iPad Air Video Converter-watch movies on iPad Air
iPad Air Video Converter is a free video to iPad Air converter that converts video files, YouTube videos, movies and DVD’s so you can play them on your iPad Air. The software, developed by the creators of Aovsoft, can convert all types of video files (avi, divx, xvid, flv, x264, vob, mpeg, DVD’s, YouTube, etc.) into the proper video formats (MPEG-4, H.264) that play on the iPad Air.
With iPad Air Video Converter you can convert videos for any type of iPad that plays video. You can also convert videos for the iPod and iPhone. It is available for Windows and Mac.
iPad Air Video Converter (Windows Version | Mac Version) can perfectly convert MKV, AVI, WMV, FLV, RMVB to iPad Air for enjoying any video video with iPad Air. Rich editing functions maker assist you to make personalized movies. In addtion, this program can deal with subtitles which embed in video file, do not support to import subtitle files. This guide below will show you how to convert video to iPad Air by using iPad Air Video Converter.
How to convert video/DVD via iPad Air Video Converter?
1-Add video files.
Click the adding button in the center of the application, MKV, AVI, WMV or other popular formats videos are supported also. Or you can straight drag & drop source video files into iPad Air Video Converter. Try to import multiple video clips.
2-Set Output video format.
Click “Profile” bar and select a playable format for iPad Air, and here you’re suggested to choose “Apple iPad >> iPad Air H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)” format, which is designed especially for iPad tablets to compress movies.
3- Start video to iPad Air Cconversion
Click “Convert” to start converting 1080p/720p MKV, AVI, WMV etc. video to iPad Air compatible video.
4- Transfer Video to iPad Air
After video to iPad Air conversion, click “Open Output” button to get the converted video files, transfer the video to iPad Air for playing now.
The arrival of its mini brother has meant that the iPad ‘maxi’ lost some of its headline billing – but Apple has taken the bigger tablet back to the drawing board, given it a fresh new name – iPad Air – and is hoping to prove that not everyone wants to give up on a bigger screen.
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