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According to 9To5Mac source, iOS 5 might bring the ability to play back 1080p video content on the iPad 2, as well as possibly the iPhone 4S and the AppleTV 2. The source notes that with iOS 5 beta 1, 1080P video content now transfers and plays smoothly on the iPad 2.

Some users have already managed to transfer 1080p films on their iPad 2 tablets and play the video content. Users who have tested the feature confirmed that films run seamlessly and added they …

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Great features built for iPad 2 is HD video recording.Wherever you go can record your movements,journey anything any where,it’s easy and simple to use.The HD Quality is also good in night mode also.So all those characters and stories you find wherever you go,Now you’re ready to film them.

Ready to Shoot : iPad 2 is very use full by video shooting in HD 720p HD quality. It’s always ready to shoot wherever you go in any places.You never know when, you never know what. You …

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If you are looking for the best quality from a DVD source on any encoder you will waste your time and disk space if you go from 720 x 480 DVD resolution to the 1024 x 768 HD iPad screen. Never do this as from the real movie quality it doesn’t matter what bit rate you use, you are just adding inexistent quality details that will only use more space.
For DVD movies or videos use the “AppleTV” settings on Handbrake as a maximum quality for reference. The resulting files …

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Reader Jack recently posted us this question
Can you really tell a difference between movies and tv shows in SD vs HD if you’re only going to watch them on the iPad? I tried downloading a few to see for myself but I noticed when you buy an HD video in iTunes you also get the SD version too. Once you sync the iPad I can’t tell which version I’m looking at. I guess a second question is where does it say you’re watching an HD video …

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Even though the iPad has that HD feel, there are plenty of HD files it can’t stomach — the maximum resolution for videos to sync via iTunes is 720p, and anything higher (1080i or 1080p) simply won’t transfer. On the iPhone and iPod touch, the upper limit is even tighter; those devices can only handle 640×480 videos, meaning that a 720p file will stall out. Generally, movies or TV shows purchased from iTunes will arrive with versions tuned for iPad or iPhone devices, but for …

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You may have 1080P videos on your computer, but the iPad can’t play them—in fact, iTunes won’t even let you copy them to the iPad! The easiest solution? Downrez them to 720P.
If you watch content in widescreen and want to maximize storage, you can save some disk space by using an application like Handbrake or iPad Video Converter to transcode your videos into the largest 16:9 resolution the iPad’s XGA screen natively supports: 1024 by 576 pixels.
That’ll save you roughly—and I do mean “roughly”, …