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Old Jun 03, 2009, 05:12 AM
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Xbox 360 is the successor to Microsoft's original Xbox. The Xbox 360 competes amongst the upcoming generation of consoles, including the Sony PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Revolution, and was officially unveiled on MTV on May 12, 2005, a week before the E3 trade show.

In all countries except Japan the console is sold in two different configurations: the "Xbox 360" and the "Xbox 360 Core System". The former configuration is often referred to as the "Premium Edition", which includes a hard drive (which is required for operations including backwards compatibility with original Xbox games), a wireless controller, a headset, an Ethernet cable, an Xbox Live silver subscription, and a component HD AV cable (which can also be used on non-HD TVs).

The console hardware is based on a custom IBM PowerPC-based "Xenon" central processing unit (CPU) and a custom ATI "Xenos" graphics processing unit (GPU). It is equipped with 512 MB of RAM and uses the DVD-ROM storage medium for Xbox 360 game software.

The Xbox 360 was released on November 22, 2005 in United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico, December 2 in Europe, December 10 in Japan, February 2, 2006 in Mexico and Colombia. It will be released February 24 in South Korea, March 16, 2006 in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan (Delayed from original March 2 launch date). Australia and New Zealand, after being delayed, have been set-back from March 2 to March 23.

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Old Jun 04, 2009, 12:13 AM
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Old Jan 06, 2011, 08:46 PM
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Talking Sharing a powerful video conversion software for Mac users

Tanbee Video Converter for Mac

* Convert AVI, WMV, MOV, FLV, MP4, MPEG, MKV, 3GP video.
* Convert AVCHD Video (*.m2ts, *.mts), MOD, TOD video formats.
* Extract audio from video and convert video to all popular audio.
* Edit, clip, crop video. Merge several files into one file.
* Optimized presets for Apple iPad, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, mobile phone, MP4 players, Google phones, etc.
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* Platform: Intel Mac and PowerPC G4/G5.


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* Platform: Intel Mac.


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Old Jan 06, 2011, 08:58 PM
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Talking How to convert FLV to iPad on Mac OS?

Flash Video (FLV) is the name of a file format used to deliver video over the Internet using Adobe Flash Player and has extension FLV. iPad only Supports MP4, H.264 Video, then there is a need to convert the .flv video format to iPad comparible format, we need a program called FLV to iPad Converter for Mac, it just takes a few clicks to convert FLV to iPad MP4 files.

This is a step by step guide showing you how to convert Flash Video (.flv format) to Apple iPad on Mac OS X. If you want to convert other popular video formats to iPad, this easy-to-use Tanbee Mac iPad Video Converter works as well.

Step 1: Run iPad Video Converter and add FLV videos

Now run iPad Video Converter and click the Add File button to add FLV videos from your Mac, you may add as many FLV videos as you want to convert to iPad format for watching on iPad.


Step 2: Change the output settings to convert FLV to iPad

You'll find a wide range of preset video setting options avaiable for iPad. You may select "iPad -> iPad Video MPEG-4 (*.mp4)" or "iPad -> iPad Video H.264 (*.mp4)" or "iPad -> iPad HD Video (*.mp4)" for converting FLV videos to iPad supported videos.


Step 3: Start converting FLV to iPad video format

Now you may click "Start" button to begin converting FLV videos to iPad compatible video files.


How to transfer converted FLV to iPad

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