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Converting video for IPod

Posted on 2006-11-26
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Hello

Just got a video IPod for my gf, but we have no clue how to convert a regular mpeg, wma, or rm file into a playable file for her video IPod. Anyone can shine some light to this?
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You can use iSquint (http://www.isquint.org/) for free or VisualHub (http://www.techspansion.com/visualhub/) for US$23.32
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I am actually doing this in a PC...  any free software to do that? mainly mpeg, wma, and rm files
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