There are certain music formats that iTunes and iOS devices can’t play, this does not mean that it can not be converted into a format that it can play. This article will go through a couple of different ways of converting the music so you can sync it, as well as the best methods and audio formats for retaining the quality of the music file.
I’ve tried a lot of different ways to get all my TV Shows and Movies into iTunes, on both Windows and Mac. And there are a lot of different programs that can do it, or at least say that they can. But there are a few that stand out, and in this review I’m going to tell you about iFlicks; my favourite app that I use to convert all my media into iTunes.
Perian had a goal to become the Swiss army knife of video codecs for QuickTime; even though the developers have stopped developing it, saying they attained their goal, it is still a great plugin that I use everyday. With Perian installed, you should be able to play everything from DivX/AC3 to FLV to VBR/MP3. Personally however, I don’t use Perian to play video, I use it to help convert my videos to iTunes.
So you have some movies and TV shows you’d like to watch on your Apple TV or sync with your iOS devices. You’ve already converted the video to an iTunes friendly format and placed it in your iTunes library. However it doesn’t have the artwork applied that is needed to make it look all pretty. Well, I’ve got a pretty nifty tip to get that artwork.