tekki

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So, I converted loads of shows over the past week and I finally got my iPod.

However, only 44 of the 206 videos transfer over.

I encoded them all with the same program, same bitrate etc. And I have no idea why they aren't going!

I even made a playlist containing all the videos, then made it specifically update those, but still, just the 44.

Any ideas?
 
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apu

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The only thing I can think of is that the source video is different enough, that the transcode process does not yield a compatible video file. Despite the fact that you may be using the exact same settings for each file, differences in the source video can cause problems. Is there a pattern to those videos which did or did not convert? Some people have had problems getting .wmv's to convert. See if there's any sort of pattern or logic to which files do and do not convert successfully.
 

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I have Futurama Season 3 on it.

Episode 11 onwards...

OH OH OH!!

All the latest ones I used Videora 9 rather than Videora 0.8!

Could that be?!
 
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