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Hi, I would love to submit a video or 2, e, 4, or maybe even 5 for the Amazing Grace project. I don't have any idea how I would make a video with my iPad then convert it to a MP4 file. Would any of you be able to tell me hiw I might accomplish this? Thanks in advance for any help you could give.
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I use Handbrake to convert my video files. The only down side is it's quite complicated to use. Very powerful though.
I use VLC media player for any conversions - or for actually listening to / watching the files. Handbrake looks similar (I don't know for sure).
There must be others still... lots of solutions around to convert your files.
I found these things a lot easier on XP. Ditto for disc ripping/writing.
When it became Win 6 or whatever replaced XP, none of the old free software would work, so I lost interest. Every now and then I go back onto my XP machine offline to convert a Youtube mp4 to an audio file, but it's more trouble than it's worth.
I have Cremona SV-175 but its string are broken and I don't know how to repair them, I have that through (link removed by Mouse, Admin) and now I'm looking to get the new, please suggest me which should i buy Stentor Student I or Cecilio CVN-500?
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