How to convert any DVD and videos to iPod Touch/Classic/Nano with only one tool

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by kenger, Nov 17, 2009.

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    kenger Guest

    Many people have found it difficult to rip DVD to iPod Touch/Classic/Nano, Convert Video to iPod Touch/Classic/Nano, Convert Protected Videos/Music to iPod Touch/Classic/ Nano. This guide will solve these problems.It include two parts:Part 1: How to Convert DVD to iPod Touch/Classic/NanoPart 2: How to Convert Video to iPod Touch/Classic/NanoPart 1: How to Convert DVD to iPod Touch/Classic/NanoStep 1. Download the Cucusoft DVD to iPod + iPod Video Converter Suite, install and run it.[​IMG] Step 2.Click DVD to ipod Converter component, you will see the UI.[​IMG] Step 3. Open Cucusoft DVD to iPod Converter. Choose the profile (output format), encode speed, and set the output folder. You need to set the output folder to your hard disk.Step 4.Insert DVD to DVD-ROMClick "Open DVD" button on the skin or choose "menu>file->open dvd "Step 5. Set the Basic Input setting Audio track, Subtitle on the menu of the preview screen. Move the start to the position you expected.Play the title you want to record, it will pop up the following window, choose "record from movie start point" and output file size[​IMG] Step 6.If you have not start recording the dvd at step3, you also can click "record" button to record when the movie playing to the place you expectedPart 2: How to Convert Video to iPod Touch/Classic/NanoStep 1. Download the Cucusoft DVD to iPod + iPod Video Converter Suite, install and run it.[​IMG] Step 2. Run iPod Video converter component. And load the video files you'd like to convert by clicking 'Open file' button.[​IMG] Click 'Output' and choose the pathname where you want to save your video files. Click 'Convert' to start converting video to iPod MP4 or H264 files. [​IMG]Step 3. After converting, you can open the output folder to check and play the iPod video files (.mp4 or .mov) using Quicktime Player (Freeware, Quicktime Player+iTunes downloading address Apple - QuickTime - Download ). Step 4. Transfer the iPod videos to iTunes by draging or clicking "File -> Add File to Library".


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