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MacProVideo Offers Video Training App for iPhone

MacProVideo, a company that is dedicated to producing and distributing training videos for Mac, is to release an application via the iPhone App Store. The application will allow users to watch MacProVideo’s Mac video tutorials on an iPhone or an iPod Touch.

It also uploaded it’s N.E.D. application for Mac OS X, adding a new “Devices” area to sync videos to your iPhone. The application will also remember your library state and playback position, searching has been tuned up a bit and there is the ability to ratings and notes to content.

N.E.D. 3.1 can be download free from MacProVideo’s website. The application for iPhone is not available just yet, as it is waiting for approval from the App Store.

Source: Afterdawn.com

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Few Steps for iPhone Video Conversion

Video on devices like the iPod, iTouch and iPhone look great because of their MPEG-4 H.264 format. The good news is that there are tons of videos that you can purchase from the iTunes store, but the bad news is that you’ll go broke in a hurry downloading everything you want. Sure, some of the videos aren’t much ($1.99 each), but the numbers add up really quickly.

Thankfully, there are a slew of sites and software packages that will allow you to convert just about any video format to the H.264 mp4 format that Apple devices require. Here are the best solutions for converting videos online as well as off. Some will convert any video you have on your local computer while others will only convert videos that you find online. In any case, you will wind up with a video file in the correct format for your Apple or other mobile device.

The various online video convertors are ConvertTube, VideoDownloader, Movavi Online Convert, Videora,Free Studio Manager, Any Video Converter etc.

After converting all your videos to the appropriate video format for your iPhone, you’ll need to store them on your computer in the right place so that iTunes can do its job and copy the videos to your device. The best thing to do is create a new folder on your system called, for example, iPhone Videos, and copy the newly converted videos to that folder. You can also get into the habit of converting new videos straight to that folder to save steps and time later on.

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Apple iPhone 3G vs RIM BlackBerry Storm Mobile

A mobile phone review balancing the Apple iPhone 3G and RIM BlackBerry Storm in the easiest terms. The two smartphones are the hottest devices on the market.

Which smartphone is better? Our Apple iPhone 3G vs RIM BlackBerry Storm is based on simple everyday features for mobile phone users. Both phones have their pros and cons. One mobile device does not truly win over the other.

The smartphones are nearly alike as a multimedia phone. They both have breathtaking audio, video, photos, games, and include applications. Both have multi-touch screen capabilities.

The Internet portion of the phones is different. The BlackBerry Storm includes additional mobile applications such as Lotus Notes and Novell GroupWise. Each phone runs on a different mobile operating system.

The two smartphones have an Internet Web browser, personal e-mail, and Exchange. However, the Apple iPhone has Wi-Fi connectivity which the BlackBerry Storm lacks.

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