Watch Unaccepted QuickTime Videos on iPad Air without Setbacks
In most cases, it is easy to play QuickTime files on iPad since QuickTime files are mostly in MP4, MOV, M4V encoding with H.264/MPEG-4 codec that are supported by iPad. But if your QuickTime videos are in other formats like DV, you need to do change the format before you start to enjoy these QuickTime files on iPad. The following paragraphs will show you how to convert unaccepted QuickTime files to iPad step by step.
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Convert and Sync AVI Videos to iPad Air Step by Step
Here are the steps involving the QuickTime to iPad conversion on Windows. Mac users can download the Mac version.
Step 1: Locate QuickTime files to the converter
Once you download and install the QuickTime to iPad converter, launch it and drag-n-drop the QuickTime files to the program, or turn to the top menu bar, click "Add Files" to load the source QuickTime files.
Step 2: Select iPad as output format
Head to the Output Format field, select one of the iPad supported video formats by clicking the format drop-down list, or you can choose iPad preset as the output format directly. Then, navigate to the lower portion of the program and click the Output Folder to choose an output location for saving the converted iPad videos.
Step 3: Start to convert QuickTime videos to iPad
At last, you can press the "Convert" button and leave the QuickTime to iPad Converter to do the rest for you automatically. After the conversion, you can connect your iPad to the computer and sync the converted files to iPad for playback. Enjoy yourself!
Additional Knowledge of QuickTime:
You can also buy QuickTime Pro, which is quite more expensive than the above QuickTime to iPad Converter, to convert QuickTime videos to iPad directly. To do this, you can just open the files on QuickTime Pro, click the "File" menu and select "Export". In the pop-up menu, you will see the option of "Movie to iPad", just hit on it and then the files will be playable on iPad.