Remove DRM from BBC iPlayer programmes burn BBC downloads to DVD put BBC iPlayer to iPo... - 0 views
What format does Apple family products support and how to get high quality videos and s... - 7 views
Recently Apple family has released popular media players such as iPod Touch, iPod Classic, iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle, iPhone and apple TV. You may want to get your favorite movies and songs in your p...
SourceForge.net: ipodcal - 0 views
ipodcal is a tool for ipod users, it is meant to be used to help users move their calendars from their computer/website to their ipod via GUI, also has features for managing notes/contacts. Can also backup/restore those files.
SourceForge.net: PodFetch - 0 views
This project utilizes the iPod's ability to store and display short text files to allow you to view RSS Feeds, Weather Forecasts, Movie Showtimes, and other text documents on your iPod when you are away from your computer
SourceForge.net: iPod video encoder - 0 views
ipod-encoder is a commandline frontend for ffmpeg, which simplifies encoding video files for use on the new 5G iPod. Besides encoding of single files, the program supports batch encoding of whole directories, and automatic generation of podcasts.
Clickwheel : iPod comics - 0 views
Clickwheel is a whole new way of using your iPod, and a whole new way of reading comics. Looking for a simple innocent laugh? A dry, sophisticated chuckle? A true story of crime, disaster or ordinary life? A brain-bending exercise in comic art? Turn to us and it's all in your hands.
If you're an artist or cartoonist and want to sign up to Clickwheel, go here.
We've previously released two guides to help Mac owners learn how to transform video content into iPod-ready formats. Now we've put together a collection of tips - spread across this article's Parts 0 and 1 on DVD ripping, and a second article's Parts 2 and 3 on conversion and iTunes/iPod transferring to help PC users do the same. Since there are many different programs that can convert iPod videos, we recommend that you keep things simple as a beginner - learn the basics first, then branch out to the more technical aspects. The resolution and bit rate of the video files you can use on the iPod are limited to the technical specifications put out by Apple, discussed in this earlier article.