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[20 Apr 2013 | No Comment | ]

The iPad and iPad mini are all great for watching videos, but Apple’s devices don’t support most iPad video formats. In fact, the new iPad and iPad miniare limited to playing H.264 videos if you want high resolutions: they can play MPEG-4 videos but only up to 640×480.  And you guys usually get videos from various sources. It means most videos you have are in various formats like AVI, MKV, FLV, WMV, MTS, M2TS and so on. This will cause you trouble when you try to play your videos on …

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[2 Jan 2013 | 5 Comments | ]

With its large, crisp HD screen, the iPad is the perfect mobile platform for watching videos. You can choose to play your own videos captured on your iPad, etc, or you can buy or rent movies from iTunes.

Playing Videos
To begin playing one of the videos on your iPad, touch the Videos icon on the home screen , and then choose a category from the options that are shown. Once in your chosen category, select a video to watch and touch the filename to begin playback. If the video has chapters …

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[10 Apr 2012 | No Comment | ]

I recently answered the following question.”When you download a video podcast to your iPad, where does it go? How do I play it? How to explore the free video podcasts available on iTunes?” Today’s tip will show you how to explore and play the free video podcast content on iPad. Here’s how:

Start by opening the iTunes application, then tap the podcast button at the bottom of the screen. You may then use the Search function at the top right of the screen to search for podcasts of a particular type. …

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[18 Feb 2012 | No Comment | ]

Even if Apple keeps improving the camera on your iPad, your videos are not going to be any better if you don’t have a steady pulse or a tripod. There are two apps that help you to fix shaky video and stabilise your videos on your iPad directly.
Fix Shaky iPad video with iMovie
As a renowned amateur video editing tool, iMovie [iTunes link] must is the first choice for Apple customers for editing video. To fix shaky video, iMovie actually works by analyzing every single frame in a video clip and …

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[20 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]

When you see these words – the latest music videos, short movies, TV shows, funny and extreme videos; Upload, share, and embed your videos, do you know what I want to talk about? Yes, the Dailymotion! This post introuduces two ways to stream and play Dailymotion video on iPad.
Play Dailymotion Videos on iPad with Dailymotion Video Stream App
Dailymotion Video Stream is an iPad and iPhone app that provides a new, immersive experience to discovering videos. It features your own personal dashboard where you can access your favorite HD videos and …

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[6 Jun 2011 | 2 Comments | ]

Father’s Day will come on 19th June! Happy Fathers Day to all your Dads though it’s a little bit earlier to say so, whatever, special days should be treated specially!
This year, try to be unique this Father’s day by giving your Dad something different. He may be dumbfounded if you end up handing him a new Apple iPad with top father’s day movies. Right?
Well, here is a list of the top 5 Father’s Day movies to watch on the cool new iPad tablet, but some …

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[5 Jun 2010 | 2 Comments | ]

With its ever expanding catalog of movies and TV shows, the iTunes Store is a great place to stock up on video content for an iPad. But why spend your hard-earned money there when you already have a vast collection of DVDs, iMovies, and other video files at your fingertips? With the help of best DVD to iPad converter and iPad video converter software, you can convert these videos into iPad-compatible files.
Rip movie DVDs
Let’s say that you purchased a movie on DVD, and that …

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[30 May 2010 | No Comment | ]

By now you’re probably well aware that the shiny new iPad is missing something: support for Adobe Flash content. Even Adobe called out Jobs and co. for its omission on the device that will herald the renaissance of the tablet computing form factor (maybe).
Still, despite the prevalence of Flash use in popular video sites and casual games, you won’t be left completely out in the cold when it comes to watching video on your iPad, thanks in large part to the advent of the …