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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by HazwayA, Aug 25, 2009.
ive been trying but all the programs fail on me
please and thank you
just wait 'til snow leopard. quicktime will be able to do it for you then.
Given your hardware lists a Vaio I presume you're running window$. If so you can always try Videora which will convert most window$ video file formats to iphone/ipod format.
If using os x then you could always use Quicktime Pro and export the video in the correct format.
It's what I use.
Use iPodMe. It's free, only 3.9Mb and supports any video format your computer can read natively. It also supports soft subtitles - subs you can switch on or off via the iPhone itself. No other converter does that.