How to Convert H.264 to iPad on Mac

From the launch of iPad (iPad 2, new iPad included), the most constant flow (or is that a waterfall?) of news is about the crazy amazing thing. But similar with other Apple products, iPad only accepts several special file formats, which really reduce our enjoyment when we watch videos on the called great high resolution screen. For example, if you have some H.264 videos but in AVI format, you are unable to enjoy those videos on your new iPad even if iPad supports the H.264 codec. Fortunately, we are not hopeless for the problem: we can convert H.264 to iPad Mac with a professional Mac tool. Thank these apps!

We are here to sharing the H.264 to iPad Mac conversion. Download the professional iPad Video Converter for Mac, which we used here is top-ranking in quality. What's more important, it can finish the H.264 to iPad Mac conversion at fast speed without losing video quality. Yeah, it even has an optimized preset for iPad:

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Add the source H.264 files to the iPad Mac converter

To add files to the converter, go to File menu, choose "Load Media Files" to find the H.264 file you want to convert, or directly drag the target H.264 file to the primary window of this converter.

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Set iPad as output format

You can set "iPad" as your output format directly, which will automatically set the resolution, bit rate and frame rate of the output file for you. If you want to get 1080p output video, customize the resolution to 1080p.

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Start H.264 to iPad conversion on Mac OS X

Click the button of "Convert" and leave this smart H.264 to Mac Video Converte for iPad to do the rest for you!

This Mac iPad Video Converter provides a series of useful settings such as crop, trim, merge, and video effect like brightness, contrast and saturation. So you can edit your H.264 videos before you start the Mac conversion. You can learn detailed info in the Guide of iPad Video Converter for Mac. And the converter also works on MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac running Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Lion etc..

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