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How to Convert AVI to iPad (Windows)

2013-06-07 18:15:27 / Updated by to How to iPad
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Everybody knows that iPad is a line of tablet computers designed and marketed by Apple Inc. It is such an interesting gadget that you can gain a lot of fun from it. One of the most appealing entertainments in iPad is viewing videos because iPad has a high-resolution touch-screen display. Unfortunately, iPad only supports video in MOV, MP4 and M4V encoding with MPEG-4 or H.264. What about AVI videos? When facing such an annoying problem, what should you do? Well, here is an easy solution for you – by means of iPad video converter.
iPad Video Converter Ultimate is a trustworthy and time-saving program. It supports both H.264 and MPEG-4 codecs. What's more, the program also supports popular formats such as WMV, MP4, MKV, MOV, M4V, FLV and more. Now free download the trial and follow the guide below to learn how to convert AVI to iPad.
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Tutorial: How to Convert AVI Videos to iPad on Windows ?


• Step 1: Import AVI video to the converter
Launch this program, and import your AVI files by clicking the add-icon button, or directly drag them into the program window. This program supports batch converting mode, so you can add multiple files at one time.
After you import the AVI files, you can clearly know the information of your source videos, including format, resolution, file size, etc. Click on the Text or Speaker icon, you can choose or add your favorite subtitles and audio track to the output file.
import-avi-videos

• Step 2: Customize output settings
Click the "Output Format" button to pop up the output format window, in which you need to choose your profile as MP4, M4V or MOV; and define the detail setting for the profile according to iPad's tech spec. From the Apple site, you can get the details about the video format supported by iPad: H.264 video up to 1080p, 30 frames per second, High Profile level 4.1 with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats.
Of course, you can directly choose the optimized preset provided by this app. Just go to "Apple" > "iPad" as the output format.
apple-output

• Step 3: Personalize your videos (Optional)
On condition that you want to crop the black bar, remove some segments out of your AVI video, video converter's imbedded editing feature can help you greatly. To access the edit window, just click Edit besides each video title, and all common editing functions are available. See the below screenshot, and you'll find that a real-time preview window is offered to make sure everything goes as you like.
output-preview

• Step 4: Start to convert AVI to iPad now
When you have finished above steps, just hit "Convert" to convert your AVI file for playback on iPad. Boosted with LEADING APEXTRANS™ TECHNOLOGY, Video Converter converts 30X faster with ZERO quality loss. When finished, it will pop up a notice window and you can click "Open Folder" to fast locate the converted files. Then open iTunes to sync these new videos to your iPad.

Note: To save your time for syncing to iPad, this program allows automatically adding to iTunes after conversion. To do it, just go to the menu bar in the upper right corner, click "Preference" and then check out the option. Afterwards, your iTunes will be automatically launched when conversion completed, and all your converted files are just there.

Conversion Done! Don't you think it is very easy? Now you can play AVI on iPad smoothly with excellent quality. Kick up your heels!
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