Sync iTunes music/movies to iPad for Playback

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Sync iTunes music/movies to iPad for Playback

Postby bobsmith2012 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 7:59 am

Apple’s iPad packs a beautiful of external appearance design and an amazing high definition screen under a Gorilla Glass. Especially after the Retina display has been added into the new iPad, the iPad series have acctracted billions of users. Released on September of 2012, iPad 4 and iPad Mini offers excellent experience for listening to music, enjoying HD movies and playing games. Some people may want to know how to easily transfer music, movies and TV shows from iTunes to iPad 4 and iPad Mini. Below is a quick guide for you:
Part 1. How to transfer music and videos from iTunes to iPad1. Add video resources to iTunes Library

Before syncing media files to iPad, you need to add them to iTunes library first. Launch your iTunes and click on “File" > “Add File to Library" or “Add Folder to Library" to import the videos and music to iTunes library.


Note: iTunes only supports these video and audio formats including MP4, M4V, MOV, MP3, AIFF, WAV, etc. And for other media formats like AVI, FLV, MKV, WMV, MTS, etc, you can’t directly import them to iTunes for transferring to iPad. So, you need to convert them into iTunes friendly formats with Any Video Converter free and Any Audio Converter Free.

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2. Connect your iPad to computer and start to sync

Connect your iPad to the computer with the USB cable, and then check “Manually manage music and videos".


3. Sync music and videos from iTunes library to iPad

Click iTunes “File" and then choose the option “Sync iPad". After the transferring process completed, you can easily find and play the music and videos on your iPad. Rather easy, isn’t it? That’s the whole process of adding media files from iTunes to iPad 4 and iPad Mini. Now just enjoy your iTunes music and movies on your iPad anywhere and anytime you like!

Part 2. How to Backup and Enjoy iTunes Rented movies on iPad 4 and iPad Mini

Besides those videos you need to import to iTunes library, there are also plenty of movies and TV shows in iTunes Store. You need purchase or rent them before you can enjoy them. General speaking, movies and TV shows you rented from iTunes Store are limited to play in 24 hours once you started to watch it. It means you can’t keep the iTunes M4V rentals on your iPad for watching after they are expired. What a pity!

And now, with the help of Noteburner M4V Converter Plus (For Mac) & (For Windows) you can remove the DRM protection from iTunes movie rentals and convert the M4V to common video formats for transferring to iPad 4 and iPad Mini.

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