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jamesus

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Hello new iPod owners...

I have just purchased a 60 GB black one from the Apple store in Chicago. I am also a TiVo owner. I was wondering how to convert TiVo files to play on the new iPod. There is an article on Engadget on how to do it (the link can also be found here at iLounge).

I have completed this process, but I incurred an error when trying to ipmort the new .mp4 file into iTunes. It would not import. I tried just playing the new .mp4 using QuickTime and right clicking on the file and selecting Open with -> iTunes and received the following error message: "Error -50: an unknown error occurred". Does anyone know what I did wrong or how to fix this issue? Thank you for your time!

James
 

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jamesus said:
Hello new iPod owners...

I have just purchased a 60 GB black one from the Apple store in Chicago. I am also a TiVo owner. I was wondering how to convert TiVo files to play on the new iPod. There is an article on Engadget on how to do it (the link can also be found here at iLounge).

I have completed this process, but I incurred an error when trying to ipmort the new .mp4 file into iTunes. It would not import. I tried just playing the new .mp4 using QuickTime and right clicking on the file and selecting Open with -> iTunes and received the following error message: "Error -50: an unknown error occurred". Does anyone know what I did wrong or how to fix this issue? Thank you for your time!

James

Check out this link

http://www.engadget.com/entry/1234000583063891/
 

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That is the link that I was referring to in my post. I have tried using the Videora converter and it was able to convert some videos, but not all of them.
 
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