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The Beginner's Guide To iPad 2 Video Conversion On Mac

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The Beginner's Guide To iPad 2 Video Conversion On Mac

Post by xiang2011 on Tue Mar 22, 2011 6:09 pm

So, you've just taken in a shiny new iPad 2 and impressed by its beautiful display. There are several possible sources of content that you will want to convert for viewing on this big screen, and the best tools to use for the job will often be determined by the type and source of that content.
The most iPad 2 Screen Protectorscommon types of content include DVDs, downloaded digital video content (such as that downloaded from the web), content recorded from a TV using a digital video recorder (DVR), standard digital video content and high definition video content. We will be discussing each of these content types in turn, and our recommended tools for each.
Part I - UnderstandiiPad 2 Stylusng the formats compatible with iPad 2
Part II - Converting DVDs
Part III - Converting Standard Digital Video and HD Video Content
Part IV - Converting Recorded TV Content
Part I. Understanding the formats compatible with iPad 2
You know that 9.7-inch high-resolution screen makes iPad 2 perfect for watching video, but that doesn't mean that every type of video iPad 2 Pouch Casefile will play on your iPad 2. The iPad 2 supported video formats are:
H.264 video (up to 720p, 30 frames per second; main profile level 3.1 with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats);
MPEG-4 video (up to 2.5 Mbps, 640 by 480 pixels, 30 frames per second, simple profile with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, sterTPU iPad 2 Caseseo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats).
Part II. Converting DVDs
One of the most common sources of iPad 2 content will be DVDs. Although the legality of ripping the content from DVDs varies in different jurisdictions, many countries outside of the U.S. have no specific restrictions on the conversion of DVDs that you already own into other viewable formatsZebra Print iPad 2 Case.
On the Mac platform, the most commonly used tools for DVD extraction is MacTheRipper. MacTheRipper is a simple DVD ripping tool; it does not actually convert video, but merely extracts it from the DVD. The use of MacTheRipper is relatively straightforward: Simply insert a DVD and start the application and you will be presented with a main screen of MacTheRipperLeopard Style iPad 2 Cover.
MacTheRipper defaults to full disc extraction, it will simply extract ALL content from the DVD. To extract a title from the DVD as a specific file, you instead need to click the "Mode" tab and choose "Title - Chapter Extraction" from the pull-down menu. The result of this operation will be in MPEG-2 format, and can be viewed through any software application capaLeopard iPad 2 Coverble of MPEG-2 playback, or converted using one of the tools discussed further in Part III.
Fortunately, there are other end-to-end iPad 2 conversion solutions available. DVD to iPad 2 Converter for Mac from iFunia is the second and better option. It provides an integrated solution to preform the extraction of DVD content and conversion to an iPad 2-ready format.
Crocodile skin iPad 2 CoverThe iFunia DVD to iPad 2 Converter program comes with an intuitive interface with 3 easy steps. You can simply insert a DVD and start the program, it will then read the inserted DVD or DVD folder, then select the iPad 2 presets and output destination folder and click Start button. That's so easy! You can learn the detailed step-by-step guide from iFunia's website.ED Hardy iPad 2 Case
In addition to the ability to take content from a DVD directly to an iPad 2-ready format, iFunia DVD to iPad 2 Converter for Mac also offers simple movie editings, the ability to queue up multiple tracks from a DVD, support for the finetune of video and audio settings and the ability to extract audio track compatible with the iPad 2.
Part III. Converting StandardED Hardy iPad 2 Cover Digital Video and HD Video Content
Standard Digital Video Content refers to the various types of digital content that can be stored on a computer, such as that obtained from web sites and already pre-extracted from DVDs into other non-iPad 2-ready formats. HD Video Content means high definition video. The HD video generally refers to any video system of higher reHello Kitty Style iPad 2 Coversolution than standard-definition video, most of them are at display resolutions of 1280*720 (720p) or 1920*1080 (1080i or 1080p), and obtained from AVCHD and other HD digital camcorder.
There are many free tools for iPad 2 video conversion on Mac, like iSquint, VisualHub, MPEG Streamclip, etc. But iSquint and VisualHub have been discontinued and are no longer forBurberry iPad 2 Cover sale, while MPEG Streamclip cannot convert HD video content. Maybe you can convert HD video from most digital camcorders through Apple's iMovie HD application included in iLife '06 or above. But iMovie does not provide any additional default presets for higher-resolution iPad 2, also the conversion times will be quite slow as it uses the underlying Quicktime engin

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