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Memeroy bug when i converted a movie instead of the 174.4 mb it said it required it took up 331.9 mb. Is that normol for converting or no?

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Depends what format you converted it into and what program you used to convert.

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How to convert DVD and video to iPad


With the multimedia capabilities of the iPad (It can play MP4 and H.264 video), there is no doubt that we will want to rip DVD or convert video for using on the Apple tablet iPad. This tutorial will guide you through the entire process using the DVD Vide to iPad Ripper. For more features about it, you can vistit here. In the tutorial, we took the copy of Pixar's "A Bug's Life" and coverte the DVD for use on the iPad. The processing time is dependant upon your computer's processor and the legnth of your DVD. "A Bug's Life" is 1 hour and 34 minutes. On my computer, the entire process took roughly 30 minutes from start to finish. Now, let’s start the guide.

Step1. Download and install DVD Video to iPad Ripper, here is the directly download link, the file size is about 12MB. it’s an all-in-one converter that can rip protected DVD movie and convert video to MP4 video for iPad. Then run the DVD to iPad Converter.

Step2: Load your DVD files into iPad Converter. Here we can load three kinds of DVD's:
1. Real DVD, Insert your DVD disc into your computer drive, click 'Add...' to load it.
2. DVD ISO image (some torrent movies), you can amount your ISO files in the daemon tools and then click 'Load ISO file' to import it. No other iPad Converter can convert ISO file except this one.
3. A DVD folder, sometimes you may store the DVD folder in your hard drive, it appears like 'Video_TS' 'Audio_TS' folders. You can load it by clicking the 'load DVD folders'.
Step3: Select Profile, Subtitle, Audio, output directory setting
After you load DVD or video into the software, click the Profile drop-down list to select iPad Video MPEG-4 (*.mp4)' as output format.
Regular DVD movies usually have several subtitles such as English, French, German, etc. You can select one you prefer. You can also delete the subtitle by selecting 'No Subtitle'. Selecting Audio is the same. For more advanced settings, you can open the setting panel by clicking 'Settings'.

Step4: After all things done, click the 'Start' to begin the conversion. When the conversion is completed, click 'Find Target' to located the converted DVD or video file on your computer.

Step 5: If you want to add the converted DVD files to iPad through iTunes, please make sure your have the iTunes 9.1 at first, then follow these steps:
1. Connect your iPad to computer with the USB cable.
2. Open iTunes and wait for it to recognize your iPad.
3. locate the converted videos and drag them into your iTunes library.
3. Depending on your configuration, auto-sync should begin.
4. If not, then manually select whatever features you like to sync your iPad with and press the Sync button.
This all-in-one iPad Converter Suite also includes a iPad Video Converter, it can help you convert all regular video formats to mp4 video for playback on iPad, it supports video formats as follow:
AVI, XviD, MKV, VOB, WMV, MPEG, MPG, FLV, DAT, RM, RMVB, MOV, ASF, FLV, MP4, M4V;
Limewire, Bearshare, YouTube, Megavideo, Real Player, QuickTime, Camera, DV, etc.

The operation steps are similar to DVD to iPad Converter.

Step1. Click "Add" to load your video into the software, this iPad Video Converter supports batch conversion; you can add multiple video clips at one time.

Step2. Click "Profile" drop-down list to select MP4 video as output format. If you want to join all video files into one mp4 file, you can click the checkbox "Merge into one file" on the main interface.

Step3. Click "Start" to run the conversion process, done. Then you can follow above steps to transfer video to iPhone.

on May 15, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Hey, I have converted a .vob movie file to a MPEG-4 movie, which my cellphone supports, but when I try to play it the phone say "Can't play". Are the file to big? It is 165 Mb and has the...


Your English is not so bad.....
At first convert the video to .avi(mpeg4). Then convert that .avi(mpeg4) file to .3gp (for cellphone). and I think it will work sucessfully, because I also do the same thing.

Thanks You

Dec 29, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Big city rigs


first check if your computer answers the following requirements:

Windows® XP/Vista

Minimum Requirements:
  • Pentium® 1.7 GHz or similar processor
  • 512 MB RAM
  • DirectX® Compatible Video Card
  • 128 MB Video RAM
  • DirectX® 9.0c
  • 2 GB Hard Drive Space
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Recommended Requirements:
  • Pentium® IV 2 GHz or similar processor
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 3D Video Card with at least 256 MB Video RAM
  • DirectX® 9.0c
  • 2 GB Hard Drive Space
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if you do, please tell me exactly what happens when you try to install the game

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I downloaded a free avi to mp4 converter to convert my movie. i put it on my media card and it still wont read. i have a BB curve 8330 from sprint. it shows its about to load for like 2 seconds then error


re-install it or download a different program. may be a conflict but sound likde a bug in the program. the programs creatiers may be better suited to de bug it.

Nov 24, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry? Curve 8330 Cellular Phone

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Storage Capasity


It's probably just a bug with Windows Media Player. Nothing is wrong with the player. Try using different software to synch the device or just copy and paste your songs onto the mp3 player. They should work as long as they're in MP3 format.

If you don't have them in MP3, then try searching online for a converter

Mar 10, 2009 | Sony Walkman NWZ-B103F MP3 Player

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ERROR IN MOVIE WIZARD


Not sure what it means, but I found a way around it.

I get the same error when I try to burn a WMV (Windows Media Video) file to a DVD.

As a work-around, I converted the file to a MPG (MPEG-2) file. That took the size from 41 Mb to 357 Mb.

I was then able to burn the MPG file to a DVD successfully.

If you still have trouble, I would suggest creating an ISO image of the MPG file. That takes the size from 357 Mb to 508 Mb. You should then be able to create a DVD directly from the image file.

Good luck!

Evan

Apr 22, 2008 | Ulead Videostudio 8 for PC

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