Need help with avi Mac pixelated

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I have a lot of videos in my iPod and I want to convert them that I will be able to use it in mac. Does anybody know from where to get a program like that? 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #135100

Need help with avi Mac pixelated


There is a software for converting IPod videos into a format that supports Mac OS. Please refer to the below information to get the software.

* Click on the below link and download the "iSquint" software for your Mac OS.

* Choose the specific Mac OS version of your system before preceding the download. You can choose it from the link located on the page.

* You are allowed to download the software for free from the above site. After the download install the program on your Mac OS.

* You can convert IPod videos into many formats with the help of the above software.

* There is much more advanced features within the software and you'll get tips for using the software from the download page.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #328425

Need help with avi Mac pixelated


If you want to transfer the videos on your iPod to your Macintosh computer, you can do it without using iCloud Photos by just using iTunes. To do this, first, make sure you have the latest iTunes installed. Download the latest iTunes and install to update the existing version. iTunes 12.5.1 or higher is required when importing photos to Mac.

Connect your iPod to your Mac using the USB cable that came with it. If you are using an SD card, insert it to the SD slot of your Mac or to a card reader. You might also need to unlock your iOS device with your passcode. When your iOS device prompts you to “Trust This Computer,” just tap “Trust” to continue.

Next, open the Photos app if it doesn’t open automatically. Here, the “Import” screen should appear automatically. If it doesn’t, go to the “Import” tab at the top of the app or click the iPod’s name in the sidebar. Select the items you want to import then click “Import Selected.” When it is finished, just disconnect your iPod from your Mac.

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