Supported iPod Touch Video Formats
A major reason that the iPod Touch has become one of the most popular devices of our generation is its ability to play music and videos, and a good battery. Of course, there are many media players that may be necessary to do the same, but the iPod touch offers high quality picture and sound quality too. In addition, the video is just one of those things that are flexible iPod touch can do.
You may have heard the applications and Video Converter. If you want to play any video you have in your iPod touch. You must use this application called Videora. This application allows you to convert all video formats. Any conflict with formats like XviD, AVI, DivX, FLV, VOB, etc., can convert MP4 or H.264 with this application. Even entire DVD can be copied into a format compatible with video iPods.
Once you download this free software you can use a normal mode or in sleep mode to add a video to convert. Click on a convertible and the job is done. Just download the video from iTunes to iPod touch, and you should see it. So now the entire video collection can be made compatible with the iPod touch quickly and securely.
It can be really excited to play with thousands of videos you have on your computer to the iPod Touch but it has a little problem here. The device, such as the PSP does not support all video formats. At this time,iPod touch just officially supports MP4 and H.264 video formats only. Other popular formats like. Wma or the MPEG video files are not supported.
Here is a more detailed overview of video formats on your iTouch will be responsible for:
- H.264 video in a 640×480 resolution, at 30 fps and up to 1.5 mbps. Versions of the h.264 baseline profile having AAC-LC audio in .mp4, .m4v and .mov formats.
- H.264 video, in a 640×480 resolution, at 30 fps and up to 2.5 mbps. Baseline profile up to level 3.0 with AAC-LC audio in .m4v, .mov and .mp4 formats.
- MP4 video, in a 640×480 resolution, at 30 fps up to 2.5 mbps with simple profile in various formats.