Monday, April 27, 2009

How to put WMV to iPod with Leawo iPod Converter?

In this blog, I want to talk something about WMV to iPod. I think this topic will interest you, especially when you have an iPod. Follow me, please!

What is WMV?
The Windows Media Video codec (.WMV) is a subset of Microsoft's Advanced Systems Format (ASF) container format. WMV files can be played by players such as MPlayer or Windows Media Player, the latter being only available for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh systems. WMV is a closed source, propriety codec that cannot be manipulated. It is not suggested for editing.

What is iPod?
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 the thousand 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. The 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.

How to convert WMV to iPod?
Is there a free software program for me to convert the WMV format to iPod and then get my own videos onto my iPod? Definitely, the Leawo Free iPod Converter is of great help! Leawo Free iPod Converter is a clean and free video to iPod Converter which can convert videos to iPod video formats and let you enjoy music and video on iPod player. It supports to convert videos of any format to MP4 video for playback on iPod.

Here are the easiest steps: Drag and drop your WMVs into the program or double click the file name to have a preview; Choose "iPod Moive (*.mp4)" in "Style" and then click "Convert" in lower right corner, and OVER!

Okay, from my experience, this Leawo Free iPod converter is a handy and powerful tool, thus I exactly want to recommend it to you! Why not?

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