Video Converter Mac App lets you convert video files to a variety of formats, including iTunes-, iPad-, iPod-, and iPhone-compatible MP4, AVI, FLV, MOV, 3GP, and extract audio from video files in MP3, M4A, AAC or WAV format. With this Mac Video Converter, you can also convert AVCHD video (MTS/M2TS) captured with HD camcorders on Mac OS X without lossy quality. The built-in YouTube Downloader allows you to download and convert videos from YouTube with ease and speed.
Never forget that, besides phone, SMS, apps, games, movies, books, your iPhone 5 is also an excellent music player. In this post, I’d like to list some ways in which you can get music for playing on iPhone 5.
1. Purchase music from iTunes Store for iPhone 5
To purchase music from the iTunes Store, just click on the “iTunes Store” link under “Store” in the left column of iTunes. Once in, you’re greeted with the iTunes Store interface, with links on the top that take you to Music, Movies, TV Shows, App Store, Books, Podcasts and iTunes U. Under the Music tab, you can choose a song or album to buy for your iPhone 5.
2. Import CDs into iTunes for iPhone 5
If you own a few CDs, you can import them into iTunes for your iPhone 5. Since you’ve already spent money on the songs in the CD, you have no reason to buy them all over again just to get them into iTunes. Apple made it simple to rip a CD to your library.
By default, iTunes rips songs to AAC format, and although AAC is a very high-quality format, it isn’t as widely-supported as the ubiquitous MP3 format, which enjoys support from virtually every digital music player known to man, including iPhone 5. To ensure greater portability of your music (and prevent you from feeling locked into one product just because you’ve ripped all your music in one format), I suggest ripping your CDs as MP3s. To do so, go to Edit -> Preferences. In the General tab, click the Import Settings… button. In the pop up dialog window of Import Settings, select MP3 Encoder from the Import Using dropdown menu and Higher Quality (192 kbps) from the Setting dropdown.
3. Import MP3s into iTunes for iPhone 5
Once you’ve downloaded MP3s onto your computer, it’s easy to import them into iTunes. First make a new playlist by going to the “File” menu and clicking “New” -> “Playlist” and naming it anything you like. Select that playlist in iTunes, then drag your MP3s from your hard drive into the right-hand pane. iTunes will start importing your music and populating the playlist with songs. After it’s done, you’re free to play back the songs or sync them to your iPhone 5 just like all the rest of your library.
4. Import WMAs into iTunes for iPhone 5
Importing unprotected WMA files is just like importing MP3 files, but requires one additional step. With WMA files, iTunes will actually transcode the songs and change the format from WMA to whatever default audio encoder you’ve set in the iTunes Preferences. It’s not necessary to know the difference between WMAs, MP3s, and AACs, but you should know that when you import WMAs, your original files are untouched and a new file is created.
Note: For the songs that come from other stores than iTunes Store, like Rhapsody, Napster, and Zune Marketplace, you cannot import them into iTunes for iPhone 5 directly. They are protected from being played in software and hardware music players that don’t support their particular standard (just like non-Apple music players can’t play most music from the iTunes Music Store).
If the video files are incompatible with iPad mini, you cannot transfer them to the device using either of the above methods. Rather, you need to get them converted first. There are numerous video converters on the Internet that claim to be able to convert video files for playing on iPad mini. You can easily find one. When you get the iPad mini supported video files, you still need to transfer them to your device with or without iTunes.
A simple solution is download and install Video Converter App onto your iPad mini. This app lets you transfer movie files (both supported and unsupported) from your computer via Wi-Fi Upload or iTunes File Sharing. Then you can choose to convert them on the device directly. With hardware accelerate encoding engine, the conversion speed is acceptable. The converted video files are in iPad mini-compatible format. You can choose to play them on iPad mini, copy them to Photo Library, transfer them back to PC via Wi-Fi Transfer, and even open in other apps. If you have iMovie app installed onto your iPad mini, the good news is that you can open the converted movie files in iMovie for further editing and enhancing.
Video Converter App lets you transfer virtually any video files from computer to iPhone and iPad for converting right on the device. It also lets you import video files from Dropbox, SkyDrive, and Camera Roll and get them converted. The converted video files are fully playable on iPhone and iPad devices. You can also copy them back to your computer through Wi-Fi Transfer. What’s more, video files converted using iOS Video Converter are easily accessible in video editor apps like iMovie and other iPhone and iPad apps.
iOS Video Converter works as:
iPhone Video Converter
Still use desktop video converters to convert video files for playing on your iPhone? With the popularity of mobile technology, it’s time to do that right on your mobile devices. For iPhone users, Video Converter App is the perfect solution. This iPhone Video Converter App enables you to import video files from your computer as well as download video files stored onto Dropbox and SkyDrive to convert directly. It is an ideal video converter application for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and iPhone 5.
iPad Video Converter
Compared with iPhone, iPad is a better portable device for watching movies, videos and TV shows due to its bigger screen. With Video Converter App, you can easily move your video files from PC to iPad as well so as to enjoy them anytime anywhere. And if you an iMovie addict, you can also use this iPad Video Converter App to help you convert video files for editing in the iMovie app on your iPad. Video Converter App works with all iPad models including iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3 (the New iPad), iPad 4 and iPad mini.
HD Video Converter App
Did you shoot a host of movie clips with your HD camcorder and now you want to play some of them on your iPhone/iPad? This can be easily done using Video Converter App. The HD Video Converter App accepts video files recorded with HD camcorders like Sony, Nikon and Panasonic and supports a variety of digital camera formats including AVCHD MTS/M2TS, MPEG-4/H.264, AVI, etc.
Video Compressor App
The latest Apple devices like iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPod touch 5, iPad mini, iPad 4 and iPad 3 capture video at up to 1080p. If you take videos regularly, videos in the camera roll will eat up your device storage soon. Video Converter App can also be used to compress video resolution from 1080p to 720p or less. The iOS Video Compressor App helps you save device space dramatically while keeping high video quality.
Clone2Go DVD to iPad Converter lets you convert DVD to iPad video/audio on Windows and Mac with ease and speed. It can also be used to convert video files (AVI, FLV, MKV, WMV, 3GP, MPG, MTS, M2TS, VOB, etc.) to iPad compatible video/audio files. Besides, it features a YouTube Downloader which enables you to download videos from YouTube easily.
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