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Ipod video playback

Loaded videos onto ipod, got them to playback but they do not play with sound, have tried re-setting, re-loading, re-storing etc etc

any suggestions?

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Did you use iTunes to convert video to iPod? If yes, try other iPod converter, because iTunes cannot convert muxed video (muxed video means the audio and video are on the same track). Muxed video converted by iTunes will lose sound. You can learn more about the problem from apple official document

Try Aimersoft iPod Converter Suite. I think it can help you. Here is the guide page:
Hope to help you.

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Change the file format. mine did this. download something called PSP VIDEO 9. it's so easy to work, just upload the video, it converts, and save it, then re open it with iTunes & re connect iPod

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I plugged my optoma projector into my video ipod. It's not working. The light is on. All I see is a blue screen. The movie is playing on my ipod--but not through the projector. Please Help!

Here is a link to a webpage that gives you a detailed explanation with pictures. Although it describes how to hook up the ipod to a TV, it is exactly the same for a projector. More than likely from your description you already have the wires, so you need to enable the video settings.
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I am not to sure exactly why you would be using QT for your ipod.
You need to upload only compatible video files to your iPod or they will not play and in most case will not even transfer to your iPod.
The iPod will not play a quicktime file or .mov, you need to search the net for a converter that can convert your file to .mpg and your videos will upload and play.
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you need to use iTunes and either sync them or manually load the vids to you ipod.

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How have they been encoded to MP4? If they havent been encoded in a format that is compatible to your type of iPod you will get problems. You could try opening iTunes right click on the MP4 and select "convert selection for iPod", iTunes should then convert it. If it tells you it is already converted I think your problems are with your iPod. Sorry. Also try converting the files to MP4 with something like Handbrake, I have found it good as you can select the output format yourself

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