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What type of video does the ipod support and how do you get the videos on it?

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At first, iPod nano supports MP4, M4V formats only.
So secondly, you need software to convert videos of other formats to MP4 or M4V. Then use iTunes to sync your iPod nano. I prefer to use Aimersoft Video Converter to do that. I think a step-by-step guide will be helpful. Here is the link:
http://www.aimersoft.com/tutorial/ipod-video-converter.html
Good luck.

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When i try to send videos off my computer to the ipod when i disconnect it after it done sync the videos dont be on the ipod


You can try those steps:
1. Fet a video converter just like Leawo iPod Video Converter.
2. Convert your videos to the MP4 format with H.264 code, or you can choose profile as iPod Touch.
3. drag the MP4 videos into iTunes and sync into your iPod.

Sep 28, 2010 | Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player

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How to convert flip video to iPod,iPhone,Zune,Blackberry,PSP? Mac Flip Video...


How to convert flip video to iPod,iPhone,Zune,Blackberry,PSP?

Mac Flip Video Converter is made for converting flip video to iPod on mac and other portable devices.It is a versatile converter, and can easily transfer your flip video to other electrical devices, which is the exact need of most customers.
How to convert flip video to iPod,iPhone,Zune,Blackberry,PSP?
Flip Video Converter for Mac supports various input/output formats and almost all mainstream players. You can convert flip video to iPod and iPhone, convert flip video to zune,convert flip video to Blackberry,convert flip video to psp.

Step 1.Add Flip videos
Free download,install and run Flip Video Converter for mac.Click the 'Add File' button to add flip camcorder videos to Mac Flip Video Converter.
<img src="http://www.flip-converter.net/article-flip-mac/convert-flip-video-to-iPod-iPhone-Zune-Blackberry-PSP/add-flip-video.jpg">
Step 2.Set the "Profile
Click the 'Profile' drop-up list to select an output format for each flip video. Choose the portable device that you want to convert the flip video to.
Tips:Click 'Apply to all' if you want to convert all added videos to one format.
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For example:
* Select the iPod type from the extended menu if you want to convert flip video to iPod.
* Select the iPhone type from the extended menu if you want to convert flip video to iPhone.
* More:Select the iMovie,iDVD,iTunes,...etc. from the drop-up list,you can find a series of other practical options to convert flip video to PSP,Apple TV,...etc. and most common video and audio formats.

Step 3.Start the conversion
Click the 'Start' button to start the conversion. When the conversion is done, click 'Open' and you will see all the converted files in the opened folder.

You can also edit your flip video and convert to other formats as you like,learn more about "How to edit your flip video".

on Sep 17, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to convert video to ipod


While the Apple iPod isn't the first portable device to support digital video playback, it's probably the one device that will push portable video into the mainstream. Of course, a key draw of the iPod as a portable video player (PVP) is the fact that its complementing software, iTunes, offers a cheap, easy, and legal way to get content that will play on the device. But what if you already own the video files you'd like to watch but don't play back on the iPod? You could use Apple's simple QuickTime Pro tutorial (you'll need the $29.99 QuickTime Pro 7), but then you'd be limited to the file types that QuickTime supports. If you want the ability to convert from the full gamut of video file types, check out the tutorial below.

Before you start, you'll need to gather these elements:
AVS Video Converter (free to try, $29.95 to buy; Windows only)
Video files, almost any size, shape, or format
Video-capable iPod

Follow these simple steps

1.Download AVS Video Converter.
You can try out the Windows-only Video Converter for free, but a watermark will appear throughout your video. If you're serious about converting video, purchase the program for $29.95; the variety of supported file formats makes it worth it.
2.Launch AVS Video Converter.

3.Select output file type.
Click the To MOV button along the top of the interface. When creating a video for the iPod, always select the QuickTime file format (MOV).

4.Choose video file.
Click the uppermost Browse button on the right. Navigate to the location where you keep your video files, and select the video that you would like to convert. Click Open.

5.Select the output location.
Click the bottom Browse button on the right. Choose the location where you would like to save your converted video file. Click Save.

6.Adjust the settings.
Click the Edit Profile button on the right and fill in the following information:

* Name: QuickTime--for iPod
* Description: Video: MPEG-4, FrameRate: 30 fps, Frame Size: 320x240, Audio: AAC LC - 128, 44100, Stereo
* Comment: (optional)
* Video Format: MPEG-4--high quality
* Frame size: 320x240
* Audio Format: MP2/4(AAC LC) 128Kbps
* File Type: MOV
* Framerate: 30fps
* Width: 320
* Height: 240
* Frequency: 44,100Hz
* Channels: Stereo

7.Convert video.
Click Convert Now and step away from the computer (processor performance will be seriously affected during conversion). If you want to watch the progress while you convert, click the Advanced button until the viewing screen pops out of the bottom.



Note: AVS converted our original 22-minute MPEG-4 file at a rate slightly faster than real time on an Intel 2.8GHz P4 system with 1GB of RAM. Our source file was 224MB, and our resulting iPod-compatible file was 199MB.

