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ViddyUp!
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ViddyUp!1.8.4

15 August 2008

Reformat your movies into iPod-ready files (was Podner).

Overview

ViddyUp! (formerly known as Podner) is the easy way to load up your iPod, iPhone or Apple TV with home movies or content from around the web. Just drag your clips to the ViddyUp! window, tweak a setting or two (if you want), then let ViddyUp! get to work. iPod, iPhone or Apple TV-friendly versions of each clip show up in a special playlist in iTunes, ready to sync.

ViddyUp! easily handles dozens of files with its batch processing mode and even works with MPEG muxed audio. And, with the Custom encoding option, you're free to create MPEG-4 and H.264 files for iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, iTunes, Podcasts or the Web. It's up to you!

Features:

  • MPEG-4, H.264 and H.264 MultiPass Export to iPod Without QuickTime Pro
  • MPEG-4 and H.264 Export to Apple TV Without QuickTime Pro
  • Batch Processing
  • MPEG Muxed Audio Support
  • 3:2, 4:3, 16:9 and Manual Cropping
  • Three Easy Quality Settings
  • High-quality Presets For iPod
  • Low-quality Presets For Podcasts
  • Better H.264 Multipass performance than other QuickTime-based solutions
  • Poster Frame Support During Encoding Process
  • iTunes Integration - Processed Files are Sent to iTunes
  • Supports DivX and FLV (YouTube) content via free QuickTime components
  • And More!

What's new in ViddyUp!

Version 1.8.4:

New Features:

  • iPhone/iPod touch encoding presets
  • 3:2 cropping modes
Fixes:
  • MKV and FLV files will now process properly

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How would you rate ViddyUp! app?

14 Reviews of ViddyUp!

Anonymous
25 October 2005
Version: 1.0

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10 Bucks? So i cant just use QuickTime 7 to automatically create an .m4v file containing H.264 video and AAC audio that is optimized for iPod? I mean should i pay $10 to save my video's as .m4v, .mp4 and .mov with video specs up to 768 Kbps, 320 x 240 pixels, 30 frames per second? With audio as AAC-LC up to 160 Kbps, 48 KHz, stereo audio I'm not sure if this makes sense to compile or not
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5
For-Nextsoft
15 May 2008
Version: 1.8.2
I have tried a number of apps to export muxed mpeg1's to iPod and this is the only one that could, so it's worth the $10 to me.
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Khanh
09 June 2006
Version: 1.6
Podner changes to ViddyUp!. Apple releases 5G iPod U2! Now, the next upgrade is 6G iPod, the real video iPod with full support for Blu Ray Hi-Def!
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3.25
Anonymous
19 November 2005
Version: 1.1
Still crashes with a couple of my QuickTime movies. I believe they're Muxed MPEG1 files.
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4.5
Halgumbert
18 November 2005
Version: 1.1
Podner is amazing. I've tried just about every video converter for the iPod and this one is fast, stable, and WORKS! Now that it supports a queue, it's even better. Previously, I made four copies of the app on the same computer and encoded four movies at a time, but now, I can drag an entire season of shows at once.
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3
Anonymous
13 November 2005
Version: 1.0.1
a good encoder but has the same problem of Quicktime Pro 7.0.3... when you try to compress a DV/File from FCP that the size is 720x480 the Podner ( like the QT) squeeze the picture at 320x213 instead to 320x240... Podner and Apple has to fix the problem !!!!!!!!!!!! In any case I prefer Podner than MoviePod... Podner shoul have a batch list
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Anonymous
01 November 2005
Version: 1.0
Let us specify exact bitrate!
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Anonymous
01 November 2005
Version: 1.0
This is pretty awesome. I managed to convert a few short DivX files into H.264 and it works like a charm. However, I have yet to try them in a video iPod (I don't one yet but will get one someday) but I really do dig the program. However, I have a couple suggestions for new features. One feature would be a batch converter. It would be nice if I could throw in a bunch of files into this thing before I drive off to work, come back from work, and see them all done. That would freakin' own! Another feature would be some cropping options. Sometimes, I like to crop the letterbox out of certain videos or turn a 16:9 video into a 4:3 video. Other than that, I think this program is worth the 10 bucks!
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5
Anonymous
31 October 2005
Version: 1.0
Without a doubt the BEST of the iPod video encoders whenever previously-downloaded videos are concerned. Handles practically every type of file I've thrown to it: .mov, .mpeg, .avi (maybe .avi because its using the plug-in Toast 7 installs, I'm still not sure). For DVDs the best is still Handbrake. But everything else, nothing beats Podner as of yet. Defintely worth the $9 bucks.
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5
Jimothy
28 October 2005
Version: 1.0
Great program, works quickly, and the only one that does so. Its kindof annoying it only works on 10.4 (Tiger). (Hint: it only works on TIGER Mr. Anonymous)
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4.75
Anonymous
27 October 2005
Version: 1.0
Awesome application. I've been encoding movie trailers all day long and the application just does its work with no shakes, no crashes whatsoever. I gave it 4 stars at features since I think it would be cool too be able to crop movies in the application. Other than that, WORKS+CHEAP=awesome.
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Anonymous
25 October 2005
Version: 1.0
Quick question.Is this app actually encoding the video or is it just telling quicktime to encode it?
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5
25 October 2005
Version: 1.0
I downloaded and tried with two NIN videos I downloaded yesterday, it did encode them and transfer them to my iTunes. I have to give it 5 stars to make up for the moron below who needs lessons on program launching.
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Anonymous
25 October 2005
Version: 1.0
Ollie`s iPod Converter is free. haven't played with them yet to see which is better, but they look like they'll be comparable. just an fyi. what i am interested in is the claim that this can encode in a different format without losing any quality. that seems impossible, i'd love to hear from others on this.
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Anonymous
25 October 2005
Version: 1.0
10 Bucks? So i cant just use QuickTime 7 to automatically create an .m4v file containing H.264 video and AAC audio that is optimized for iPod? I mean should i pay $10 to save my video's as .m4v, .mp4 and .mov with video specs up to 768 Kbps, 320 x 240 pixels, 30 frames per second? With audio as AAC-LC up to 160 Kbps, 48 KHz, stereo audio I'm not sure if this makes sense to compile or not
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