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DVD Flick Perian - The swiss-army knife of QuickTime® components :: About InfraRecorder Downloads InfraRecorder is free software released under GPL version 3. Download version 0.53 for Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 (3.96 MiB). Note: The InfraRecorder installation package does not include the plug-in needed to encode MP3-files due to patent license restrictions. All download options: Installer (Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, 3.96 MiB)Installer (x64 version, 3.96 MiB)Zip archive (portable version, 4.54 MiB)Zip archive (portable x64 version, 4.25 MiB) What’s New You can find a list of changes in the changelog. Sources The full InfraRecorder source code is available at the InfraRecorder Git repository. Translations You may download translations (that may not yet be included in the installation package) separately from here (Unicode translations only). Checksums

Importing a DVD to iTunes We all have reasons for importing our DVDs onto our Mac. Whether it is to preserve the movie if the original DVD gets scratched, or to have the ability to carry your movie collection in a digital format. For the duration of this tutorial I will be using my Ice Age DVD (a great movie by the way!) This step by step guide will teach you how to use the power of HandBrake to rip your DVD’s so that they show up in iTunes, as well as on your iPod/iPhone device! Background Information iTunes Format Apple has allowed iTunes to read only one video format – MPEG-4 (.mp4, .m4v). For those of you that have ripped your DVD’s in .avi format, you can also use HandBrake to convert them. Copyright Be careful! How to Import Into iTunes Now for the tutorial, this is a step by step guide of how to import a video into iTunes. Step 1: Setting up the Rip First, put your DVD into the optical drive of your Mac. Once this has happened, open up HandBrake. Open Step 2: Ripping The Main Window Previewing Your Video iTunes Info

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