Import Videos into The new iPad
Want to enjoy your favorite movies on the new iPad with fantastic Retina display widescreen? Of course you can not miss it, for the Apple has described a Retina display as "pixel density is so high your eye is unable to distinguish individual pixels." But when you import videos into the new iPad, there might come a problem - the new iPad doesn't support your videos&movies.
In other word, to watch movies on the new iPad, you have to convert movies to the new iPad supported format firstly. Don't worry about that! Here in this page we will introduce the best DRM Media Converter to help you easily convert videos to the new iPad, even the videos protected by DRM. This program supports converting all types of video file formats, such as AVI, MPEG, WMV, DivX, MP4, 3GP, etc. to the new iPad and the other devices, like iPod, iPhone, PSP, etc.
The tutorial below will show you how to convert and import movies to the new iPad with it. Just follow it and learn the steps.
Preparation: Free download the video to the new iPad Converter and install it on your PC.
Guide on Converting Videos into The new iPad
Step 1: Launch the software and drag your target movie files into the panel, then they will show in the list on the main interface.
Step 2: Click the "Settings..." button next to the "Video files to" area and choose the iPad as the output format in the Format Preset drop-down list. Then specify the "Output path" to save the converted videos.
Step 3: Hit on the "Start" button to convert movies to the new iPad supported format. The interface will show you the converting progress.
Step 4: When the conversion is over, connect the new iPad and run iTunes, then transfer the converted video files into the new iPad by iTunes. Done!
Now you can watch movies on the new iPad freely! Is that great? Feel free to download the Media Converter and try it by yourself for free!
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