As one of the most popular media players in the world, Apple iPod has been a major player for people to kill the long boring time on train, or enjoy leisure life. iPod allows people to freely enjoy music and videos on the move anytime anywhere. But there’s one defect, the formats supported by iPod are not that many as other players, only MP4 and some other few formats. Thus you need to convert video to iPod first to watch video on iPod on the move.
Leawo Video to iPod video Converter could easily convert Video to iPod and other populr video formats iPod compatible with in only a few clicks. This iPod video converter also provides professional output file parameters for you to make output files suite your iPod more, like video codec, video size, frame rate, aspect ratio, video quality, bit rate, audio codec, sample rate, channel, etc. By converting video to iPod videos, you can then freely enjoy video files on iPod on the move. For Mac OS users, Leawo null would complete the conversion with ease.
Launch Leawo iPod Video Converter. Click Add Video button to import source video files (Click button or drag-and-drop source files on iPod video converter for Mac).
Choose output profile
Click Profile frame to choose iPod compatible video format as output format in Common Video group, say MP4, or directly choose from iPod group. (on Mac iPod Video Converter, click the icon before 3D button to enter Profile panel).
You could change output file parameters by clicking settings button next to the Profile frame: Video Codec(choose according to your destination utility), audio Codec, Aspect Ratio, Bit Rate, Video Size (you can choose from the provided options or manually input the size you prefer), Frame Rate, etc.
Convert Video to iPod
Start iPod video conversion by clicking the convert button. After the conversion, you only need to transfer converted videos to iPod for unimited enjoyment
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iPod is a portable device for storing and playing audio files encoded by MP3 or AAC compression algorithms. iPods have distinctive styling and can hold anywhere thousands of songs. 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.