» Monday 16 September 2013 at 12:56:
It didn't took much time before I received the first emails. Indeed version 2.16 of Movies2iPhone (freshly released this morning) had a bug preventing any conversion.
Thanks to your emails I was notified early and was able to deliver a fix quickly.
Movies2iPhone 2.18 is online and fixes the problem.
For those of you who already downloaded 2.16, simply download and install Movies2iPhone 2.18. Everything should get back to normal.
» Monday 16 September 2013 at 09:54:
As Apple unveiled in its latest keynote (the 10th of September), the new iPhones 5c and 5s will be available as pre-order on the 13th and 20th of September (respectively).
I'm thus releasing a new version of Movies2iPhone supporting the iPhones 5c and 5s.
This new version also adds support for 2 new languages: Finnish and Greek.
Great thanks to the contributors!
downloads and counting
The iPhones, iPods and iPads are wonderful devices. However when it comes to play videos they turn out to be very picky.
Indeed, these Apple products only accept to play movies encoded in a very specific format: the so called mp4 format.
Movies2iPhone converts any video (Divx, Xvid, avi, mpeg, wmv, asf, mov, vob, flv (flash), 3gp, mkv, etc...) to a format optimized for your iPhone, iPod or iPad.
It is extremely easy to use, free for non-commercial use and does NOT require your iPhone/iPod/iPad to be "JailBroken".
Movies2iPhone currently runs under Windows Xp, Vista, Seven (32 & 64 bits) and Mac OSX Leopard (10.5), Snow Leopard (10.6), Lion (10.7) and Mountain Lion (10.8).
Movies2iPhone currently support the following iDevices:
Movies2iPhone uses FFmpeg.
FFmpeg is a fantastic command line program that can record, convert and stream digital audio and video in a wide range of formats.
In particular, it can convert most video format in the mp4 format. A video format compatible with the iPhone, iPod and iPad.
But since it is command line driven and uses an enormous amount of configuration parameters, it is prety hard to use.
Movies2iPhone acts as a front end for FFmpeg, it creates an easy to use graphical interface for FFmpeg, dedictated to one single task: Converting videos to the iPhone/iPod/iPad format.
FFmpeg is a trademark of Fabrice Bellard, originator of the FFmpeg project.
FFmpeg is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).
Movies2iPhone is not associated with the FFmpeg project.
Movies2iPhone also uses MP4Box to handle subtitles.
MP4Box is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).
Movies2iPhone is not associated with the MP4Box project.
Here are two tutorials that I have written to help you make successful conversions:
Feel free to contact me.
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