How to convert video to Apple iPod/iPhone video MP4 format?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by thomas008, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. thomas008

    thomas008 Guest

    You have an Apple iPod/iPhone and would like to watch your favorite movie using it? But you don't know how to convert your video files to iPod/iPhone compatible format? This Apple Mac Video Converter is just the software you need to solve this problem now. This easy-to-use yet powerful Mac Video Converter enables you to convert your home video library to iPod/iPhone(MP4/h.264) format with a few mouse clicks.

    Step 1: Download and install Apple Mac Video Converter

    Click here to download it. After the download is finished, run the Mac-Video-Converter-Intel.dmg or Mac-Video-Converter-PowerPC.dmg file to install Video Converter for Mac.

    Step 2: Run Apple Mac Video Converter and select your input video file

    Click "Add File" button on the toolbar or "File > Add File(s)" to load the files you want to convert.


    Step 3: Set up the conversion parameters

    For novice users it is recommended to select one of the iPod/iPhone profiles:


    After you have selected the video input file and choose an output format, if you want to set video and audio encoding settings by yourself, just click the "Settings" button to customize output settings.


    Step 4: Set up a video output file path

    Click the "Browse..." button next to the Destination field and select a location on your Mac for the output video file.


    Step 5: Convert your video files to Apple iPod/iPhone video format

    When you are ready to convert the added videos on Mac OS X, Click the "Convert" button to start conversion and then you can just drink a cup of coffee, and the conversion may have been finished when you come back.

    Post Originated from Vista Support Forums
    thomas008, Apr 5, 2010
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  2. thomas008


    Apr 17, 2010
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    I had a good luck with this Wondershare Video Converter Plaitnum which can convert video to iPod, iPhone, iPad or some other cell phones.
    PS: My PC is running on Windows 7.
    Sandyrain, Apr 17, 2010
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