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Videora iPod Converter

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videora

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We've just released our latest free transcoder.
I'd post the URL but it seems like I can't. It's easy enough to find, just go to the Videora homepage.

All those who are familiar with PSP Video 9 will feel right at home. )

We highly urge you to use this program rather than PSP Video 9 for your iPod encodes, it does away with a lot of the PSP MPEG-4 hacks needed to get video working on the PSP plus the PSP's poor file naming scheme.

Please keep in mind that it is still in beta.

Feel free to leave your comments.
 

ubarhax

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Thanks so much! Very simple and easy layout. If it doesn't support .VOB (Which I have not tried yet) like Blankwire said, it would be nice to add that in a future version.
 

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one question will this produce higher quality videos than the psp video 9 or is it just a faster version for the ipod?
 

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vertigo_rp said:
it does support .VOB
"It allows you to convert your regular PC video files (avi, mpeg, etc)"

That was my fault. It seems to support AVI, MPEG, WMV, VOB, MOV, TivoToGo, and AviSynth.

But still no IFO. :mad:
 

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I always encode with 768 Bitrate. I just found this tonight I've been using PSP video 9 for a long while, this seems like an easiar solution than QT. I'm still deciding to to get a 5G but I'm leaning toward it...
 

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I just converted a 1-hour TV episode (so actually 44 minutes without commercials) to H.264/320x240/768kbps with 128kbps sound and the converted file size came to 267MB. Quality looks EXCELLENT, but we'll wait to see it on the iPod's screen.
 

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does it stretch 16:9 video under 320x240? or simply just add black bar?
 

nosaru

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aww i just tested it, it stretchs the 16:9 video ; ;
is it possible to make it so it will anamorphic the video automatically?
 

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I'm on mac and use HandBrake for this stuff. I encoded a 16:9 movie at 320x144 to keep it 16:9. In iTunes, it just adds black bars, so hopefully the iPod will too.
 

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i think adding more res. might work instead of anamorphic
seems ipod video might have restriction like psp
 
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