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iPad Video Converter

DVDFab Video Converter can be used to convert your videos to the ones compatible with all types of iPad. It’s easy to use and professional at what it does. Follow me as we highlight how to work with this iPad video converter.


1. Fire up DVDFab, and choose Converter, then select a profile

Start up DVDFab, then click on Converter. Now navigate to the left panel to click the profile icon (iPhone 6 Plus in this screenshot). In the profile pop up, choose Device -> Apple, then you are free to select any profile from all supported iPad models.


2. Load in the video you want to convert

Click the Add button to load the source, or drag and drop the video file from your PC into the program, then you will see the video you want to convert appear in the main interface.


3. Shape your video

You are allowed to do lots of customization to the video. For example, highlight the video entry and you can add external subtitles and preview the video, as shown in the following screenshot, and you can also see the video info on the left panel, such as video codec, audio codec, resolution and file size.


Click Advanced Settings under the profile icon, then you can freely go to set video and audio parameters in the following pop up, like codec, resolution, frame rate, encoding method, video quality, channels, volume, bit rate, etc.


If you want to edit the video effect, please go to click Edit button to open video effect window, where you can trim and crop the video, add your special watermark, add external subtitles, and so on.


4. Start conversion

After all set up is OK, go hit Start button to start conversion. During the process, you can view detailed progress info. You can also set your PC to exit the program, automatically shut down, or hibernate for the moment all tasks are done.


5. Transfer the output to your iTunes

After conversion is completed, DVDFab File Transfer – the free transfer software for iTunes – will automatically start up for you to migrate the output to your iTunes.


That’s all there is to it!