8.Transfer video to the iPod.
Open Apple iTunes and drag the newly converted video file to the library window. If you have selected "Automatically update all videos" for the video preferences for your iPod, the new video will automatically transfer when you connect the player. If you have selected "Automatically update the selected playlists only," make sure that you drag the new video to one of the selected playlists.

Note: You'll probably want to update the information of the video when you move it to the iTunes library. To do this, select Videos from the left-hand column and go to list view. Then, click the file for which you want to edit info and select Get Info from the File menu (or simply right-click). You can edit the boxes found under the Info tab.

on Aug 11, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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When u type in youtube it says go to port 80


Are you sure you have hte right format?
Ultimate Video Download Studio helps you put any video format onto your iPod, iPod touch, iPod
video nano, iPhone, Zune, PSP, video capable MP3 players, video capable mobile
phones, and Pocket PC, etc.

Mar 26, 2010 | Creative Technology ZEN Stone MP3 Player

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How to put limewire songs and videos on iPod iPhone


Here comes the Christmas, you may get an iPod or an iPhone. And you want to know where to download free songs and videos for your iPod or iPhone. Limewire is the most popular place to get what you need. And this step by step guide will teach you how to download and put Limewire free songs and videos on iPod iPhone.
Part1. How to put Limewire songs on iPod

Step1. You need to download and install Limewire at first. ( Here is the limewire download link ). We take the Basic version as example in this guide. Then run the Limewire. Type in a keyword (such as Michael Jackson) in the search bar, and then wait a few seconds, Limewire will return a lot of michael jackson related download link results.

Step2. Click the download link, then Limewire will start the downloading process. (Tips: higher number will lead faster download speed). Once the download process is finished, Limewire will automatically add the downloaded songs into your iTunes library (if you have installed iTunes), then you can plug in your iPod or iPhone to computer and sync it with iTunes, done.

If the Limewire song doesn?t load into your iTunes automatically, you can click Tools -> Options to open the panel, click "Configure" and set it as follow:

Part2. How to put Limewire videos on iPod and iPhone

Step1. Download video is the same as audio. Type in the keyword (such as twilight), Go to ?video? categories, find the file you want, click the link to start to download it.

Step2. After the download process was finished, located the limewire video file on your computer, limewire default save folder is "C:Documents and SettingsAdministratorMy DocumentsLimeWireSaved".
iPod and iPhone both support only MP4 video, if your download file is already mp4 video, you can drag it into iTunes library and sync it to your iPod or iPhone directly.
But most Limewire video files are MPEG or AVI. You can use this Limewire Video Converter to convert them to iPod compatible MP4 video. I tried many video converters, and this one works best with Limewire video. It?s compatible with Windows 7 and 64 bits system. You can learn more information about it by referring to this review . Drag the video into the limewire video converter, set the profile to "iPod Video MPEG-4(*.mp4)", click start to begin the conversion.

It will take a few minutes to finish the conversion. Then drags the converted MP4 video into your iTunes library and sync the Limewire video to your iPod or iPhone, this video converter build-in an iPod transfer. You can use it to upload Limewire songs or videos to iPod if you don?t want to use iTunes. That?s all.?Enjoy my guide on putting Limewire songs and videos on iPod, Merry Christmas.

on Dec 21, 2009 | Cell Phones

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I synced an mp4 video to my ipod nano (my first video) but it doesn't play. The video shows up on the menu, but when I press play, it sometimes only shows a blank screen with the seconds passing by at the...


its most likely that the video you placed on your ipod has different format/type. you need to convert first your video to the appropriate format.
check for the file extension/format of the videos you can view/watch from your ipod! (look for the sample video with its file extension/format)

Jun 14, 2009 | Apple iPod nano

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Video storage


To view the stored videos on your iPod they have to be in MP4 format. You can right click the video file in iTunes and click "Convert To iPod" or something similar. The only problem with this is some file types are converted without sound. To fix this download/purchase a Mp4 video converter and convert your files then sync them using iTunes.



To STORE the video file, but not be able to watch it, go to iTunes when the iPod is connected to your computer and check the "Removable Disk" (Or something similar, seeing how the software may have updated) option and eject your iPod. Reconnect your iPod and go to "My Computer" and you should be able to access your iPod as a removable disc.

Jul 28, 2008 | Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player

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PHILLIPS HTD 7001 IPOD DOCKING STATION


I also have the same problem but now I think it's the type of I-Pod you use. Do you use the I-Pod 80 Gb video or the newer 160 Gb I-Pod with the cover flow etc. ? The documention of the HTD7001 says it's only support some I-Pods. I would know sure if I would have a type of Video I Pod wich is supported by the documentation

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Wont load videos


hi one reason mite be because they movies aren't in a mpg-4 format which is the only format ipod and itunes and take to change formats you could try use a program called dvdfab platinum. just google it and it cost about $80 nz

Mar 13, 2008 | Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player

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