what dvd to ipod freeware would you recommend?

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  1. waikru

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    hi guys, is there a mac-based dvd to ipod software you would recommend? thanks.
     
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    Just a friendly reminder, please use the search function, this has been extensively discussed in the iPodders section.
     
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    Try using Handbrake
     
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    Yeah use the search function. But iSquint is good. :)
     
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    iSquint does the job. Of course if you can shell out a little money, Visual Hub is the best. :)
     
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    sorry about that kentamayo. thanks for the help guys. i opted for handbrake.
     
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    iSquint, Handbrake and VisualHub

    DVD to iPod Converter (shareware)
     
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    iSquint does the job for me :)
     

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