Video Converter for iPad
As many videos are accessible and downloadable online now, you may have already found that some videos are not compatible with you iPad. To play those videos on iPad, to convert them into iPad supported format. DVDFab Video Converter would be the best video converter for iPad, which can convert any video, including video downloaded from YouTube and other video websites, to iPad/iPad 2/3/4 compatible video quickly. With the preprogrammed iPad profiles, you can convert video to iPad with only several mouse clicks. Now let’s have a look at the conversion process.
Step 1: Add the video file
Run DVDFab 10, choose the Converter module, and add the video file according to the words on the main interface.
Step 2: Choose the iPad profile
Go to the profile library on the top left of the main interface, and choose Device > Apple > iPad 4. There are several iPad profiles, and you can choose one on the basis of your need.
Step 3: Customize your video
Now it’s time for you to customize your video. You can change the video name and choose the audio/subtitle tracks you want. The output video will perfectly fit for your iPad screen, but if you want, you can click the “Advanced Settings” icon to change the video/audio parameters. You can also click the “Editor” icon to edit the video as the way you like.
Step 4: Select a directory and start the conversion job
Navigate to the bottom of the main interface and click the “folder” icon to select a directory for the output video. Then you can click the “Start” icon to start the process of converting video to iPad.
The conversion process will be finished in a few minutes. Try DVDFab Video Converter yourself, and you can find it really a handy iPad video converter.
As an Apple device user, you can also rent or purchase video from iTunes store. But these rented or purchased video can only be played on Apple device and the rented video will disappear after 48 hours you watch it. To watch these videos freely, you need to remove the DRM protections. Click How to Remove DRM from Purchased/Rented iTunes Movies/TV Shows to learn more.