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3herosoft iPod Movie Converter is a powerful and easy to use iPod Movie Converter tool which can convert video to iPod video and audio formats for iPod classic, iPod touch, iPod nano and iPhone. It supports iPod MPEG-4 video at 640 by 480 resolutions also.
3herosoft iPod Movie Converter can convert almost all popular video files including AVI, DivX, XviD, WMV, MPEG, MPG, DAT, RM, MOV, ASF, VOB, FLV and so on. It acts as a WMV to iPod Movie converter, AVI to iPod Movie converter, FLV to iPod Movie converter and so on.

3herosoft iPod Movie Converter has strong function of editing options, such as movie trimming, video and audio encoder settings, batch conversion and so on. The conversion will be finished in a few clicks, then you can put the converted video onto your iPod,iPhone for you to enjoy anywhere and anytime.

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Key Features:

1. Convert almost all videos to MPEG-4, MP3, WAV, M4A for playback on iPod;

2. Support convert between common video and audio formats;

3. Extract and convert the audio file from a video one;

4. Support the conversion of audio/video clips with customized starting point and length;

5. All Encoders and Decoders are built in;

6. Support preview function;

7. Support to adjust parameters of audio/video codecs;

8. Fastest Conversion Speed;

9. Support multi-threading and batch conversion;

10. Support to set different zooming modes for the output file;

11. Support to set different splitting modes for the output file;

12. Support to set the name of the output file;

13. Support to edit the ID3 tag;

14. Support to view the source file information;

15. Support multiple skins;

6. Support multiple languages such as simplified Chinese and English;

Museo Nacional de Colombia








Museo Nacional (Colombia), museo colombiano situado en Santafé de Bogotá. Fundado en 1823 para albergar la importante colección reunida por José Celestino Mutis durante la Real Expedición Botánica del Nuevo Reino de Granada, en 1946 se trasladó a su actual emplazamiento, el denominado Panóptico, antiguamente la penitenciaría más importante del país.
Consta de dos naves, que se cruzan en la parte central, y en sus tres pisos alberga más de 30.000 piezas, entre las que se incluyen armas, cajas fuertes antiguas, una colección numismática y colecciones de antropología, etnografía e historia (referidas a los periodos colonial y de la independencia). Además, en su interior se exhiben obras de grandes maestros contemporáneos del arte colombiano (Epifanio Garay, Gonzalo Ariza, Edgar Negret o Fernando Botero, entre otros). En el Museo se exhiben también valiosas piezas de las culturas chibcha, tairona, quimbaya, tierradentro, calima, tumaco y nariño, así como de los actuales grupos etnológicos del Amazonas, Orinoco, región andina y La Guajira.
Fuente: Enciclopedia Encarta 2.007