Convert video to iPad, iPod, and iPhone compatible formats

Apr 15, 2010 - 10 Comments

convert video to ipod or iphone

VideoMonkey is a free tool that lets you convert various video types to iPhone, iPad, iPod, and AppleTV compatible formats. It’s fast and easy to use, if you want to convert a video for use on your Apple device it’s this simple:

* Drag and drop the file into VideoMonkey
* Select the type of video you want it converted to (All Apple Devices works universally)
* Adjust the quality and compression options, note that the file size changes on the fly
* Click Start and wait, the time it takes to convert the video varies
* When the video is done converting, you can freely copy it over to your iPad, iPhone, whatever

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In my tests it worked flawlessly with AVI, MPG, and MOV files and was pretty quick. Did I mention that it’s free?

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in iPad, iPhone, Mac OS X

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  1. joren says:

    any advantages with Handbrake?

  2. maccolar says:

    Nice, it’s really useful for me.

  3. Joseph Sanchez says:

    Depends varies?

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  5. leey says:

    well, I use iFunia ipad video converter for my new ipad already, It works very well!
    eher, Thanks anyway!

  6. Neo Base says:

    I found this pretty good guide about convert and transfer your movies to iPad(with Pavtube video converter), and found this:

    Follow the optimal settings to get excellent playback quality.
    Video:
    Codec: h264
    Size: 640*480
    Bitrate: 2500kbps
    Frame rate: 30fps
    Audio:
    Codec: aac
    Sample rate: 48khz
    Bitrate: 160kbps
    Channels: Stereo

  7. Grady says:

    Thanks for the post – that actually looks like a genuine app amongst the mire of “free” one-click solution apps! It does look bizarrely similar to Handbrake though…

    That said, Handbrake is cross-platform, and it can rip direct from DVDs. I do still prefer Handbrake cos I use both Windows and OSX…. I found a guide that helped me start converting for iPad at http://www.zerosignal.co.uk/2010/05/convert-avi-dvd-wmv-to-mp4-videos-for-apple-ipad-using-handbrake

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  9. katrinaJC says:

    thanks for sharing this information, I have found it for a long time , as an ipad user , I was troubled in convert videos to my ipad . one of my friends is a mac user, can someone recommend an ipad converter mac to me ? Thanks again.

  10. electricien says:

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