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Re: VLC for iPhone Falls Short of the Desktop Media Marvel
Posted by: Paul Hartsock 2010-10-28 18:04:20
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iPhones and iPods are notoriously picky eaters when it comes to feeding them video files. They'll chow down on movies and TV shows downloaded directly from iTunes, of course. But if you want to use the iPod app to view any other video from any other source, you may have to run it through a conversion program in order to transform it into an MP4 file. Depending on the converter, the size of the file and how fast your computer can shovel data, that could take anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours.

VLC for iPad
Posted by: dihatten 2010-11-01 20:06:30 In reply to: Paul Hartsock
VLC is worth it for one reason: it plays the WMV attachments on emails. Seamlessly.
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