YouTube video is an online flash video (FLV), which is the most popular video format for delivering internet videos, while for iPod video format, it should be MP4. To make YouTube video playable on iPod, you have to download the YouTube video first and then convert YouTube video to iPod format MP4.
It only takes two steps to convert YouTube to iPod video with Leawo Free YouTube Downloader. Leawo Free YouTube Downloader is a free FLV Downloader and YouTube Accelerator which can speed up video playback and video downloading, and fast download YouTube videos and other FLV videos from YouTube and many video-sharing sites like Google video, iFilm, Myspace, Dailymotion, etc. With this Free online video downloader, as a YouTube to iPod converter as well, you can freely download YouTube video to iPhone video to freely play and watch YouTube video on iPhone without any limitation. You can also download YouTube video to other portable devices like iPhone, iPad, etc.
Run Leawo Free YouTube Downloader
Start Leawo Free YouTube Downloader to first download YouTube videos. Browse YouTube videos on the simple browser address. After you search your YouTube videos, there would pop out a Dwonload or Not dialogue box, click Save as to continue.
Do some settings
You now come to the settings interface, where you can select to convert YouTube to iPod MP4 and do other essential settings like quality, folder, etc.
Download and Convert YouTube to iPod
Click the convert button and you will start to convert YouTube video to iPod videos. After that, you can freely sync YouTube to iPod via iTunes and enjoy YouTube videos on iPod on the go.
An iPod is a portable device for storing and playing audio files encoded by MP3 or AAC compression algorithms. Designed by Apple Computer, iPods have distinctive styling and can hold anywhere thousands of songs. Popular iPod features include a calendar, address book, to-do list, alarm clock with sleep timer, games and text reader. When connected to a personal computer (PC), Windows or Macintosh, the iPod communicates with a piece of Apple software called iTunes. iPod and iTunes work together to synchronize the songs available on the iPod to those available on the PC. This happens automatically, without any intervention being required from the user.