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Geek Tip: Putting DVDs On Your iPhone

Now that I've transferred hundreds of songs to my new iPhone, I'm eager to have a few videos on it as well. If you scored an 8GB iPhone, you should be able to roughly store up to 12 hours of video, whereas a 4GB model can hold about 8 hours (this all depends on how much memory you have used up with songs and pictures, etc). With the iPhone's portability and bright, wide screen, having a few of your fave videoes to watch on the built-in video player is a must.

A new software program called DVD to iPhone will take any DVD and convert it to an iPhone friendly format. Featured on Popgadget, you can also use this software to convert recorded TV, downloaded YouTube content, or videos from your camcorder. It only runs on PCs with Windows XP, NT Vista or Windows 2000.

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Supermom Supermom 9 years
I will use this once I win the iphone that is being given away. :-)
lisett lisett 9 years
Why must I have verizon...
princess_eab princess_eab 9 years
We use HandBrake for our Treo and iPhone..... it's free and works great. I have the Harry Potter movies on my iPhone :)
Maru Maru 9 years
so cool that we can use it on Mac wait... I cant have an iPhone :'(
briggs313 briggs313 9 years
I don't trust any of that conversion stuff for ipods, etc. I can transfer music from one ipod to another without the use of an external program ... so there's got to be a way to do it for video!
Performita Performita 9 years
WTH!!! It works only on windoze? :o That is not fair Geek :P Here is the link for the software that will convert any video to iPhone compatible format - AND THIS ONE IS FOR MAC :D
sevendayrain sevendayrain 9 years
makes me want one so much more...
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