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MacVide iPod Converter 3.4 Released

MacVide iPod Converter 3.4 Released

Posted June 3, 2010 at 1:20am by iClarified · 4148 views
MacVide has announced the release of iPod Converter 3.4, an update to their video to mp4 conversion utility for Mac OS X. With a focus on ease-of-use, iPod Converter allows conversion of the most popular video files to mp4 iPod video. It fully integrates the process into the Mac experience by allowing human interaction on the content during conversion. All of the most popular formats are supported, including MOV, 3GP, MPEG, AVI and helps bridge the gap between many video standards. iPod Converter is a great tool for using with Apple's iTunes.

MacVide iPod Converter provides powerful functions to set different settings for your video files. It allows you to select crop video area, the bit rate, frame rate, video resolution. Video preview with "rangebar" allows you to choose the exact video footage you want, anywhere between the first and last frames. With MacVide iPod Converter you will able to convert your entire movie to .MP4 and watch it anywhere and anytime. It's very easy to use and it supports most portable MP4 devices.

New in version 3.4:
* Video engine fix
* Interleaved video fix
* DV Video fix
* Misc bugs fixed

Feature highlights include:
* Input format supported: all popular Video formats including AVI, WMV, MOV, MPG, ASF, DivX, etc.
* Playback on multiple players including iPod, iPhone, PSP and Apple TV, Creative Zen, Archos, etc.
* Crop your video area to remove the black video sides
* Powerful video/audio output settings
* Allows to set video resolution and frame rate
* Allows to set video and audio bitrate.
* Customizable dimensions for exported video
* Auto Determination of Movie length
* User can control Movie over Capturing

Pricing and Availability:
MacVide iPod Converter 3.4 is available for only $29.95 (USD) for a Single License, and may be downloaded directly from the MacVide website.

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Robert Johnson
Robert Johnson - June 3, 2010 at 2:16am
Use Handbrake it's way better and it's free
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