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    Default Visual Hub - put a video anywhere on anything in any form
    VisualHub: The Universal Video Converter for Mac.



    If you need videos on your iPhone, nothing beats Visual Hub. You can output in any size, quality, or form!

    The website says it best:

    Converting a bunch of AVI files to a DVD shouldn't require a Computer Science degree.
    Getting movies from your digital camera to your iPod shouldn't take hours.
    Wading through a sea of video formats shouldn't pull you under.

    VisualHub bridges the gap between numerous complicated video formatting standards, and people that just want to get the job done - just what you would expect from the Mac.

    If you're looking for something a little more flexible, VisualHub's up for that challenge too. An extensive Advanced panel lets you change all pre-set aspects of encoding...and then some.

    Based on the popular, award-winning "iSquint" conversion software for iPods. If you've used iSquint, you already know how to use VisualHub. If you've never used iSquint, you won't have a lot of catching up to do anyway.

    Features:
    Fast conversion from nearly every video format to iPod, PSP, DV, DVD, Tivo, AVI, MP4, WMV, MPEG and Flash.
    Convert any file in three steps. Click, drag, click.
    Fit up to 18 hours of video on one DVD. Play it in any standalone DVD player.
    QuickTime Pro or special plugins not required.
    DivX/XviD AVIs, all forms of MPEG video, and many other formats QuickTime struggles with are supported.
    Batch Processing of multiple files. Save in-place, or to a different folder.
    Very comprehensive Advanced panel to modify every aspect of encoding.
    Dynamic Preview - See results before beginning a long encode.
    Stitch multiple files together to combine videos.
    Highly detailed, informative Users Guide.
    Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel Macs.
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    yup ive come to LOVE this program!
    previously known as iWant 1.1.1
    ...my dev-base...

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    I use this app as well, its great for real simple/quick video conversions...

    Unfortunately the creators had to shut their doors so be sure to read their page on backing up their apps just in case you run into problems with the apps down the road: Techspansion
    Last edited by savon; 11-22-2008 at 03:42 PM.

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    With Visual Hub on the fritz, if you really wanna spend the buxx the new Adobe Media Encoder in CS4 is awesome.
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    So visual hub isn't being made anymore?

    how easy is adobe media encoder to use?

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