October 12, 2005

New iMac, new Video iPod, new iApps

updated
Over Apple's iPod site:
Yes the new iPod arrived, and it does video, with a realtime decodeing of MPEG4 and H.264 with 260'000 colors. Prices like usual, the 60GB version for $399. iTunes 6 got released too, looks very sleek to me and you can choose to download from 2000 video clips and even some TV shows, for now only Disney and ABC (Lost, Desperate Housewifes). I didn't download a show yet, but $1.99 seems fair to me, comes down to what a DVD-Set would cost. Oh yeah, a new iMac is out too, with a pretty cool show (-off to your friends) function that lets you control (remotely) the iApps, nice! And iSight is built right in.

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  4. The Ultimate Guide to video iPod

    Alright. So after all that hype about having a practical way of watching TV and movies while on the go, you have finally gone and bought yourself the new iPod. Now what?

    Well, let�s see. There are so many options squeezed into one slim, 2.5� LCD screen media center that it�s going to take a lot of time going over each one of them. So let�s do take it one at a time, shall we? This guide is going to take over all the options you�ve got and how to convert absolutely anything and everything � DVDs, TiVo video, messy AVIs, muxed MPEGs and more to iPod compatible video � all within OS X. And along the way, we�ll teach you a couple of video iPod

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