iPodME 2.2

March 13, 2009 at 2:41 pm 12 comments

Again, another iPodME update that fixes several issues and adds some features requested in the comments.

I’ve made some testing, and it seems multiple subtitles support is quite unreliable for now. Using only one subtitle file / video works fine though. I’m working on it, and I’m also searching a way to support multiple audio tracks in an elegant way (iPodME’s goal is to remain simple and straightforward while being as exhaustive as possible, which is quite a hard task).

– 13/03/09 – Version 2.2:
+ subtitles files are now automatically converted to UTF8 format (no more mp4box UTF8 errors)
+ added a “Fix aspect ratio” option which try to correct distorted videos aspect (use it only when needed)
+ added the possibility to specify the aspect ratio in the custom profile
= updated help
= minor source license modification
= fixed bug when input has .mp4 extension causing input and output file names to be identical
= temporary files are now cleaned correctly before shutting down the computer

iPodME 2.2 / Sources


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Quick iPodME update Final a1ctl version is coming

12 Comments Add your own

  • 1. ducki  |  March 20, 2009 at 1:58 pm

    Hi, Noda!
    Thank you for this awesome app, another converters are just crap in comparison with yours.
    But IMHO the icon isn’t good enough so I made another one.
    If you’re interested in this, please, email me.

  • 2. Barry General  |  March 31, 2009 at 11:42 am

    Your software looks great! The only thing is I can’t make it work and I’m sure it’s something I’m not doing. I downloaded the software, and extracted the files and actually got the icon on my screen. When I clicked on the icon I got the message “Failed to initialize”. I downloaded AviSynth and still can’t get it to work. HELP??

  • 3. Noda  |  April 1, 2009 at 7:42 am

    You need to install the .Net framework, version 2.0 at least (search on microsoft’s website or google for the download)

  • 4. DonA  |  April 4, 2009 at 1:18 pm

    Downloaded the program and seems to be working well. But, what is the “sources” file used for that is also there? Thanks

  • 5. ipod-media  |  May 2, 2009 at 9:15 am

    first of all, thanks for this wonderful program it works great !!
    I recomment it whenever someone ask me for a progam to encode for ipod devices.
    I just need to know if it´s posible to encode for PSP, maybe writting additional parameters ?
    Some programs do that in the same process, they encode in mp4 but for various devices, ipods and psp (sony).
    Thanks in advance and best regards

  • 6. Noda  |  May 12, 2009 at 10:55 am

    iPodME can’t produce mp4 for psp in its form fow, I was working on a pspME encoder but I have some difficulties with the psp/mp4 format cause it have some nasty limitations. I may release a beta, but it won’t support subtitles like iPodME…

  • 7. Naota  |  May 19, 2009 at 1:16 pm

    i was wondering if i did anything wrong. after i started up the program and converted a few of my videos, i wasnt able to start up my itunes, ad i also cant fid the files that the converted vids are on

  • 8. Gutto  |  May 20, 2009 at 7:19 pm

    How to put subtitles on converted videos? I can’t found subtitles option on 2.2 version.

  • 9. Naota  |  June 11, 2009 at 8:53 am

    i still cant get intoitunes. i tried uninstaling it reinstaling it and it wont even let me instal now…every thing i had with itunes is now shot and i cant even find the converted files… im sorry to bug you im sure it was probaby a mistake i made but i need alittle help knowing what happend and how to fix it

  • 10. Guille  |  June 21, 2009 at 9:02 pm

    great app!! it super easy to use!!! thanks a lot!! I’ve been looking something like this for a lot of time.

    One simple improvement: I’m from Argentina and we speak in spanish. When adding subtitles, some character are not added correctly, such as á é í ó ú ñ ¿ . It’s not imposible to understand the sub but improving that would be great, not just for spanish also for french, portuguese and a lot of other languages that use those simples characters.

    Again, thanks for this awesome app!!

  • 11. Anonymous  |  July 25, 2013 at 9:47 pm

    Excellent willing synthetic eye for fine detail and can foresee complications just before
    they will happen.


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