Encode 1080P/720P MKV files to iPhone 5 on Mac Mountain Lion

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Encode 1080P/720P MKV files to iPhone 5 on Mac Mountain Lion

Postby jacknjchn » Mon Oct 08, 2012 9:39 am


Apple iOS 6 iPhone 5 is the thinnest, lightest, fastest iPhone ever. It is so thin and so light, yet it features a larger 4-inch display, a faster chip, the latest wireless technology, an 8MP iSight camera, and more. With the improved 1136 x 640 screen resolution, it’ll bring you much more fun.

while, when some users got the source videos in .mkv format, it’ll be disappointed. As we know, iPhone series products are not compatible with the MKV formatted videos but only MOV, MP4 or M4V. If you once want to add MKV to new iPhone 5 for playback, you requires to encode MKV to iPhone 5 supported video format.

Tutorial on MKV to iPhone 5 Mac--Playing 1080p/720p MKV on iPhone 5 on Mac Mountain Lion

Step 1. Free trial Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac and run it as the best Mac MKV to iPhone 5 Converter to import your .mkv files to it. This program supports batch conversion.

Step 2. Click on Format, and from the dropdown menu, select Common video > H.264 Video(*.mp4) that is the optimal output format for iPhone 5.

Step 3. To get a full-screen and HD video for iPhone 5, tap the Settings button to modify the video resolution, video/audio bitrate for your iPhone5.
a. For your 1080p source video, keep the video size as 1920*1080, set video bitrate as 5000fbps is proper.
b. For 720p HD video, we recommend 1136 * 640(full screen) /1280*800(720p HD) video size and 2000fbps video bitrate.

Step 4. Press the Convert button; it will start to convert 1080p/720p MKV to iPhone 5 on Mac OS X immediately.
When the conversion ends, click “Open” button to get the generated h.264 .mp4 movies and then sync the videos to iPhone 5 via iTunes. Later, playing HD MKV moives on iPhone 5 will be so much easy for you.

The best important factor appropriates me to choose Brorsoft MKV to iPhone 5 Converter for Mac is its large variety of video formats. I feel it is very dependable and does exactly what I need it to do. Overall I am very happy with it and feel it was a good investment of my money. So I thinks it's worth to try and you can have a free trial at first.

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