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How to Convert MPEG to iPod

You want to convert the movies with MPEG-2 video codec into iPod compatible MPEG-4 video codec?

It’s a easy job for BlazeVideo iPod Video Converter to convert MPEG-2 to MPEG-4 video codec.

Let’s see how to convert MPEG standard video files onto iPod for playback.

Firstly, you need to download BlazeVideo iPod Video Converter (both full version and trial version is OK, but trial version only output files with 3-minute) and run the program on Windows.

Step 1: load MPEG files.

Step 2: Customize your input videos to create your own video.

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Clip any segment of your video to remain your favorite part.

Crop the video to cut off unwanted frame.

Click Watermark to add favorite text as watermark and adjust its position freely.

Click Subtitle to plug in desired subtitle and reset its vertical position.

Merge multiple video files into one with title or credits to continuously watch desired videos.

Step 3: Set output parameters

Click Setting button to pop up Setting window. In Profile list, select iPod or a specific iPod device as output.  You can also adjust the output video size to fit your iPod screen. In addition, you can adjust the parameters of frame rate, video/audio bitrate, sample rate and audio channel.

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Detailed parameters for reference.

Video size: default, 320*240, 480*272, 480*320, 480*368, 512*384, 640*480, 720*480, 720*576

Frame rate: default, 12/15/20/23.97/24/25/29.97/30fps,

Video bitrate: default, 512/640/768/900/1200/1500/2000/2500/3000/4000kbps

Sample rate: default, 22050/32000/44100/48000Hz

1 Channel Mono, 2 Channels Stereo

Audio bitrate: default, 64/80/96/128/160/192/256/512kbps

Step 4: Click … to reset output folder and click Start to convert.

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BlazeVideo iPod Video Converter quickly converts MPEG onto iPod with great output quality.

What is MPEG?

MPEG stands for the Motion Picture Experts Group, part of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), charged with creating and publishing standards for various areas of technology, respectively. MPEG standards address audio and video formats used online, in television broadcasts, and in DVD media.

What is iPod?

iPod is a line of portable media players designed and marketed by Apple and launched on October 23, 2001. The product line-up currently consists of the hard drive-based iPod Classic, the touchscreen iPod Touch, the compact iPod Nano, and the ultra-compact iPod Shuffle. iPod Classic models store media on an internal hard drive, while all other models use flash memory to enable their smaller size (the discontinued Mini used a Microdrive miniature hard drive). As with many other digital music players, iPods can also serve as external data storage devices. Storage capacity varies by model, ranging from 2 GB for the iPod Shuffle to 160 GB for the iPod Classic. All of the models have been redesigned multiple times since their introduction. The most recent iPod redesigns were introduced on September 1, 2010.

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