How to Convert AVCHD to iPhone 4 with Leawo Video Converter?

The Apple iPhone 4 offers better visual experience on screen, but there are limits on iPhone 4 to display the HD videos, as the camcorder videos could be 1080i/1080p in AVCHD format and iPhone 4 only supports 720p MP4/MOV/M4V videos. To play and watch HD AVCHD video on iPhone 4, AVCHD to iPhone 4 video converter is a must have. What you need to do is rip AVCHD to iPhone 4 HD and convert AVCHD to iPhone 4 videos with a powerful AVCHD to iPhone 4 video converter. Leawo Video Converter comes as a perfect partner to help you convert AVCHD to iPhone 4. And Mac users could use Leawo Video Converter for Mac to convert AVCHD to iPhone 4 videos on Mac. With this AVCHD to iPhone 4 converting software, you can enjoy your commemorative HD videos and images on iPhone 4 anywhere anytime.

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Full Guide

Load AVCHD videos

Run Leawo AVCHD to iPhone 4 video converter and click the add icon or File button to load the AVCHD videos you have captured with camcorder.

Choose iPhone 4 output format

Click the Profile option and move the mouse cursor to the "iPhone" group, you will find several iPhone 4 profiles of the available profiles. Choose one to meet your desire.

Edit AVCHD video (Optional)

Click Edit button to edit AVCHD videos before you convert AVCHD to iPhone 4 videos, including: trim, crop, effect, watermark, etc.

Convert AVCHD to iPhone 4 MP4

Click the convert button under the preview window to start to convert AVCHD to iPhone 4 MP4 at 720p. The AVCHD to iPhone 4 conversion will be completed in a short while and then you can sync videos to iPhone 4 with iTunes.

Extended Knowledge

The iPhone 4 is a touchscreen smartphone developed by Apple and designed by Jonathan Ive. It is the fourth generation of iPhone, and successor to the iPhone 3GS. It is particularly marketed for video calling (marketed by Apple as FaceTime), consumption of media such as books and periodicals, movies, music, and games, and for general web and e-mail access. It was announced on June 7, 2010, at the WWDC 2010 held at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, and was released on June 24, 2010, in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany and Japan.

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