.flv to ipod??

Discussion in 'iPod' started by Bulldog VII, Jun 5, 2008.

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    Bulldog VII

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    Hi all

    I have a few video files in .flv format & I want to put them on my ipod but have no idea how to do it? (I know how to put normal videos on an ipod)

    I need to convert the .flv into another format (I presume), I just need to know what & probably more importantly how!!

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. macrumors regular

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    VisualHub

    try VisualHub I use it for alot of conversion from a variety of formats.
     
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    Bulldog VII

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    I downloaded the program & it's great. Really easy to use!!

    Thanks
     
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    tominated

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    iSquint is by the same guys at visual hub, but it's free and easier to use
     
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    ravenvii

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    But it doesn't autocrop though, which sucks.

    Another option is FfmpegX, though I've never gotten it to actually work.
     
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    powerbook911

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    I also think Visual Hub was the best money I ever spent.
     
  7. macrumors newbie

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    hello

    I'm using VisualHub to convert the videos too but lately I am getting some error like this:

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    actually I wanted to convert it to both *.avi and *.mp4 but I couldnt even convert it at all ><

    original file comes from:
    http://clubkeiba.jp/pc/flv/extra_080615.flv

    Can someone help me with this kind of flv files please? I tried TubeTV and it worked (kinda slow ><) for converting this for iPod. I'm still looking for something that can do flv to avi ><
     
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    QuantumLo0p

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    I'm using Quicktime Pro with Perian and can edit pretty much any file that QT will open, aside from the occasional DRM equipped QT mpg.
     

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