[QUOTE=maineman;2184524]The OP’s problem has nothing to do with “Apple encryption”.
He is ripping from the original disney dvds. He said nothing about acquiring these from the iTunes store. I doubt that Sleeping Beauty is available from iTunes as a purchase.
Your second post has even less to do with the OP’s topic…if that’s possible…
Frankly, I’m surprised you haven’t totally hijacked the thread and tried to plug one of your “legendary” Feature Requests.
I agree with zapt. Chances are you have exceeded one or more of the parameters for playback on your ipod.
The bitrate is probably your lead suspect as zapt suggested.
The upper limit of ipod mpeg-4 profile is 2500 kbps…this relates to an actual limitation of 230,400 pixels.
For h264 profiles, the numbers are:
768 kbps and
76,800 pixels, respectively.
I have this movie. I did try a couple of chapters and had no problems with playback on my ipod (30GB, 5th gen)
If you could post back with a screenshot of your profile and settings, I’ll try to convert it and see if I can reproduce your errors. I’m pretty booked up with work today, but I’ll be around later this eve and tomorrow.
Hope this helps.[/QUOTE]
I quoted Ting and, not the OP. He said’s that iTunes is having trouble
processing info because quite frankly its not an iTunes purchased file
and, it has .mp4 extension which is developed by apple.
and, iTunes if you didn’t know, accepts any WMV/AVI
because there Microsoft file, iTunes accepts as blunt as kindergarten scissors because it’s Microsoft patented not APPLE. If you create a software that creates files for Apple…you are gonna bust your balls for it.
Because Apple is so sophisticated on what it creates it can recognize
Bootlegged video files created by other software. Because Apple
the created mp4 file has absolutely no info tags regarding your iTunes store information. And, the software accesses the registry to alerts iTunes
when the video created from apple and, then if iTunes recognizes
data tags that look like none sense incoherent technical jargon
iTunes either crashes or, closes. Or, nothing happens. Apple creates
solid stable eyecandy products material that last a lifetime.
Alot of effort was put into it. And, if iTunes uses all the resources to
play a simple video file from there store and, I have installed approx
12 GB of RAM that does even come in an brand new computer.
And, average people buy $800 PC new and, this is what they get.
I CAN GUARANTEE YOU that Apple.com ARE NOT [U]EVEN [/U]USING WINDOWS AT ALL!!!.. a SUPER COMPUTER! w/a 512 bit windows platform environment OS I never heard off.