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    Does anyone have any opinions on what the best video converter is?

    I'd like to convert my videos to mp4s with ease. Thanks!

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    Ive used Videora iPhone Converter, works decently keeps great quality. But I dislike the GUI, another plus is its completely free.

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    Does it convert quickly?

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    yeah the best one I know is videora... and last time I remember converting my videos seemed pretty quick. I converted a 1gb+ movie on it for like 10 minutes?

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    well it does do it quickly but it uses the entire CPU(duh). I have tried 3gp converter like the one used for the psp during the huge psp scene a while ago, but it lacks in advanced controls, and it is only good for large batch files because drag and drop is supported.

    taniban...someone is possibly [email protected] illegal bad quality movies... lol

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    i love handbrake

    this is for mac and windows

    it is a DVD converter though

    FREE it is very nice!
    RY GUY!!!

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    is there one that can convert it w/ good/decent quality, doesnt have to be great quality, but at a smaller size?

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    My favorite is WinAvi MP4 Converter quick and very simple GUI fasts as hell to converted superbad and american pie 1 and 2 in 15 minutes. You have to search serials.ws for a cd key but thats just a minor setback to hella good program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan0609 View Post
    well it does do it quickly but it uses the entire CPU(duh). I have tried 3gp converter like the one used for the psp during the huge psp scene a while ago, but it lacks in advanced controls, and it is only good for large batch files because drag and drop is supported.

    taniban...someone is possibly [email protected] illegal bad quality movies... lol
    Im more.... 'p2p'ing movies... lol. But you can actually get alright very watchable movies at those kinda sizes..

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    super is great, it's free and it can convert it most formats not just to mp4 just incase you need too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seungki View Post
    Does anyone have any opinions on what the best video converter is?

    I'd like to convert my videos to mp4s with ease. Thanks!
    I've been using a cracked version of cucusoft ultimate dvd converter & it's pretty good seeing as you don't have to rip then convert,it converts the dvd directly. Videora was my first choice of converter and it works really well except for the 100% cpu usage but its free and it does the job. Those are my picks because the end result on the phone shows really clean. P.S. has any1 tried that rca cable that allows you to stream your movies from phone to tv? Would like to know if it's worth investing in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipirate View Post
    I've been using a cracked version of cucusoft ultimate dvd converter & it's pretty good seeing as you don't have to rip then convert,it converts the dvd directly. Videora was my first choice of converter and it works really well except for the 100% cpu usage but its free and it does the job. Those are my picks because the end result on the phone shows really clean. P.S. has any1 tried that rca cable that allows you to stream your movies from phone to tv? Would like to know if it's worth investing in.
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    I have a mac and use visualHub (the pro version of iSquint)

    It works great. It can convert just about anything. Allows you to set a quality preference. Its pretty user friendly. And also there are advanced options if you know what your doing. Also, it doesn't clog your cpu if your doing other things. (and will run full speed if run alone)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipirate View Post
    I've been using a cracked version of cucusoft ultimate dvd converter & it's pretty good seeing as you don't have to rip then convert,it converts the dvd directly. Videora was my first choice of converter and it works really well except for the 100% cpu usage but its free and it does the job. Those are my picks because the end result on the phone shows really clean. P.S. has any1 tried that rca cable that allows you to stream your movies from phone to tv? Would like to know if it's worth investing in.
    i have the component wire connection for iphone it was 50 bucks in apple store and it works well but the picture isnt that great on my 32" lcd tv.well what i expect when i have most of the movies converted to small low qualities so i can get couple of them to iphone. actually now trying to do better quality coz i upgrade to 16gb so i can fit more there so hopefully it will be pretty good picture now.i dont really use the connector but sometimes it might come handy on some "out of home" events...

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