This is a personal project. I just got a new Ipod Tough 32 GB a couple weeks ago and don't know much about it. I have purchased 3 video series from PrepLogic and would like them to be converted to something my Ipod touch can play. They are in shockwave SWF format. In total I have approximately 60 files consisting of 230ish MB in the first video series. They consist of video and audio and I need to make sure everything syncs together correctly. If this works well, I will want you to do the other 2 series as well. Attached are a couple of the video files. I want you to see if you can convert these and test them yourself (or throw on some DEMO thing on it so I can test it). I'll put all the videos online when I choose a bidder. Please note: Not all of the SWFs need to be single video files in the end. If possible I'd like to join some of the SWFs into a single video file. Please let me know if you have experience and the time frame it'd take you to do approximately 60 files.
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Ipod Touch 32GB video format