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    Free M4V converter that works!

    Ok I expect this post will probably get a large number of views of people looking for the samem thing I am. Someone PLEASE let me know where I can find a converter that is free. I havn't even found one that I could pay for that would work. All the programs that I've seen for sale have demos which won't even work. All I've managed to get is the audio.

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    wait what does that do?...is that a WMA to IPOD format converter?
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    From ipod crap to something else. M4V to something usable. MPG, AVI, DIVX(as a last resort). Something windows media play can play.

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    ohh sorrry..i have an ipod =(
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    quicktime is the application that will play all of the video podcasts i do.
    and you can use Quicktime Pro to convert that format to any other format you want
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    I've been using Ultra QuickTime Converter to rip mine to DivX.
    Aone Software ( Ultra QuickTime Converter, Convert MOV QT MP4 M4V to AVI MPEG VCD SVCD DVD )
    Its $30.00 but it has worked very well for me. I'm sure there is a freeware utility out there that does something similar.
    (Sorry, I posted this in a similar thread too. I don't mean to sound repetitive)

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    I personally just dont like iTunes or Quicktime. I have no use for iTunes except to get TR which I can get from Yahoo podcasts or direct from the site. And quicktime installs with an agent that always runs and does not have an option to disable, so you have to play wiht the registry or something (I forget exactly what I did when I had it).

    I use VLC player (free) to watch the videos, but it will also convert. I played with it a little and got the video to play on my PocketPC, but didnt figure out the right audio format yet. There are some other free converters out there but I noticed that most require Quicktime or are adware.

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    well i use videora to convert things for my ipod, so i would think they have a program to do the opposite? you can try searching it on google
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    free converter? I have used one, kigo video converter for mac. It works well for me.

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    By the way, most of m4v converters are sharewares. What i'm using is m4v comverter plus. It's ok

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