I was wondering if anybody has used any of these and if so, what their experience is w/ it.

Zamzar - http://zamzar.com/ (online file conversion)

Winclone - http://www.twocanoes.com/winclone/ (netbooting mac w/ bootcamp)

Hyperstudio 5.0 (new version)

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Zamzar is good for converting youtube videos or translating files mac>pc (or vice versa)

Here's an illustration of how it works:
I agree on Zamzar--it's a useful little tool for converting videos. Easy to use, also!
I use Zamzar the same way. I use it to download files from YouTube and TeacherTube to play directly from my hard drive at school. I was a huge fan of HyperStudio and HyperLogo until it was unsupported under OS X Intel machines. I ended up moving on to MediaBlender, so I have not upgraded to version 5.0. Let me know how you like it if you upgrade.
If you're on the mac I really like the free app Tube TV. I use it over Zamzar for ease of use and one step downloading.
Hi David,
I have used Zamzar successfully converting very short (15 - 30 sec.) Quicktime video files to mpeg. Great that you don't need to download software, but limited by upload speed. You've probably forgotten about this post - I just noticed the date!
Best regards, Britt Gow



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