"Roos'" <email@hidden> asks:
>I tried getting quicktime movies onto new iPod (video) and keep getting errors stating that the video was not copied to the iPod because it was not in a supported format. (it was a .mov file)
>Hoping this was the remedy for this problem, I purchased a QuickTime Pro key so I could re-size files to be viewed on the iPod. Now I can get the movie to the iPod, but it has no sound... No sound when played on the Mac or the iPod.
>What is going wrong? I open a file in QuickTime Player, then choose Export from the File menu. I select "Movie to iPod (320x240)" and Save. Each movie I have tried this with gets the sound stripped from the file. Why is this?
Might it be that your source is Muxed as in MPEG-1 or 2?
Handbrake is very good for this kind of source and is free. One you have it in a multi-track format, use Digigami's free Movies to Go 0.92 and you're done.
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