iPod Media Studio is a Graphic Apps::Multimedia software developed by Makayama Software. After our trial and test, the software was found to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for iPod Media Studio: 300% faster DVD-to-iPod conversions. Watch DVD, home movies, feature films and TV-series on your video iPod in great quality, in full screen, zoomed mode. Transfer DVD to iPod in only two clicks. This software may be purchased online from our webstore. A 60 Gb iPod may store up to 100 hours of home movies and tv recordings or one hundred full length feature films. Consumers can watch their content on the go, on supported models. In less than 45 minutes, you can put a full length DVD on your iPod. The software installs an encoding package on a Windows XP computer, users pick any video file from their harddrive, CD or DVD and with only three clicks, the software turns it into a compressed movie file, which will play on the MPEG4-mediaplayer on the iPod. The headset or the built-in speaker can be used to listen to the sound. Subtitled and foreign language DVDs are also supported. Enjoy movies with an amazingly sharp picture and stereo CD-quality sound. The ideal solution for frequent travellers or to keep the kids happy in the back of the car. The software captures all content (AVI, MPEG1, DivX, XVID, VOB, ASF) on all drives (harddrive, CD, DVD, removable) and encodes it to iPod. The free tryout version allows users to convert 3 minutes of all content and doesn't expire. Runs on Windows XP/2000/NT (no Mac version). The online download price is USD 32.95 (EUR 29.95). A free demo version is available.
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