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DVDFab Video Converter can convert any standard format video to the video for playback on various iPhone models. This tutorial is about how to convert video to iPhone 5. Now let’s get down to the detail.
Step 1: Run DVDFab Video Converter, select the iPhone 5 profile
Run DVDFab, choose Converter option to enable Video Converter. Click on the profile icon on the left panel to open the profile library. Then select Device, choose Apple, and select iPhone 5 as the profile.
Step 2: Add in the video source
Click Add button to add the video source or drag and drop the source file into DVDFab. Seconds later the source will be in. You can change the audio and subtitles, and preview the settings in real time.
Step 3: Advanced settings and editing
Click Advanced Settings button on the left panel to set video and audio parameters if you’d like.
Click Edit button to open Video Edit window where you can set the volume, trim and crop the video, add watermark, import external subtitles, etc.
Step 4: Start conversion
Now go to the main interface to hit Start button and the video conversion begins. During the process you can view detailed progress info and set your PC to shut down, exit the program, or hibernate when the task is done.
More info about DVDFab Video Converter can be found at: www.dvdfab.cn/video-converter.htm
① Convert videos from one format to another for compatible devices
② Extract the audio tracks from videos and output as audio files
③ Support all the popular audio & video formats like MP3, MP4, MKV, etc.
④ Support to edit the videos like cropping, trimming, and more
⑤ Support GPU hardware acceleration to convert much faster
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