IPod video,for your entertainment


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Username: Ailsa010

Post Number: 4
Registered: Jun-06
Have been a loyal fan of iPod since its earliest rollout? The way of entertaining with iPod has always been advancing with Steve's ingenuity exploring into ever exciting ideas. From playing music to displaying photos and then podcasts, and finally here playing movies while we are on-the-go, iPod has always given us joy and excitement. And iPod video player is well on the way to entrench on the territory formerly occupied by other mp4 players.

iPod 30GB and 60GB models are already on the shelf , with such enormous memory, storing 150 hours of video or 15000 songs or 25000 pictures is a piece of cake. With 150 hours video to watch during the long journey to your summery resort or while lying on the beach at a moon-lit night must be amazing experience. And the rather that this is so cute a gadget.

There are many features with this iPod video. The Apple click wheel lets you access everything with the touch of a finger. You can also control the volume and browse options using the touch sensitive screen.

There's also a neat list of accessories that you can use with your iPod Video. For instance you can get a wired remote to listen to FM radio, In-ear headphones, USB power adapter, leather case, AV connection kit, Universal dock, Apple remote, Camera connector etc.

With all these amazing traits added to iPod , there is a catch a bit bothering fans, that the video formats it supports are confined to H.264 and mp4. With many DVDs at hand , but no idea about how to play on iPod? Or have just shot a clip of family party using your Nokia, and want to share it with friends on iPod, with a relatively larger screen? Then there is some work you have to do , conversion between those unsupported formants to iPod's favorite. With iPod going along a ascending track, software to deal with this problem is also upgrading with each passing day, spawning many choices for user convenience. I find this site: a very expert for iPod video conversion, from which you can get further info on how exactly to efficiently cope with this kind of chore. And if iPod can do further R&D to clear this barrier of video show, that must be another shining medal of credits.

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Username: Hawaiian_time


Post Number: 401
Registered: Apr-06
I prefer the Creative Zen Vision. Much better picture and great sound! Plays AVI, DivX 4 and 53, XviD4, MPEG-1, -2, -SP, WMV9, and Motion-JPEG. 30 Gigs is more than enough for most.
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