I use Melodycan converter. This software converts avi (Windows Video), WMV (Windows Media Video) and m4v, mov, aac, ra, aa, mp4, snd, aif, m4p, rax, wav, ogg etc.
If you have an iPod that accepts video formats, you probably took the iPod out of the box and excitedly plugged it into your computer. You expected to be able to get all of your favorite videos and DVDs on your iPod immediately, but then you got that annoying error message. It seems that your iPod did not recognize the format so now you’re not able to bring your videos with you. It seems that you paid the extra money for your iPod for nothing. That is not the case, though. You just need to get the proper software so your videos can be converted into a format that your iPod understands.
With the software provided with the DVD2Video Player, you can easily convert your DVD and videos into files that your iPod can recognize. Instead of paying to purchase the files from iTunes, you can use files that you already have and then convert them. The process is incredibly simple with the software.
You can convert almost any file type with this software. You can covert:
How it Works
This software is only operational with computers that run Windows. When you install the software, you will be guided through a step by step process in order to convert your file types. The software costs $14.95, and works with any iPod that plays videos.
If you have a video iPod but you are not playing videos, you are really missing out. Bringing your favorite movies and videos with you is one of the perks of having an iPod, and this is a great way to avoid paying all of those high fees that you are charged every time you download a video from iTunes. This is a cost effective way to watch the videos that you want, wherever you go. Also, when you have this software, you do not have to wait for a video to make it to iTunes before you put it onto your iPod.
To download the software, click here.