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HBFS/around the world music video3rd Jan 2008, 19:39 #1
so i finally got my 2-disc copy of, but i can't find a way to upload the HBFS/around the world video to my ipod. does anyone have a program or something that would let me do that?
3rd Jan 2008, 22:17 #2
you have to have the vid in a certain format for it to go in your ipod. i think this is exactly why they put it as a .wmv, by making you pay for the version that can go in your ipod, from the itunes store..
3rd Jan 2008, 23:31 #3
it plays fine on my iTunes, but that could also be because i'm a) running a OS X, and b) because i have a couple multimedia plugins.
you can either look for a plugin that lets iTunes play .wmv or use another program to transcode it into a more friendly file type (.mov, .avi, or whatever you prefer)
4th Jan 2008, 02:54 #4
Anything will play in itunes, but not the ipod.
It will tell u that it cant play on the ipod and it wont let u put it on there.
Try converting the video directly in itunes to ipod format. Otherewise, u need a video converting program.
5th Jan 2008, 02:41 #10
so i finally got my 2-disc copy of , but i can't find a way to upload the HBFS/around the world video to my ipod. does anyone have a program or something that would let me do that?
a) The file that is on the disc. is a .mov (at least thats what it shows up as on my computer)
I simply went to my computer, then the local CD drive, went through the files and got the video, which is 107mb's from the disc.
b) You need to convert that video file to a .mp4 for your iPod. Unfortunatley the iPod does not play any other type of video.
I have found one INCREDIBLY easy, and 100% free iPod video converter..
Its called: Videora iPod Coverter
Not only does it convert your video, of any length, but it automaticly adds it to your iTunes library when it has finished.
Note: When it says 100% its still not done, its still adding frames. When its done iTunes will pop-up.
ps. PM me if you would like to know how to rip your DVD movies onto your iPod.
(now that the iPod supports videos of any length)
I've already put Transformers, and The Simpsons Movie, on mine.
*Some DVD's don't work..
By iRollToDaftPunk in forum Fan Remixes & CoversReplies: 31Last Post: 10th Oct 2007, 02:09