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Beginner’s Guide to Managing iPad Movies

Watching a movie at home on your TV or home theater PC is a simple affair: Insert the disc or open the file, and you’re ready to go. If you’re a new iPad tablet, however, taking your movie collection with you isn’t quite so easy. After all, you don’t have an optical drive handy for your iPad, and mobile devices often don’t play nicely with video files unless you use the appropriate file format and resolution. But we’ve prepared this collection of how-tos that will walk you through some of the more complicated steps involved in getting movies from your DVDs to your iPad.

First, we’ll show you how to rip your DVD and Blu-ray movies to your computer using the best DVD to iPad Converters and the best Blu-ray to iPad Converters we reviewed, respectively, so you can leave your optical drives behind. Both applications are easy to use, and will make your movies look every bit as good on your computer as they do on the big screen.

How to Play DVD on iPad/iPad 2

How to Watch Blu-ray Movies on iPad (for Mac users)

Next, we’ll outline how to use iPad video converter program to convert video files(including HD,flip video etc) into a format and resolution that your iPad can play.

How to Put Home Videos onto the iPad

How to Convert and Import Flip Video to iPad with Mac?

Finally, if you’ve recently been switching around from one PC to another, you might have problems syncing your iTunes Library purchases. And if that’s the case, you’ll probably need to authorize your new PC to access your iTunes account–and deauthorize your old machine–before you can sync all your iTunes stuff.

How to Authorize or Deauthorize iTunes Account on Multiple Systems

Of course, advanced PC users who know the ins and outs of every gadget they own won’t need these how-tos, but if your family and friends have been picking up Android smartphones or iPads lately, you might want to file this package away for future reference so that you don’t need to guide them through each procedure step-by-step.