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Old 11-03-2012, 02:31 PM   #1
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Default Is there any free software to convert an AVI to iDevice/iTunes?

I've tried googling but of course all the links lead to software that appears to be hamstrung unless a person pays. I'm wondering if there is any actual freeware that will perform this task?
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Handbrake won't do it?

Quicktime Pro will. You can also drop them into iMovie and re-export, but that's a pain and a half.

VLC transcode.

Also MPEG Streamclip.
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Handbrake won't do it?

Quicktime Pro will. You can also drop them into iMovie and re-export, but that's a pain and a half.

VLC transcode.

Also MPEG Streamclip.


Thanks. Giving Handbrake a shot now--seems like it should do it.

EDIT: Worked a treat!

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