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Topic # 24986 8-Aug-2008 17:14
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Just wondering is there any software to convert my Hogans Hero's AVI's to the iphone format? I have tried the trial version stuff that give 5 mins, what about a free programme that does a whole show!?

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  Reply # 155275 8-Aug-2008 17:27
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Also would be interested to know, just got my iphone today!



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  Reply # 155344 8-Aug-2008 23:30
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Yay Dan!

Its a blast!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 155386 9-Aug-2008 12:30
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more replies would be helpful :-)

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  Reply # 155389 9-Aug-2008 12:42
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Handbrake.

Upcoming version will transcode AVI's as well.

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  Reply # 155573 10-Aug-2008 11:21
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On windows, videora.  Does batch conversion, and is free (ad supported).

I have had problems when converting to iPhone (new format), it seems to like using a higher bitrate 264 stream than the phone supports.
If I stick with the "old format", it works fine.




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  Reply # 155793 11-Aug-2008 09:06
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Ah, have a look for "any video converter". I've found that to be one of the best free video conversion tools. I'm in a bit of a hurry now so I can't post a link. I'll edit this post to include one soonish.




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  Reply # 155828 11-Aug-2008 11:07
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Ok, here's a link for a good multi format video onverter:

http://www.any-video-converter.com/products/for_video_free/

I use this one all the time and I can say that it works well with most formats.




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  Reply # 155902 11-Aug-2008 14:19
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For a Mac?

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  Reply # 155907 11-Aug-2008 14:26
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  Reply # 155913 11-Aug-2008 14:56
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How about iSquint if you already have the files as AVIs... http://www.isquint.org/

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  Reply # 155919 11-Aug-2008 15:21
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motorwayne: For a Mac?


Is it mac you want? Sorry, that link is windows only.
You should have said that it was a mac earlier.




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  Reply # 155930 11-Aug-2008 15:49
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Sorry, thought it was a Mac OS mobile forum...you're right though.

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  Reply # 155941 11-Aug-2008 16:23
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Mac OS X is not the same as Mac OSX mobile. Anytihng that is compatible with Mac OS X mobile (ie. anytihng with itunes) is all go. Remeber that in the future.




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Reply # 155952 11-Aug-2008 16:56
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I'm a cow, how am I supposed to know that?

Ok, so what about a free Mac version?

"remeber that" ?  :-)

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