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I'm a long time user, first time actual poster on Instructables.com, so I'm kind of new to this.  As my first Instructable I really wanted to post something that was easy to do, as well as useful to have.  However, as things sometimes go with me, I got distracted by the "BlagoBlag" and fifteen minutes later I was instead looking at downloading various cartoons on my iPod Touch.

That's when I decided, for my first Instructable, I will weigh in with my personal take on how to easily download and convert internet episodes, and various media on an iPod Touch and iPhone in just a couple of simple steps.

Step 1: Materials

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This isn't really a step, but more of a preliminary check list. This should all be fairly obvious and very simple procedure. All you will need is:

1) Computer (with internet access, obviously)
2) iPod/iPhone (no need for explanation here)
3) iPod Touch/ iPhone connector cable
ChaconN9 days ago

If you would like to watch the movies on the built-in app on iPhone or iPad, the traditional way is: convert the movies to iPad suppoted format with some video converter; Open iTunes, sync movies with iTunes. The easier way is iTunes alternative - FonePaw iOS Transfer. Putting movies on iPad is fast without conversion.



MichelP124 days ago

I am a Mac user and always use Total Video Downloader for Mac to download online videos and movies and use a FREE video converter called Total Video Converter Lite to convert my video files to MP4 so taht I can watch them on my iphone. It is very useful and ao helpful.

Total Video Converter Lite support so many media formats: *.mod, *.tod, *.m2ts, *.evo, *.vro, *.mts, WMV, MKV, AVI, DivX, XviD, MPEG, MP4, QT, RM, RMVB, M2TS, M2T, MTS, FLV, MPEG, MPEG2 TS, ASF, 3GP, 3G2, GIF, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, H.264/PSP AVC Video, MOV, FLV, WAV, MP3, MP2, AAC, M4A, WMA, FLAC, AMR, AWB, OGG, MMF, AC3, AU.

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DelbyW3 months ago

Total Video Converter for Mac can batch convert movies for idevice! it is extremely fast and simple!

GytersolM3 months ago

I uesd Total Video Download for Mac to download videos with just one-click and convert these downloaded video files to ipod/iphone with a free video converter called total video converter lite.

Copy the video URL and play the video, you can use this App to download any online video easily and fast!

dombeef4 years ago
Adventure Time!
I hope you know that what you are doing is highly illegal. The converting process is legal, but even just watching those PIRATED shows/movies is illegal. There are very few websites that have legally posted movies/tv shows, and even those don't allow you to legally download the content. One of the few websites that lets you watch the content (and is completely legal) is Hulu.com. They make a deal with the film/broadcasting company to show the movie/show for free, and Hulu pays them to. The way Hulu gets money is through ads. With those pirated sites, you may as well just walk into a local video store, and steal a movie. I suggest to anyone reading this instructable to not watch pirated content.
SHIFT! (author)  guitarmonk155 years ago
Meh, as much as I would like to stay here and debate with you the reasons why "illegal piracy" is completely subjective and the laws enforcing said "illegalities" are ill-defined, I'm too lazy so I won't. Besides, my main reason for posting this Instructable was just to show how one could download a video, ANY video, on your iPod or iPhone. But thanks for your comment.
It's actually pretty clear cut - if you didn't pay for it (buy, rent, watch the ads, get from a friend, etc.) then it's illegal (about 99.999999999999999999999% of the time)
junits155 years ago
ahhh vista it burns.....get 7 10Xbetter
SHIFT! (author)  junits155 years ago
Yeah, I really need 7. I'm tired of getting mad at my computer when it's actually just the horrible OS.
junits15 SHIFT!5 years ago
lol, I hear you, I had vista and NOTHING used to work! Now I upgraded to windows 7 pro and my computer is faster than ever and I'm using 50% of the RAM versus 80-90% on vista