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How to Convert DVD and Video to Your Fashionable iPad

Post by puregib on Wed Aug 11, 2010 5:40 am

iPad has been released for about a month, but it is pretty popular among people. I think you guys who got iPad are very proud. How do you make full use of its great space without spending extra money? Show it off before friends? It is the best choice to use DVD collection and video you have. But how do you deal with it?
Recently I got the information from internet. I feel it is useful for all, so I’d like to share it with you guys. It is third-party software that can rip DVD and convert video for iPad. And the whole process is so easy. They are Aiseesoft DVD to iPad Converter and Aiseesoft iPad Video Converter.

Next it is divided into two parts to describe it in details.
Part One: How to Rip DVD to iPad.
Firstly you need download the software: Aiseesoft DVD to iPad Converter. And then install and run DVD to iPad Converter.
The specific operating steps as follows:



Step 1: Load DVD.
Click "Load DVD" to add your DVD contents.
Step 2: Set output video format.
Click "Profile" button from the drop-down list to select the exact output video format that is the most suitable for your iPad. You can click the "Settings" button to set parameters of your output video such as such as Resolution, Video Bitrate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, Sample Rate, etc. to get the best video quality as you want.
Step 3: Select the output path by clicking “Browse” button from the line of destination.
Step 4: Click the "Start" button to start the conversion.

Part Two: How to Convert Video to iPad.

Also it is the same. Firstly download the software: Aiseesoft iPad Video Converter. And then install and run iPad Video Converter.

The specific operating steps as follows:



Step 1: Add video.
Click "Add Video" to add your video contents.
Step 2: Set output video format.
Click "Profile" button from the drop-down list to select the exact output video format that is the most suitable for your iPad. You can click the "Settings" button to set parameters of your output video such as such as Resolution, Video Bitrate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, Sample Rate, etc. to get the best video quality as you want.
Step 3: Select the output path by clicking “Browse” button from the line of destination.
Step 4: Click the "Start" button to start the conversion.

Tips:
The two pieces of software have some basically editing functions such as trim, crop, effect,
1. Trim:
Three ways to do trim:
a. Drag the “start scissors bar” button to where you want to start and “end scissors bar” button where you want to end. (1)
b. You can click the “Trim From” button when you want to start the trim during your preview and click “Trim To” button when you want to end.
c. Set the exact “start time” and “end time” at right part of the trim window and click “ok”.


2. Crop:
Three ways to do crop
a. Select one crop mode from the “Crop Mode” drop-list.
b. Dragging crop frame to choose your own crop.
c. Set your own crop value.


3. Effect
Drag the adjustment bar to find your favorite effect of Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Volume.


4. Merge into one file.
Pick the “Merge into one file” to merge the files you choose into one output file. (2)

There is another piece of software named iPad Converter Suite. It includes DVD to iPad Converter, iPad Video Converter and iPad Transfer.

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Post by ipadgeek on Tue Jan 25, 2011 5:28 am

I have an old HP printer connected to my Windows Home Server, I used the hack to install AirPrint services and now I can print to it from my iPad and iPhone 4. This is the link:-copy iPod to itunes

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 5:55 pm

I have been a long time Kindle own. Purchased the first generation when it came out. Then when the second generation model was available I purchased it to replace the old one. I recently picked up an iPad and tried the Kindle app. My Kindle went to ebay shortly there after. iPad 2 DVD Ripper I have been havinhg this problem for at least 6 months now, at first thought it was hardware, but then it was intermittent, then after a recent trip overseas where I had 3G off, I noticed that the problem generally went away. On further inspection it seems that whatever causes it is just waiting for something to complete processing/downloading in the background before activating the home button….we've all clearly become impatient thanks to the normal speed of the home button and are just clicking away too fast! ….or at least too fast given this issue. To prove this, switch your phone onto airplane mode and see if it mostly goes away. I have previously been into Apple and they tried to tell me I had water damage under the button in the power plug hole (based on their little UV torch inspection) and was told that I should claim on insurance for a new phone. Based on my new findings I intend to do some more research, perhaps this time on downloading sluggishness, but otherwise head in again and take a fresh approach in demonstrating the issue. More info if I get any. Some of the above mentioned fixes, hard reset, restore etc. may of course solve the problem, but only temporarily. Hope this helps.

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