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The Easy Way to Get High-def Videos onto iPad

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 anything you’ve created independently of the store, you may run into a spot of trouble.

There’s an extensive walkthrough over at our website covering how to use Handbrake for downrezing your 1080i/p HD videos to a more manageable resolution, very helpful if you’re in a DIY mood — but there is an easier way.  You can convert HD video to 720p iPad video with our top-rated Aiseesoft iPad Video Converter

The easy way to convert High-def HD video to iPad

Step 1: Add HD video files
If you have download the Aiseesoft iPad video converter on your computer. You can start it and add files to the converter. If you do not download and install. Click here to Download Free Trial Version. And then click”Add File” to load HD videos as you wish.

Step 2. Choose H.264 720P MP4 format for iPad
We all know the iPad can only play back H.264 MPEG4 (.mp4) files, choose H.264 720P MP4 output profile. And in the “Settings” window, all the video/audio parameters are set for playing 1080p on iPad with better quality.

Step 3: Click the “Convert” button to start conversion of 1080p, 1080i HD HD video files to 720P for iPad now.
As long as the conversion is done, you will get the 720p MP4 video files in full screen from its destination folder, and then you can import the files to iTunes and sync videos to your iPad for playing.

Happy squeezing!

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