You download a video from a web site, try to play it — and the file format is not supported. If you own an iPad, iPod, iPhone or Apple TV, (s AAPL) you’ve probably run into this problem. Luckily, there’s an easy fix, as you can see in this week’s Cord Cutters quick tip.
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Show notes for this episode:
- The Miro Video Converter is available for free for Windows and OS X.
- Check our article 5 Ways to Convert Your Video Files if you want to tweak conversion settings or automatically sync your files.
- Miro will soon release an update to its desktop video player that also features advanced synching and conversion. Check here for a first preview.
What applications have you been using to convert videos for iOS devices? Let us know in the comments! You can also get in touch with us on Twitter (@cordcutters) or email us at cordcutters @ gigaom.com.