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Old 18 Dec 2005, 04:23 PM   #1
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Default MAC: Convert your video files to iPod-compatible MP4 files.

Free program iSquint converts your AVI and MPEG video files to iPod-compatible MP4 files using a MAC only.

Drag in your file, click "Start", and away you go. You can even set Screen-size and quality preferences.

On a 1.5GHz G4, iSquint can convert most video files to iPod-screen-sized videos in realtime. Depending on a few factors, a 20 minute video will take up anywhere from 50-150MB of disk space.

Though the new iPod's limited video encoder support is kind of a pain, iSquint should go a long ways toward making things a bit easier. Credit: Yahoo News

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