Monday, January 4, 2010

Remember Isaac Newton, watch FLV videos on your iPod/iTouch

Isaac Newton is a famous figure of science for centuries. It can be said he is the pioneer of contemporary physics. As a physicist, mathematician, astronomer, natural philosopher, alchemist and theologian, Isaac Newton had his life filled with legendary stories.

On the 367 anniversary of Isaac Newton’s birthday today, we are highly propelled to get to know this Supernova in science history and his magical life. By the convenience of the internet, we can easily download a number of FLV videos about Isaac Newton. And with a gadget like iPod/iTouch, you can easily carry the video to share on the go. Your friends and families would appreciate you for presenting them Newton’s amazing stories via videos. Children would love to watch videos about young Isaac Newton and this could engage them into the pursuit of their unique life. There is only one difficulty to overcome: how to convert the online FLV video to iPod/iTouch MP4 format?

If you don’t have a good iPod/iPhone converter at hand, Leawo iPod Converter can be the one you are looking for. Get Leawo iPod Converter before you start converting online FLV videos to iPod/iPhone MP4 format.

Why use Leawo iPod/iTouch Converter for iPod/iTouch MP4 conversion?

  1. It is easy to get started. Most functions are called up in one or two clicks. Whether you are professional or amateur, you can make good quality iPod/iTouch MP4 videos in no time.
  2. It converts fast. The program can convert video in 200%-300% real time.
  3. Complete video quality control. Users can adjust codec parameters to make any output from the smallest file size to the best playback quality.
  4. It consumes less memory. The program has a good management of memory consumption, thus runs steadily and smoothly.

Here is a complete guide on how to convert FLV videos to iPod/iTouch playback:

Step 1: launch Leawo iPod Converter and import the FLV video files.

Leawo iPod Video Converter

Leawo iPod Converter conveniently allows you to drag and drop the files for import.
You may preview and screenshot the video before you convert it.
Then organize the file order and rename the file as you like.

Step 2: apply an appropriate output profile and check the codec settings.
Leawo iPod Converter has preconfigured MP4 profiles for video output for iPod/iTouch. There are different profiles addressed to different screen resolution.

Leawo iPod Video Converter

Apart from the presets, users may find codec parameter settings very useful for self customization outputs. Advanced codec parameters include Bit Rate, Video Size and Frame Rate.

Leawo iPod Video Converter

Step 3: use video editor to customize the video as you like.
As part of Leawo iPod Video Converter, the video customization feature is a useful approach to help improve the display effect of the video.
Go to Effect tab to find adjustment controls of audiovisual effects.

Leawo iPod Video Converter

Go to Trim tab to split the video in millisecond precision.

Leawo iPod Video Converter

Go to Crop tab to cut the display size of the video.

Leawo iPod Video Converter

Go to Logo tab to apply an image as a watermark.

Leawo iPod Video Converter

Go to Text tab to insert a text as a watermark.

Leawo iPod Video Converter

Step 4, start the FLV to iPod/iTouch MP4 converting process.
Leawo iPod Converter can batch convert the video files on the standby list. You can easily keep track of the progress in the process monitor. If you need to get away for a moment, you can check "Shut down the computer" to let the program helm for you.

Leawo iPod Video Converter

Now, take a rest and turn your iPod/iTouch to video mode. I believe you must have now successfully converted any Isaac Newton videos you have to playback on iPod/iTouch. Have video conversion problem with your iPod/iTouch? Let Leawo iPod Converter help you through easy and fast.

First post in Leawo blog by Maky.

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