Convert Recorded Video Files to iPod, PSP

Nov 17th, 2011 by Boren 2,404 views |Comments Off

If you are now using an iPod, PSP, or other device that can not sync with Windows Media Player, make sure that the recorded video has been converted to a format supported by iPod and PSP. Before you begin your conversion, you need to download a DVD recorder that has the conversion function. I find an unprecedented combination of DVD decrypter, DVD player, DVD recorder and video converter. It named DVD X Player.

The DVD X Player was shaped with great effort. It is able to unlock all region code, play DVD movies with 16:9 aspect ratios on any screen mode, without distortion, record DVD movie, convert recorded video file to ASF, AVI, iPod-MP4, PSP-MP4, MPEG, etc, bookmark scenes to realize quickly access, capture still image during playing. Really a powerful package of software.

Convert recorded video to iPod, PSP

1. Download for trial and launch the program on a computer with Windows operation system.
2. Add the recorded video to DVD X Player.
3. Right click the file on the record panel; choose iPod file (MPEG 4 video, AAC audio) or PSP file (MPEG 4 video, AAC audio).
4. Click “Convert” to begin converting the recorded file.

After the operation is completed, the Synchronism dialog box will pop up, just sync with your device.

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