MoviesForMyPod/PSP/Phone
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MoviesForMyPod/PSP/Phone1.5

26 July 2008

Convert QuickTime movies to iPod/PSP/Phone formats (was MovieToGo).

Overview

MoviesForMyPod/PSP/Phone is a simple, effective batch processing application for converting QuickTime movies into iPod-friendly PSP/iPod/Podcast/Phone Movies and Ringtones, 320x240 MPEG-4 and H.264 movie files.

What's new in MoviesForMyPod/PSP/Phone

Version 1.5: Includes fixes for latest version of the PSP firmware so you can create iPod/PSP compatible MPEG-4 files, including widescreen movies.

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22 Reviews of MoviesForMyPod/PSP/Phone

Yakuzah
02 August 2006
Version: 1.0.4

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Whats wrong with everyone? Just use FFMPEG FFS, support the developer, it has a PSP Mode, and it's H.264 encoding is both superb and quick!
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Patddfan88
27 May 2009
Version: 1.5
just not worth $60 when isquint is freeware!
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Ezrabbit
21 August 2007
Version: 1.0.4
Does not work with PSP firmware 3.30. The PSP says the file produced is unplayable or not supported. Please fix this!
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Yakuzah
02 August 2006
Version: 1.0.4
Whats wrong with everyone? Just use FFMPEG FFS, support the developer, it has a PSP Mode, and it's H.264 encoding is both superb and quick!
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4.75
Gogogirl
14 May 2006
Version: 1.0.1
Ripped "Complicated" music vid from Avril Lavigne "Let Go" (enhanced disc). Used 1_avi.avi from the disc. Worked great. Currently converting "He Wasn't" music video from CD single.
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4.25
Sjj-public
20 December 2005
Version: 0.993
This works well if you select H.264 format, albeit excruciatingly slowly, but I find that it does a terrible job if I use MPEG4 format, even at the high quality option. I get a bad pulsing effect in the resulting videos. Anyone else seeing this? I wish the MPEG4 format worked well (and it can, as shown by iSquint - unfortunately I find that iSquint gives horrendous audio quality, so it's useless.) At least I can use H.264 format with this and get good video and audio quality, but it does take an insanely long period of time to convert even a 30 minute video using H.264.
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Tang
18 December 2005
Version: 0.993
Hey! Like others I can watch the converted file but there's no audio..what do I do? I see you talking about muxed files..what's that? What do I do? Please help
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aa-2
02 December 2005
Version: 0.993
Does anybody know when you try converting a video file to AAC you get A message that stas " An unknow error occurred (-50)
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4.5
Saggis
30 November 2005
Version: 0.993
Ok Developer I love this progrram its way better than anything else but I end up going back to isquint because it has widescreen support so please please try and impliment this in your next version then it'd be number one! Oh and H264 would be frieken hot!
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Anonymous
16 November 2005
Version: 0.993
How do you do a batch conversion cause i dont have a clue how to convert a dvd so if someone could give me a step by step conversion that would be great
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Anonymous
16 November 2005
Version: 0.993
For you having audio problems it's cause the Audio is Muxed, convert to quicktime using MPEG stream clip then try it, it'll work ;)!
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Anonymous
12 November 2005
Version: 0.993
Great program and thanks for keeping it freeware..It seems I can't get the program to transfer sound. Is this normal..the videos convert, alas without sound.
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4.75
Cucillo Consad
03 November 2005
Version: 0.992
This is an Amazing little program. I haven't tried the streaming option yet, but I've made a few batch conversions and not one problem. If the automatic widescreen conversion is gone, I will miss it. Hopefully, loosing it was just an oversight. I'm waiting for muxed file suport, .mpeg, .vob, and with a cherry on top, .ts support would really be nice. I could then take shows right from my DVR and convert them over night in 2 steps for my ipod. Even without it, this app is a steal. You ca't beat free.
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Anonymous
02 November 2005
Version: 0.991
Extremely easy and amazing fast compared to the old MovieToGo application ... takes about an hour to convert a 45 minute video clip. Currently the best free iPod video converter for mac! One feature I really miss from the old MovieToGo that appears to have vanished is that of the ability for the app to automatically convert widescreen hdtv movie clips to the proper ipod resolution. By default this version ruins the video by stretching it to fit the 320x240 aspect ratio, rather than preserving the aspect ratio. As far as I can see, you have to manually configure it as a custom mpeg with a resolution of 320x180 to prevent it from distorting your video. Other than that, it is a great tool!
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4.75
Anonymous
02 November 2005
Version: 0.991
A requested feature: progress bar that indicates how far conversion has progressed.
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Anonymous
01 November 2005
Version: 0.99
Customer settings aren't saving here. I keep trying to make H.264 videos with a bitrate of 350kbps, but the output is MPEG-4 at 768 (default when opening the custom settings dialouge). When this is fixed, we'll finally have something comparable to Videora iPod Converter on the Mac.
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4.25
Anonymous
31 October 2005
Version: 0.99
MoviesForMyiPod is easier to use than QuickTime Player Pro since it is single purpose, but also it's more easily powerful for this singular purpose because it gives you simple quality options, including the option for MPEG4. QuickTime Player Pro doesn't put that option out in front when it comes to converting videos for the iPod and while you can do it with QP Pro, you have to know what settings to select. With Movies For My iPod it's a simple and quick pop-up menu selection. Also the watched folder option is great for automating the conversion of downloaded videos. MFMiP also offers a queue, however I found it either confusing, or impossible to remove items from the queue or re-arrange them, and the queue is represented textually. The queue needs work. Also the program doesn't support drag and drop - you can't drag a video onto its icon in the dock to open it. A feature I'd like to see added is the ability to add custom settings as menu items in the pop-up menu. Also, I'd like the option of having it automatically add the converted videos to iTunes. If that is added, it would be even nicer if it automatically placed the converted videos properly into the iTunes hierarchy of folders so that iTunes didn't need to copy it and you don't end up with two copies of every converted video. Alternatively just offer the option to move the video to the trash after it is added to iTunes. When it comes to putting video on your iPod, this program offers more features than QuickTime Player Pro, is easier to use and is free. What's not to like?
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Anonymous
29 October 2005
Version: 0.95
That's because the .mpg file was muxed, ffmpeg can handle muxed files as well as a few "demuxers" like MPEG Streamclip
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Anonymous
29 October 2005
Version: 0.95
Comparing the same file compressed with this and with QT seems to have no decernable difference in quality or time taken to compress.
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4.25
Anonymous
28 October 2005
Version: 0.92
Its slow and doesn't allow you to queue multiple files but so far it does seem to work.
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Anonymous
26 October 2005
Version: 0.92
Converted a .mpg to a .m4v. The resulting m4v played visually but had no sound in iTunes.
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Anonymous
24 October 2005
Version: 0.9
can be done with this: http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=2005102017101662
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Anonymous
24 October 2005
Version: 0.9
Isn't this accomplished through QuickTime Pro (and some AppleScript for batch)?
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