Stream iTunes movies to LG G-Pad for playback easily

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Stream iTunes movies to LG G-Pad for playback easily

Postby madison768 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:27 am

LG G Pad is a great tablet for people who want a mini size tablet. As one of the best tablets in market, it give us many wonderful experience, however, there is a pity for movie fans, LG g Pad can't play DRMed iTunes videos.

If you want to transfer iTunes movies or TV shows to G-Pad. Here this post will give you a perfect solution to easily remove DRM protection off iTunes and make the movies compatibled well with G-Pad.

Below is a step by step Guide on how to convert iTunes movies to LG G-Pad.

Step 1. Free download, install and run the top iTunes to G Pad Converter onto your PC and import your iTunes files (movies or TV shows) to the program.


Step 2. Select the output format. Just choose “Android > Android Tablets 720p Video (*.mp4)” which is a common format specially designed for LG G-Pad.

Below is the best format settings per my experience: (Click “Settings” button to set the video/audio parameters for the best G Pad Video format)

For watching videos on the Android-based phone, 720p with 1500~2000kbps is just all right. I find that bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss.

Step 3. After above steps, just click “Convert” to start removing iTunes DRM protection and converting iTunes M4V to LG G Pad MP4.

Once the process completes, download and sync the DRM-free iTunes videos to LG G Pad for playing back as you want.
Note: For Windows users, just follow the above guide to finish your work about converting iTunes movies to LG G Pad. For Mac users, you can get the Mac iTunes m4v Converter to finish your work on Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Mac OS X Mountain Lion(10.8) etc.


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