[thelist] Inserting m1v into web page?

Mark Cheng mark.cheng at ranger.com.au
Fri Jun 29 00:31:59 CDT 2001

A quick progress report - unfortunately I still haven't found the answer so
further help would be appreciated.  I'm off to download and try quicktime



>The "Rad Video Tools" program is a wonderful free program that can
>convert video files with many
>It s really very easy to use. Here is a tutorial to convert video files:

I downloaded this and tried it, but I got an error - I checked the FAQ and
it said that you couldn't use a MPEG file as input.  is M1V an MPEG format?
Thanks for the tip anyway -this looks like a really useful piece of

 really like Media Cleaner Pro by Terran. I can batch-save movies to a
couple of
different formats, like MOV, AVI, RealPlayer and so on.


There's a demo version, but I don't know if it's crippled or not.

I downloaded the demo - 31MB!  and was really unhappy when I installed it
and ended up with a blue screen of death.  May be just the ancient w95
computer I'm using.  Oh well - life goes on.

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