iPod Video story featuring yours truly

I was interviewed for Julio Ojeda-Zapata’s Pioneer Press story today about video iPods and conversion. Here’s the best part of the story, a full rundown of converters and content sites:

Video to iPod: software and tutorials
Video conversions: Apple QuickTime (http://www.apple.com/quicktime/tutorials), Videora (http://www. videora.com), PSP Video 9 for Windows (http://www.pspvideo9. com), Crazi Video (http://www. riverpast.com), Podner for Mac (http://www.splasm.com), ffmpegX for Mac (http://homepage.mac. com/major4)

DVD conversions: Pocket DVD Studio (http://www.pqdvd.com), HandBrake (http://HandBrake. m0k.org), Pocket DVD Wizard (http://www.pocket-dvd-wizard.com), Video Vault (http://www.divmm.com), Super DVD to iPod Converter (http://www.lenogo.com)

TV-show transfers: MyTV ToGo (http://www.mytvtogo.com), EyeTV for Mac (http://www.elgato. com), TiVo (http://www.tivo.com), TVHarmony AutoPilot (http://www.tvharmony.com/main/products.php)

Video downloads (parents, monitor use by kids because not all content is family fare): Apple iTunes video podcasts (http://www.apple.com/itunes/podcasts), Minnesota Stories (http://www.mnstories.com), http://Guba (www.guba.com), iVideoBlast.com (http://www.ivideoblast.com), Blinx (http://www.blinx.tv), Vodcasts TV (http://www.vodcasts.tv), Heavy (http://www.heavy.com), Despair Inc. (http://www.despair.com/spin.html), Yahoo Video Search (http://www.ysearchblog.com/archives/000202.html).

UPDATE: I just found this guide from PodGuide.tv that has can’t-miss videocast feeds — Ten Essentials for your video iPod