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Watch video and BBC iPlayer content on the move

Transfer video content to your portable device

3. Your video will be listed in the main window. Double-click its filename to preview its content. Underneath the preview window there are buttons for pause, rewind and fast-forward, as well as functions for trimming the start and end of a clip. Use these to chop off the adverts or anything else you don't need.

Any-Video Converter: Step 3

4. When you're happy with your video, tick the box next to its filename and select the correct format for your portable device from the drop-down menu above the preview screen. We chose WMV for the Nokia N96. Note that some file formats are customisable in terms of resolution, codec and bitrate.

Any-Video Converter: Step 4

5. Now press the Encode button next to Add Video. A green bar will appear beside the video's file name in the main window, showing its status during the encoding process. When the process has finished, right-click the filename and select ‘Open file location'. This will display the location of the file in a window.

Any-Video Converter: Step 5

6. Connect your portable player or mobile handset to the PC using the USB cable that was bundled with it. Go to My Computer and open the device, then simply drag-and-drop the video file across. Disconnect the device and the video will be stored on it, ready to be viewed.

Any-Video Converter: Step 6

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