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Welcome to the home of Druid, DVR-MS to iPod and Zune transcoder!
New Release 12th March 2008 now available!
Druid is an easy to use conversion tool for Microsoft Media Center editions, including Vista. Simply select the TV recordings you wish to transcode from the checklist and click Convert now! What could be easier?
- iPod, iPhone, iTouch, Zune, PSP, X-Box, Pocket PC, Smart Phone and Nokia N-Series output.
- Transcoding scheduler
- Fast transcoding speed.
- Easy to use, single click user interface.
- Batch encoding.
- Supports Dual/Quad core processors.
- Auto delete DVR-MS files when done.
Download now and see for yourself.
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|Anonymous||Status bar||0||Jul 24 2008, 6:52 AM EDT by Anonymous|
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This app looks soooo promising - although I'm having similar problems to those of others, it seems to crash on multiple items and also I'm having problems playing the resultant file in Quicktime / on iPod.
It looks as though the last resoponse to this was back in March - could it be this hobby has cooled ?
Great potential !
|Anonymous||Video converts but ITUNES doesn't upload||0||Jun 13 2008, 12:05 AM EDT by Anonymous|
Thread started: Jun 13 2008, 12:05 AM EDT Watch
I have a 3rd generation IPOD Nano and I'm trying to convert Microsoft Recorded TV (DVR-MS format) to play on my IPOD. I can get Druid to convert to MPEG-4, but ITUNES won't recognize the format when I try to upload the video. I've successfully converted this type of video with other software (i.e. Videora, etc) and got ITUNES to load it as a movie, but the video and audio do not match up... it's horrible. The reviews on Druid are very positive and I'm excited that this might be the answer, but I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. I've tried all 3 IPOD settings available on Druid. Any suggestions?
Thanks for the help!
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|Anonymous||Difficulty using this program||3||Mar 31 2008, 4:22 AM EDT by Anonymous|
Thread started: Mar 17 2008, 6:53 AM EDT Watch
I installed the app but when I go into settings to set the proper directory path there is no done or ok button to get out of settings. I have to use ctrl alt del to end the druid 1.0 process. Its like the bottom half of the settings window is missing. Escape doesnt work either. Is this a bug in the new version. I have never used this program before. Thanks
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