How to convert WMV to iPhone MP4 file for iPhone?

A lot of iPhone owners are stuck when they are trying to put movies from their digital camera into iTunes to sync them onto their iPhone. The only problem is most of their movies are either .avi format or .wmv format, which are not accepted by iTunes. The point is they have to convert videos into .mp4 format, which are accepted by iPhone. So a video converter program may be of great help. Leawo Video Converter which can be functioned as an iPhone Converter is to convert videos to MP4 for iPhone, and it converts .avi to .mp4, .wmv to mp4 as well. Let's see how it works. Download Leawo WMV to iPhone Converter first!

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Full Guide

Add Video Files

Drag and drop the WMVs in the program, or click "add icon" to browse them in. Double click the file name to have a preview.

Choose Format for Output

Open the program, and select "iPhone MPEG-4 Wide Screen (720x406)(*.mp4)" in "Profile".

Edit Video with Features

Click "edit icon" to apply some customized features to the video.

  • Under "Trim", set the "Start Time" and "End Time" points for a video length.
  • In the droplist of "Letter Box", select a "Crop" style, or adjust the offset values for a precise cropping.
  • Under "Effect", drag the slides of "Brightness" and "Contrast" for a better visual effect. Drag "Volume" slide to adjust the volume.
  • The Watermark part offers functions to give image watermark or text watermark on the video.

Start to Convert

Now you can click "Convert" button to start your video conversion. Fast conversion speed!

Extended Knowledge

iPhone is an internet-connected multimedia smartphone designed and marketed by Apple Inc. with a flush multi-touch screen and a minimal hardware interface. The device does not have a physical keyboard, so a virtual keyboard is rendered on the touch screen instead. The iPhone functions as a camera phone includes text messaging and visual voicemail, a portable media player (equivalent to an iPod), and Internet client (with email, web browsing, and local Wi-Fi connectivity). The first generation phone hardware was quad-band GSM with EDGE; the second generation also adds UMTS with HSDPA.

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