Batch convert VOB, WMV to iTunes 11 supported format

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Batch convert VOB, WMV to iTunes 11 supported format

Postby lydia622520 » Mon Sep 09, 2013 6:50 am

Summary: Since installed the new iTunes 11, many users can’t successfully add videos to iTunes 11 in various situation. This tutorial just aims to solve iTunes 11 won’t import VOB, WMV video issues.

When you add video files like WMV, VOB to iTunes 11 library, you'll be disappointed since iTunes natively doesn't support the .wmv, .vob format. First of all, have a look at the related issues:

Q1: I have latest update of iTunes 11 on a PC running on XP. I have a few WMV files I'd like to add to iTunes and convert for my iPod Touch. According to the help files I should be able to drag and drop the files or go to Files>Add File To Library. Nothing happens with either option. And yes I have already searched this forum. No one seems to want to answer this question. Can someone give it a go please?

Q2: Is there a way to convert .vob files to be able to upload them to iTunes 11 so that I can put them on my 3rd generation iPad? I am having trouble finding a way to put my own videos onto my iPad. Need help!

As we know, iTunes can only support .mp4, .m4v, or .mov format. That means in order to import WMV, VOB to iTunes 11, you need to convert WMV/VOB to iTunes supported video formats first and then transfer the converted videos to iTunes for playback.

Here Brorsoft Video Converter is recommended as the most appropriate tool to convert WMV, VOB, MTS, MKV, AVI, MPG, etc files to iTunes MP4, MOV or M4V fast yet with high output video quality. This program is fully compatible with Windows 8/7/XP/Vista. If you're using a Mac, simply get the equivalent Mac Video Converter to convert WMV, VOB to play in iTunes on Mac OS X (Lion and Mountain Lion included). Download WMV/VOB to iTunes Converter and start the conversion.

How to convert WMV/VOB to iTunes 11 playable video

1. Open the program and load the WMV, VOB video files from your computer or devices in either of the 2 ways: 1> Click Add Files to browse and select videos for conversion. 2> Directly drag the files to the program interface to load them.

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2. Since iTunes supports MP4, M4V and MOV formats, you can click Format bar and choose any of the three from Common Video as the output file format.

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Tip: If you want to transfer .wmv, .vob to iTunes for playing on iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, etc., you can also directly select a format from decent device preset like iPad.

3. Hit Convert button to start converting the added WMV, VOB to iTunes MP4. When the process is done, click Open button to locate the converted videos.

4. Now open iTunes and click File > Add Files to Library to import the converted video files to iTunes library. Now you can play the WMV, VOB files in iTunes without any troubles or just transfer them to your iPhone, iPad, iPod without any restrict.

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Re: Batch convert VOB, WMV to iTunes 11 supported format

Postby jacknjchn » Thu Sep 12, 2013 3:20 am

Summary: From this article, you can learn how to convert AVI to iTunes supported video and import to iTunes for organizing, playing or sharing.

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Q1. ”I have many video files in AVI format, but I don’t know how I can add these files to iTunes and sync to my iPod, iPhone later.”

Q2. “I have imported my DVD collection into my hard drive. Currently the format is AVI and cannot be imported into iTunes. Any fast solution?”

When you try to load AVI to iTunes library, or even want to add them to work on your iDevices like iPhone or iPad, you may have met some troubles like above quoted. Are you looking for a simple solution to importing multiple .avi files into iTunes with smooth playback? Here is how to.

In fact, AVI is unaccepted by iTunes. Since iTunes only accepts MOV, MP4, and M4V formats, you will need to convert .avi to itunes supported format and then transfer to iPad and other iOS devices. Brorsoft Video Converter is just such a video converter you need, which comes with super high conversion speed and keep the output files in good quality simultaneously. If you running a Mac computer and looking for a solution for converting file format from AVI to pretty much any other video file, please try Video Converter for Mac. Now follow the step-by-step guide for you.

Tutorial: Converting AVI to iTunes format

1. Install and run this best AVI to iTunes Converter. Click Add button to load the AVI files to the program. You can also drag videos to the converter directly.

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2. Click Format bar and choose any of the MP4, M4V and MOV from “Common Video” as the output file format. If you want to import .avi to iTunes for playing on iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, etc., you can also directly select a format from decent device preset like iPad.

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3. Finally click the Convert button to begin encoding AVIs to iTunes format.

After encoding process has finished successfully, go into the destination directory and drop the converted files into iTunes or use the "Add to Library" option on the "File" menu. Once all this is done, sync your iOS device with iTunes and your videos will be ready to play, enjoy them!

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