Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Ipad video converter-Convert AVCHD video for iPad/ipad 2

The iPad has a 9.7-inch (25 cm) LED backlit multi-touch display with a pixel resolution of 1024×768, 16 to 64 gigabytes (GB) of flash memory, a 1-gigahertz (GHz) Apple A4 processor, Bluetooth 2.1, and a 30-pin dock connector to sync with iTunes and connect wired accessories.

The 9.7-inch high-resolution screen makes iPad/ipad 2 perfect for watching HD movies, TV shows, podcasts, music videos, and more. If you have lots of AVCHD (.m2ts/.mts) video and would like to watch them with your new iPad or ipad 2, just get Aneesoft iPad Video Converter to convert AVCHD (.m2ts/.mts) video to iPad supported video format.

Things you’ll need

1. Aneesoft iPad Video Converter (Free for download trial version)
2. AVCHD video files

Step 1: Download & install Aneesoft iPad Video Converter

We’ll be using the very nice video converter software called Aneesoft iPad Video Converter for converting AVCHD videos to iPad/ipad 2 video format, head over here and download the free trial version of iPad Video Converter.

Step 2: Run iPad Video Converter and add AVCHD videos

Now run iPad Video Converter and click the big button "Add..." to add .m2ts/.mts videos from your hard disk, you may add as many AVCHD videos as you want to convert to MP4 videos for watching on iPad. Only the titles you checked will be converted. So if there're some videos you don't want to convert, you need to uncheck them or 'Remove' them from the right-click menu. 'Clear' in the right-click menu means remove all titles in the list.

Step 3: Edit & merge AVCHD videos: trim, crop, add effect, add watermark

Wanna edit your videos to make it more personalized? You may add a watermark in Aneesoft iPad Video Converter. Just select the title you'd like to add watermark, then click the button 'Edit' to launch video editing window. If you want to crop video or add some special effects, click the first two tabs. You're able to add a text watermark or an image watermark (you may call it logo) on the output video. Adjust the 'Transparency' to make the watermark look better.

Step 4: Merge some separate AVCHD videos to 1 single iPad video file

Click to highlight the video titles you'd like to merge to 1 single file, then click 'Merge' button and uncheck the former separate files if you just need the single merged video file. Here 'click on the video titles' is not just check the options, you need to click them to make them highlight. You may see the image below to have an idea.

Step 5: Change the output settings to convert videos with best quality

You'll find a wide range of preset video setting options avaiable for you. You may select "iPad H.264(720p) MPEG4 Video(*.mp4)" for converting AVCHD videos to iPad supported videos. Remember that the output file size mostly depends on the Bitrate you set. Larger Bitrate, larger file size.

Step 6: Start converting videos to iPad/ipad 2 video format

Now you may click the big button "Start" to begin converting videos to iPad compatible video files. Once the convert is complete, Aneesoft iPad Video Converter will place on your Desktop a new iPad format version of your video that will play on the iPad. Double-click the new file and play it to make sure it looks as you expect. I bet you'll be surprise at the video quality.

You may be interested in these topics:

No comments:

Post a Comment