iSquint is an iPod video conversion application.
It's many times faster than QuickTime Pro, works with almost all popular video formats, and it's infinitely free-er.
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I use this application to convert my various videos to h.264 for better size/quality-ratio. I like the speed and easy-of use.
I did have to remove the Visual Hub nagging because it was a bit of pain, but I love the "humour".
Correction to my previous post:
Where I wrote "agrre", please read "agree".
I agrre with arundel. It's rare to see this sense of humour in an computer application
Just check the five levels of conversion, with the best named "Go nuts". Or the sidedrawer when you try to change the parameters. Or the Menu help, where you can find... the lyrics for The Beatles' "Help".
But, above all, iSquint does what's supposed to do and does it vey well. I use it to convert FLV files (downloaded from YouTube, Dailymotion, Google Video and other websites) to MPEG-4/H.264.
This a great piece of software. And it's free!
Not only does it quickly and easily do exactly what you'd expect, it's one of those apps that are LOL-inducing! You'd be hard pressed to find this sense of humour in a PC app.
The price is definitely right, so why not try it.
This program is great for cleaning up files in weird WMV formats - especially if you want to use pieces of a file.
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