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Topic # 9269 4-Sep-2006 00:17
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I have been using this software from ages and this gives me a perfect settings and other features to play videos on my Ipod. I can convert any format to any format, even audio from video. Can convert audio formats aswell. The best part is its a freeware. if someone wants a software like this, i can leak out its name and the link  Laughing

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Reply # 45326 4-Sep-2006 11:53
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I was just waiting for the reply

The software name is Super And the link is

I bought xilisoft aswell but when i preveiwed the converted files in Ipod the video ran faster then audio. It never happens after converting from this software.

Can i please request you all whoever uses this software please leave comment here.  Smile

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  Reply # 45569 6-Sep-2006 18:39
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My favorite is yasa ipod video converter. It does a good work on converting video to ipod mp4 video, I always use it .

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Reply # 45571 6-Sep-2006 19:08
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That "yasasoft" one is a ripoff at US$35 when "super" does it free, Of course it might have more features that i'm not going to experiment though it looks alik eto "Super"

Someone made mention of super HERE when I was asking for some help.

Super is great, Xillisoft had that lost of synch with audio/video you mentioned.

I'm keen to pull it apart and see what actual codecs it uses...

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