To be able to watch your favorite videos in media players like iPod, Sony PSP, Zune, mobile phones and many others, you need to shrink them into a size that’s small enough for the above mentioned media players to handle. There are a many ways you can do this, but the fastest and I think the best way is with Instant Video To-Go. This little thing of magic looks like a USB flash drive, and shrinks files much faster than software alone can do. Using the hardware/software combo, you can speed up the time it takes to compress the video by about 15 times. By the company’s estimates, a 100- minute two-gigabyte video in the MPEG2 format that would take around five hours to shrink down with software alone takes only 20 minutes to be transformed into the high-quality H.264 MPEG4 video used bymany portables.