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gramcracker57

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hi, i recently got a iPod touch and am trying to put videos on it. i downloaded the videora ipod converter, and the DVD decypter. when trying to put an DVD on my ipod, it seems that it decrypted fine, and then i try to convert it on videora, and it only takes about 3 seconds before it gets to 99% then stops. The file size keeps increasing, but it wont go past 99%. it also says that the video length is only 4 seconds long. i tried the trouble shooter and did the first 15 seconds, and it worked fine. But when i try to do the full thing, it doesnt work. help please.

thanks, gramcracker57
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it may be something wrong with you software . you can download some other software .it may help you to solve yourpromble
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I use these programs to and i did use to have your problem,

It is something to do with when you decrypt the dvd to put on your ipod the settings have to be set to one file and no gaps or something, its quite a cinfusing program :S


Try this

http://www.doom9.org...tml?/dvddec.htm

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May I also add that there is a new tool out there that can download youtube.com videos and convert them for your right away. The program itself is 4mb in size, and being offered at cnet.com. Here's the link:

http://www.download....cdlPid=10801797

Try it out! That way you can have a lot of stuff on your I Pod. It automatically converts any file it downloads to avi, mp4, mov, etc.
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