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I was on a flight from Denver to Chicago a couple months ago that 
offered no video (movie or otherwise) and a lot of junk on the audio. 
Something to watch, even on a small screen was welcoming.

Angie Dickinson Mickle
Avocado Productions
Arvada, CO
www.avocadoproductions.com
800-246-3811


Jack Palmer wrote:
> Frankly I have wondered about that.  Why would anyone want to watch a 
> movie on a DVD?  They are often too large in scope to even enjoy on a TV 
> screen. Jack
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> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Frank Strauss" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Sunday, April 29, 2007 10:12 PM
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] DVD video to iPod
> 
> 
>> I have used software/instructions found at
>>
>> video-2-ipod.com
>>
>> It costs $34.95 and works fine on a PC, although it takes a while.  
>> Part of
>> it is a decrypter and part of it is a transcoder (freeware called 
>> Videora)
>> that converts the decrypted file to a file that the iPod reads.  I 
>> think the
>> sticking point is the decryption, which would seem not legal.  I also had
>> problems with the sound.  The version of Quicktime/iTunes that came 
>> with the
>> iPod was fine, but I downloaded a new version of Quicktime/iTunes and 
>> during
>> playback from the iPod, the audio portion of the movies stopped after 
>> about
>> 20 seconds, although the video continued.  Re-loading the 
>> Quicktime/iTunes
>> that came with the iPod restored the audio.  Quicktime strikes again.  I
>> only converted a few dvd's, because it is devilish hard to view a 
>> movie on
>> the iPod screen.
>>
>>
>> -- 
>> Frank B Strauss, DMD
>>
>>
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