Convert video for your iPad on Mac



Now the new iPad is a much better device to videos on than any previou
version of the iPod and iPhone, there are many people curious about ho
to get their video files into a format that the iPad can play. Well
there are a number of ways to do this, this step-by-step guide will tel
you how to get different video files onto iPad by taking iFunia iPa
Video Converter for an example.

Step1. Add video to iPad Video Converter
Download iFunia iPad Video Converter for Mac and run the program, clic
Add…button to select and open the video file you wish to convert. iFuni
iPad Video Converter supports most of the popular video formats, so yo
can easily convert AVI to iPad, MKV to iPad, and even HD video format
like AVCHD M2TS MTS to iPad format.

Step2. Select iPad preset from output format list
In the Destination-Setup section of the interface, choose the righ
preset for your iPad device in the Convert-to drop-down menu. There ar
many options when you're converting your videos for your iPad
Obviously, the better the quality, the larger the file size. Ultimatel
it's a personal decision everyone has to make on what's more important
space on your iPad or audio/video quality. Personally, I prefer to stic
with the default profile because the good quality video and audio ar
given. You just have to pick and choose which profile you want to kee
on your iPad. Play around and see which results you like best.

Step3. Hit Start to iPad video conversion on OS X
Bingo! That’s it! When the conversion is done you can transfer the vide
to your iPad via iTunes and enjoy it comfortably on a cozy sofa!

This professional iPad Video Converter for Mac is specially design fo
Apple iPad, aiming to enable iPad users an exquisite experience o
viewing video entertainment on your iPad’s largescreen. If you fin
yourself saving and converting video on a regular basis, then spend
few bucks and get the software

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