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i need help with videora


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Im having trouble using videora. I downloaded it. Put in my DVD into my disc drive and found the video files. Then when i opened them to convert them it only took a few seconds to convert and they werent in my video tab....


WHAT AM I DOING WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!! :whistling:



any help would be much appriciated :blink:


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Try here

http://www.geekstogo...Pod-t87802.html
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Ok im having trouble here



HOW TO USE VIDEORA:
1. Open it up and install it.
2. Get on the Convert page.
3. Click the One Click Transcode button.
4. Browse the video file and select it, it will take aprox. 30 minutes to encode the video.<-------(It seems that when its encoding it isnt doin anything ive waited about an hour but nothing happend)
5. Once its done, go under Videora and click on the Videos tab.
6. You will see your move it will have an akward name (i.e. TS_06)
7. Open up iTunes and create a new play list.
8. Drag the video over click Update on your iPod. Now you have video!


agian any help would be appreciated

Thanks, bassdude
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Which file type and size are you trying to convert
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The file type and size are.............type: VOB File, size:6.99 GB (7,509,481,472 bytes) (thats will all of them combined..heres a single file 5.90 MB (6,191,104 bytes))


and one other question do i use my 'media files' or 'all files'??





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