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Old November 11 2008, 10:44 PM   #1
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Video Conversion Rates

I recently purchased some software to convert DVD (and other video content) to iPod/iPhone-compatible format and I wanted to know if anybody knows what the typical video bit rate is for most iTunes videos so that I can convert my videos to be of a similar quality? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!?
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Re: Video Conversion Rates

I'm no expert on this sort of thing. Looking at the few TV episodes I've bought from the iTunes store, they've a total bit rate of 1550-1600kbps. Hope that helps! I suppose for an iPod you can get away with less?
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