Scoreless Tie

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Wednesday, January 11, 2006
Enough with the itunes crap. (Solved the problem by installing from CD on another computer and not updating). On to pointless meanderings. For some reason, I thought of the movie "Omega Man." Turns out that Richard Matheson (Montco PA lib listing) has written quite a bit for movies and tv. It looks like I'll have to get I Am Legend from the Chester County Lib, since it's missing from Norristown.

Tuesday, January 10, 2006
itunes still doesn't work. Here are a couple more links, but they don't look that useful:
itunes for windows in ilounge
a seemingly unrelated problem on
ipod garage forums - no help here, but maybe ask the question later. has a whole list of itunes problems with Win XP.

Monday, January 09, 2006

itunes problems

Now itunes won't work. This cnet digital music forum entry has some info on quicktime problems with itunes. Manual removal - this is what I am afraid of. Digital Media Annoyance Solutions doesn't help me, but it's interesting.
It seems like there are a number of problems with itunes for Windows, at least on Win XP. I hope I don't have to wait for the next version.

The 3 best links for instructions on converting video to the ipod.

hack a day for using the videora converter, but not using videora
divx digest instructions on using 3GP - 3GP download link
cucusoft instructions

Try these first, if you have to pay, PQ DVD seems like it's about the best.

Saturday, January 07, 2006

Friday, January 06, 2006
Sleepyhead just bought an ipod video, but isn't sure how to get videos onto the ipod. Videora ipod converter is a conversion program that can help if you have MPEG or AVI video. When used with Videora you can automatically download and update your ipod video with content. Time to head off to The Pirate Bay to get Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie .

For another option for ipod video, check out veoh networks, complete with ipod integration.

Saturday update at the Horsham Library. Convert .avi to iPod video using 3GP Converter gives a tutorial. Here is a search of stumbleupon that I can use later to get some feedback and ask some questions if need be. Here is a shareware site with ipod conversion programs.

Have great weekend, folks. (Yeah, like anyone reads this blog).

This freeware index/directory has nothing to do with ipod video, but I want to look at it later.