Watching movies or videos on iPad would definitely be an excellent way to better enjoy your leisure life, especially along with the release of the new iPad, which features with a super HD Retina display. But there exist problems, that is not all videos could be recognized and played by iPad. Thus, to convert movies to iPad is required.
Leawo iPad Video Converter could easily convert video to iPad friendly videos for playback on iPad. This iPad video converter could not only convert video for iPad, but also iPad videos to other videos in different formats. By converting movies to iPad friendly formats, you can transfer movies to iPad via iTunes and watch movies on iPad freely. For Mac OS users, Leawo null would realize this with ease.
The following guide would show you how to convert video to iPad in details:
Launch Leawo iPad Video Converter and import source videos by clicking Add Video button (Click button or drag-and-drop source files on Video Converter for Mac).
Choose output profile
Choose iPad friendly formats as output profile in Profile panel, say MP4. (on Mac iPad Video Converter, click the icon before 3D button to enter Profile panel).
You could change output file parameters by clicking settings button next to the Profile frame: Video Codec(choose according to your destination utility), Audio Codec, Aspect Ratio, Bit Rate, Video Size (you can choose from the provided options or manually input the size you prefer), Frame Rate, etc.
Convert video to iPad
Convert iPad Video videos freely by clicking the convert button. After the conversion, you only need to transfer converted videos to iPad.
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iPad is a line of tablet computers designed, developed and marketed by Apple Inc. primarily as a platform for audio-visual media including books, periodicals, movies, music, games, and web content. The iPad runs the same operating system as the iPod Touch and iPhone with a multitouch display, and uses "Wi-Fi" connection to access local area networks and the Internet. The device is managed and synced by iTunes running on a personal computer via USB cable.