Roxio intros Popcorn 2 with iPod support | iLounge News


Roxio intros Popcorn 2 with iPod support


Roxio has announced the release of Popcorn 2, a new version of its Mac-only DVD burning application. Popcorn 2 adds the ability to convert and transfer video to the fifth-generation iPod, Sony PSP and select mobile phones. The $50 software allows users to create portable-compatible versions of all popular video formats including non-protected DVD-Video, QuickTime movies, MPEG files, iMovie projects and more. Roxio said Popcorn 2 includes predefined settings optimized for standard or high-quality video output, or users can tweak their own DivX, MPEG4, or H.264 levels for bit rate, frame rate, and image size.

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This update might be able to condense my 3 most used conversion apps to just 1.  It appears to do the same work that Handbrake & iSwipe do.  A $30 upgrade price doesn’t seem to bad either.

Posted by LilAlienD on April 12, 2006 at 11:31 AM (CDT)

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