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How-to upload video to an iPod


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At this point I just want to get videos onto my hard drive so that i can upload them to the internet or something...
I've got them in my camera software, but I'm challenged and I can't get them somewhere that can be transfered anywhere else
help please?
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Which make and model camera have you got
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I have an Olympus Stylus 810

I'm not entirely sure that I should be posting for help here though...
sorry

i'm new to this

but if you could help, please do!
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Hi guys !!!

i'm a newbie here and i want a little help...

yesterday i bought an iPod 30gb Video. I managed to upload the video into my iPod but there is NO sound at all....

The video is playing but the sound is not..

WHY ????? :blink: :help: :whistling:
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also in my volume settings it's asking me for a 4-digit code.....

ANY IDEAS ?!
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How come when i try to use videora to change my real player videos to mp-4 it dosent work? It works with other videos i have but not with RealMedia files
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Hi, im a videora noob.

Whenever i open up videora to convert a file it gives me the options: Remember the titans.
So i click on that and it gives me 2 more options: AUDIO_TS or VIDEO_TS
So i did the obvious thing and clicked the video folder.
Then i gave me about 25 thumbnails, ie- Video_TS.VOB or a bunch of files name VIDEO_01_VOB and so on.
WHICH FILE DO I PICK DO I CONVERT OR ARE THEY ALL WRONG??????
PLEASE HELP!!!!
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I'm trying to upload an avi to my ipod video. I'm using videora. It looks and sounds great. However... the audio doen't sync up. It's driving me nuts! Can anyone help?
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Bingoo, nice guide~thanks for shareing~ it is helpful for me, for me i always use iPod Video Converter,but i will try your converter later.Thank you~
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in my mind ,

it is helpful

live well
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in my mind ,

it is helpful

live well
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in my mind ,

it is helpful

live well
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in my mind ,

it is helpful

live well
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in my mind

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live well
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i am so sorry this, it must be the problem of forum server, i do not want to post same content so many times!

Edited by fkee167, 14 June 2007 - 08:09 AM.

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