Well, I need to convert and AVI file to MPEG so that I can make a VCD to play in my DVD player. Any ideas on how to do this on a Mac. I have found various converts for Winblows, but nothing for the mac. Any help would be great.
Originally posted by mr.w
I'm pretty sure you can do that in iTunes. Someone told me that once, but I've never tried that. I think you would just import the AVI file into iTunes, select it, then goto advanced in the menu bar and select "convert to MP3." Again, I'm not sure though... never tried it just a thought
oops, you're right, I was thinking of wav and mp3 files... my bad.Originally posted by britboy
Sorry, don't mean to be rude, but you have no f***ing clue what you're on about. iTunes doesn't have anything to do with avi's, mpeg's or the like. It deals with sound files, and nothing else.
b2tm~ if you have toast titanium installed on your mac, then you should have a codec which allows you to export from either iMovie of quicktime, to Video CD. If you don't have it, then it's a little more complicated.
You beat me to the punch ... I was going to suggest using QT pro. That could be a reason to upgrade to the pro version, if nothing else. I have the pro version, more to allow me to save online quicktime clips then anything else.Originally posted by AmbitiousLemon
if you have QT pro it is pretty easy. just open the avi file in QT. and export the file to toast vcd (that makes an mpeg file). takes some time... (i am assuming you have a divx codec in place).
ahh, the porn thing.... gotchaOriginally posted by AlphaTech
I have the pro version, more to allow me to save online quicktime clips then anything else.