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Old Jan 29, 2010, 09:52 PM
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Default How to convert MKV to iPod and iPhone accepted format on Mac?

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How to convert MKV to iPod and iPhone accepted format on Mac?


Are you a Mac user? Do you have tons of MKV files, but yet have been never able to convert them into a proper video file for your iPod or iPhone on Mac? If so, this post is deserved reading on, since it will focus on this issue to tell you how to convert MKV to iPod and iPhone accepted formats, so that you can enjoy the MKV files on your iPod or iPhone smoothly without trouble.

Required software:
Pavtube MKV Converter for Mac[img]***********[/img]

Pavtube MKV Converter for Mac is a splendid MKV Converter designed for Mac users, which can perfectly transfer MKV files you downloaded via eMule, LimeWire, or BT to any popular portable devices workable formats. You can take it as an MKV to iPod converter, MKV to iPhone converter, MKV to iPhone 3G converter, MKV to iPhone 3G S Converter, MKV to Apple TV converter, MKV to PS3 converter, MKV to BlackBerry converter, etc. Following is the detailed instruction of how to convert MKV to iPod and iPhone accepted format, check it now to get what you want.

[b]Step 1: Click “Add” button to load MKV files into this program[/b]


[b]Step 2: Select output format and set destination folder[/b]

Click the drop-down button at the end of “Format” to select iPod or iPhone supported format as output format, here I choose iPhone 3G H.264 640X480 (*.mp4) for instance. Also, you need click “Browse” button to specify where to locate the generated files. In addition, this application supports batch conversion, thus you can add multiple MKV files to it at a time, if you want to combine all the files into a single file, you should tick “Merge into one file” to achieve it.  


[b]More info about format selection:[/b]

In the format profile, there are two options you should pay attention to, namely “iPod” and “iPhone”, through the two options, you can choose a proper format for your iPod and iPhone according to their specifications.


[b]Step 3: Set advanced settings[/b]

Click “Settings” button, then the interface as below will show up, you are allowed to adjust video and audio parameters shown on it, including codec name, bit rate, image pixels, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channels. If you do not have this need, you can totally skip this step.


[b]Step 4: Start converting MKV files to iPod or iPhone accepted format[/b]

As soon as all the above three steps are finished, you can click “Convert” button to start converting MKV files to iPod or iPhone accepted format. Once begin, the following interface will show you clearly about the conversion info, such as conversion progress, for single file and total files, time expenditure, generated file size as well as estimated file size. Through the info, you can properly take charge of your time and storage space.


As long as conversion is completed, you can find out the produced files for your iPod and iPhone via pressing “Open” button effortlessly. After that, just sync the files to your iPod or iPhone via iTunes, and till now the whole task is finished. Enjoy yourselves.

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