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Old Sep 8, 2007, 04:42 PM   #1
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Few questions

Hey all,

I am trying to re-encode all my DVDs into an Apple recognised format (Playable on iPod/ATV/iPhone/Touch etc) and was wondering two things

1. Is the Apple iTunes/Quicktime Encoder any good or are there better options out there?....i've always used ViddyUp but was wondering if the iTunes/Quicktime Encoder is sufficient or better. Then again am guessing ViddyUp uses Tiger's built in encoder (Quicktime) eitherway so this may just be a matter of which is more convenient....i dunno.

2.What settings can i use to ensure playback on all Apple Video devices i.e will an ATV format play on an iPod/iPhone etc?
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