How excited for Apple fans! The iPad Pro is Apple‘s largest iPad yet, which puts it more in laptop territory than a traditional tablet. The slate will feature a 12.9-inch display with a 2,732 x 2,048 resolution capable of showing 5.6 million pixels. The big screen is perfect for those who wanna enjoy watching H.265, Tivo, AVI, WMV, VOB etc movies on a portable device. If you having no idea on this, trying to read this article, you will get the top solution for backuping Media Library (Blu-ray/DVD/HD/SD/4K/H.265 Videos) to iPad Pro.
Throughout the supported formats of Apple products and iPad Mini, iPad Pro, we can discover that iOS devices are always supporting MP4/MOV/M4V perfectly. So if you have various kinds of videos, like H.265, MTS, MXF, Tivo, MKV, WMV, AVI, VOB, etc even Blu-ray/DVD cannot be played on iPad Pro directly. But with an appropriate video to iPad Pro converter in hand, the video format incompatibility issue with the new iPad Pro will be solved. Here, Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac is all that you need. Here is the review.
The Mac video converter keeps pace with the times and supports all the existed iPad models including iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, iPhone 6s/6s Plus, etc, as well as other mainstream Apple, Android, Windows and Microsoft devices. Built-in 200+ video and audio codecs, this award-winning iPad Pro video converter is able to change various movies including H.265, MTS, MXF, Tivo, MKV, WMV, AVI, VOB, etc. with 2K/4K/HD resolution to iPad Pro playable ones like MP4, MOV, M4V, etc within a short time.
Convert H.265/MTS/MXF/Tivo/MKV/WMV/AVI/VOB to iPad Pro with Ease
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Hot News!!! Pavtube Software has been updated to Version 22.214.171.124 for All Windows 10/8.1/8 users to support newest NVIDIA CUDA & AMD APP technology in video decoding to improve performance and ensure users much faster conversion speed than ever before when coping/ripping/converting DVD/Blu-ray, since more CPU resources are spared because of NVIDIA CUDA’s harnessing the power of GPU and AMD APP’s co-using of GPU and CPU.
- New version: v126.96.36.199 (12.20 2016 )
- Support newest NVIDIA CUDA & AMD APP technology to accelerate video encoding/decoding by both H.264 and H.265/HEVC codec.
Note: H.265 CUDA depends on whether your computer is geared up with H.265 encoding capable graphics card. Please refer to the document on official website of nvidia: https://developer.nvidia.com/nvidia-video-codec-sdk
- Further added support for latest Blu-ray MKB v62
- Improved handling for location seeking issues on BD and some VOB files
Step Guide on Converting H.265, Tivo, AVI, WMV, VOB to Apple iPad Pro
Step 1. Import media files & Discs.
Click the top left icon to import Blu-ray/DVD disc, folder, IFO or ISO files; click the second icon to add video files. Or you can drag and drop videos to it directly.
For TiVo files, you can click the top left two icons to load your TiVo video files. When first loading, the program will ask you to input your Media Access Key. Simply enter your Media Access Key and click “OK” to confirm.
Step 2: Choose MP4 format as output format.
Hit the menu bar of “Format”, choose “iPad” category and find the optimal video format for iPad Pro.“iPad HD Video(*.mp4)” is recommended here. You can also choose MOV, MP4, M4V format from Common Video.
Tip: If the default settings do not fit your requirement, you can click “Settings” icon to enter “Profile Settings” panel to adjust video size, bitrate, frame rate and audio channels.
Step 3: Start the HD Videos to iPad Pro conversion.
Hit the big Convert bar, The conversion time mainly depends on your source video file size. After getting the converted movies files, you can transfer the converted HD Videos files to iPad Pro via iTunes.
If you don’t know how to put and play video on iPad Pro, just follow the steps to realize it:
Step 1: Connect your iPad Pro to your PC or Mac
Step 2: Open iTunes if it doesn’t fire up automatically
Step 3: Select your connected iPad from the list of devices. (You’ll find this on top-right or on the sidebar if it’s enabled. You can enable the sidebar from the View menu option.
Step 4: Under the device, you have an option called Movies. Select this. (If you’ve got videos on the iPad already, they’ll be shown as a list)
Step 5: Now all you have to do is drag and drop the video files that you want to copy. To make this easy, have the folder containing the video file ready, have iTunes open in the background and just drag-and-drop the file from the folder into the iTunes window.
Step 6: You should now see a progress bar that will indicate how long it will take to copy the file. Got short videos? Fast. Full-length movies? That’ll take a little time.
Note: Apple iTunes 12 is different than what most users are used to. Here’s how it’s done.
Step 1: Connect the device to your computer using a USB cable. A button will appear toward the upper-left part of the screen. Select it to access the settings on the device.
Step 2: Select the “Photos” option on the left sidebar.
Check the “Sync Photos from” option, then choose to sync “All folders” or “Selected folders”. You can also select the “Include videos” check box to sync your personal videos. If you choose the “Selected folders” option, you will be give the option to check the folders you want to sync to the device.
Step 3: Click the “Done” button, then click “Apply”. iTunes will then transfer your photos over to your Apple device.
Now I believe that you can get excellent movie viewing experience on iPad Pro.
So there you have it. Pretty simple. Now you can start playing HD Videos movies on iPad Pro anywhere you want them.