New to Ipod. please help to import DVD film

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    Hi,

    Sorry. I am too new to Ipod ( the classic one )

    Could you please teach me how to put some DVD film to my Ipod? So I can enjoy the film when I am on the bus to my work.

    My laptop: Window Vista
    the latest Itune
    No burning Program such as : Nero....

    Note: I have NO problem with import songs from my CDs to the playlist

    I am looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks

    Regards

    Julio
     
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    Thank you very much for your help.

    I did read the FAQ for any problem happening when using or installing the software.

    It should need nero. I was wondering if you could show the link for free Nero

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    There is nothing as of yet I think for videos on non-Touch iPods in the FAQ. Which will be rectified, as time allows
     
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    I used a software called ******** video converter, it converts to any ipod or video type, its quite easy to use and as I said it does multiple formats as well
     

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