SpeedEase Video Switch supports converting almost all kinds of video to the format that is playable on your mobile devices. There are also quality presets designed for different kinds of devices. If you have an iPod and want to enjoy some downloaded FLV videos from video sharing websites, you should definitely use SpeedEase Video Switch to work things out.
Launch SpeedEase Video Switch. There are two options at start. Choose "Convert audio/video (previously downloaded) from file" mode (If you want to download videos from YouTube, choose "Download video from YouTube").
Click "Add Video..." button to input FLV files from your computer to the task list. Use the "Delete" button or "Clear" button to remove the unwanted files. Click "Move Up" or "Move Down" button or by drag the listed files to queue the added FLV files to meet your demands. You can also click "Play" button to play the selected file with the media player in your system.
Click "Select..." button to choose an output folder to backup the output files. Click "Devices" tab to choose "To iPod" as an output format (Another 2 tabs: "Video" & "Audio" are also available to choose). For specific needs, you can adjust the output quality with the well-configured presets for every format in the "Preset" dropdown list . Then, click "Convert" to start conversion.
After you hit "Convert", some conversion information and a progress bar will be displayed within just few seconds, like the duration, status and progress of the conversion. The post-process options can be chose to play a sound or shutdown the computer when the conversion is finished.
When the progress is completed, a brief report about the conversion will be displayed. If needed, click "Open folder" to directly open the output folder to get the converted video files.