VisualHub alternative for Windows?

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  1. bluefiberoptics
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    bluefiberoptics

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    I LOVE VisualHub for OS X. However, my main machine is a Windows desktop at the moment. Do you guys know any Windows software that is easy to use and convert files to the iPod Touch format?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Nisten
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    Bump. Any suggestions?
     
  3. karenflower
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  4. Nisten
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    Thanks, I'll let you know how it works out compared to VisualHub.
     
  5. karenflower
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    Cool, I hope it works alright! :)
     
  6. Nisten
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    Well, after using it for a number of videos, I found that it's simple to use and does everything VisualHub does. It definitely doesn't look as "clean", and has advertisements within the program itself (it's freeware; no pop-ups, though), but it works, doesn't watermark your videos, or ask for any money. All in all, pretty good little program.
     
  7. karenflower
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    Awesome. :D
     
  8. shodson
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    I use WinFF (www.winff.org) to transcode mpg and mov video files to flash video files when on Windows.
     
  9. fjarrett
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    Just tried out Prism

    I just stumbled upon Prism Video Converter made by the same company that wrote Switch (an awesome audio converter for both Mac & PC). Prism reminded me of VisualHub with its support of formats and ease of use. Give it a try and tell me what you think...

    http://www.nchsoftware.com/prism/plus.html
     

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