Transform your DVD videos to play on an iPod

Most iPods, besides their music features, offer high quality video capabilities; it’s one of the reasons they are one of the most flexible gadgets on the marketplace. Most of us enjoy watching movies to curl up and unwind, so why not convert your own DVDs to the iPod structure and watch them whenever you want, wherever you are?

Transferring your DVD movies to play on your iPod, iPhone, Touch, or Nano could be simple, or in some instances, time-consuming and difficult. There are many iPod converters available, but just a few are worth purchasing: some are too costly, some are hard to use, and many aren’t reliable sound and/or picture is messed up by them, or they can not convert new movies). An excellent iPod converter must meet the following conditions:

*User-friendly interface — the program must be easy to use.

*Fast coding — the program should be able to encode fast so that the entire process will be finished fast.

*Versatile — the Converter ought to be in a position to output video for many iPod Video formats: Classic, Nano, Touch, and iPhone.

*Quality — the movie must offer sound and image quality.

*Error Processing — the program must be able fix any conditions that appear throughout the changing process.

*Features — the program should have common options implemented, such as for example picture quality, subtitles, various languages, etc.

It’s also useful if this system includes a tutorial/help part where the user can learn how to make the most of additional features. Another important thing regarding transformation from a DVD to an iPod may be the ability to focus from widescreen to full screen. A converter should have this feature implemented so that you can enable a clear change.

This program should allow new in addition to higher level an effective experience to users. For novice users, an excellent converter must have a choice for automatically adjusting controls to ultimately achieve the best results. For advanced level users, there must be the capability to by hand adjust a broad number of parameters. A great iPod converter must also allow converting from both NTSC and PAL DVD movies.

Excellent iPod converters is found for around $40.00, and they will do anything, and usually more, than some of the more expensive programs. You can test and get the affordable way, using two or three free programs in combination (Videora, DVD Shrink, Handbrake, etc.), but I came across that the free programs included a large number of measures, produced mixed results, and wouldn’t change many new DVD films (those produced in the last four years). Do not misunderstand me, I’m a thrifty person, and if there is a cheap way to do things, I’m usually on-board, in this case, the hassle just wasn’t worth every penny. The advantages provided by a good changing program far outweighed the trial and error issues I came across using obsolete free programs.

Changing your DVD movies to play on an iPod allows anyone to watch a common movies and T.V. programs while on the bus or subway, on planes or long drives, or if you have a few free moments. DVD conversion software is getting more and more popular, while they facilitate an ideal transition from the ‘big screen’ to the ‘little screen.’