New memberUsername: Ailsa010
Post Number: 4
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: mp4converter.net 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.
Silver MemberUsername: Hawaiian_time
Post Number: 401