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Old Apr 20, 2010, 12:53 AM
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Default Moyea Video Converter-Transcode Videos from Your Computer to iPad

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Have you already got an iPad with a gorgeous 9.7 inch 1024*768 high-resolution widescreen? Have you saved tons of favorite video files on your computer? Have you even imagined watching these beloved videos on your iPad? If you have, I can help you to make that happen.

[b]In what situations should you transcode the videos?[/b]

If your videos are not H.264, MPEG4, AAC encoded MP4, MOV, M4V format, you'll have to. If your videos are over 720p, you'll have to. The iPad can't play other video format and anything with higher resolution.

If you want to enjoy content of different formats like MKV, FLV, M2TS, VOB, WMV, MOD, Divx, AVI, Xvid, etc in iPad, you can use an application like [b]Moyea Video Converter for Mac[/b] to transcode these videos into iPad workable H.264 MPEG4 (*.mp4) format.

If you want to [b]watch movies over 720p in iPad[/b] widescreen with maximum display, you can also transcode your videos into the largest 16:9 resolution the iPad's LCD screen natively supports: 1024 by 576 pixels. Of course, when you transcode a 1080p, 1080i movies, you will take them all the way down to 1024 by 576 pixels or 720p (1280 by 720 pixels) or less resolution with a noticeable drop in quality.

In Moyea Video Converter for Mac, there is a function of presetting parameters of output format (iPad MPEG-4 (*.mp4), iPad H.264 (*.mp4), iPad HD Video (*.mp4)) by clicking "Settings" section, you can adjust the size (resolution), bitrate, frame rate, sample rate, etc for better your output videos with minimum quality losses. You can also use the default settings it prepared for you, for it has tested to be the nice sweet settings, which can play just fine on your iPad.

If your videos are in 4:3 letterbox aspect ratio and [b]you want to zoom into full screen for iPad[/b], you can also use Cropping function in Editor window to cut off the black tops and bottoms from the videos. The image will be some or less stretched, but checking the box of "Keep Original Aspect Ratio" can help you preserve aspect ratio with good quality.

After transcoding, you can load your videos onto your [b]iPad[/b] and just stream them from your network device or PC to iPad via iTunes.


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