How to convert DVD/video to iPad with one tool

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How to convert DVD/video to iPad with one tool

Postby Gillian231 » Fri Dec 07, 2012 8:14 am

If you want to enjoy a DVD on iPad, you can use a DVD to iPad Converter to rip the DVD to iPad video format; if you want to enjoy a non-supported video on iPad, you can use iPad Video Converter to convert the video to iPad supported format. However, it wastes money if you want to enjoy both DVD and a general video on iPad, which needs you to buy both of the software.

Now you don’t need to worry about that. There is one suite software which owns the both tool at the same time—DVD to iPad Suite.
With it, you can easily convert DVD or general video files to iPad supported formats, including MP4, H.264, M4V, and so on. Moreover, you can extract audio files from DVD or videos and then convert them to iPad supported MP3, AAC, AIFF, M4A, etc.


From the friendly interface, we can see that this suite tool consists of DVD to iPad Converter and iPad Video Converter at the same time, and owns all functions of the two software.
Download and run it, you can select one part to load your files. If you need to convert DVD, just open the DVD to iPad Converter part to load DVD, select a proper video format, and click “Convert” button to rip it; if you want to convert a general video file, like MKV, AVI, just open the “iPad Video Converter” section to load your video to convert.

During conversion, you can also adjust DVD or video output effect wit the powerful edit functions. Both separate sections provide the edit functions. When you load a DVD or video, you can trim its time length, clip extra edges, add watermark, as well as adjust brightness, contrast, and saturation, and join two or more files into one.

If you are Mac users, you can use DVD to iPad Suite for Mac.
It is designed for Mac fans to convert DVD or video files to iPad on Mac. Except the difference of Windows and Mac, the two tools’ features are the same powerful.


Both the Windows and Mac software are compatible with other Apple devices besides iPad, like iPad 2, iPad 3, iPhone, iPod, etc. So after conversion, you can also view the files on any one of them.
What’s more, you can preview conversion effect during the process, and have a snapshot to save as your favorite images. By the way, they provide free trial, so just download either to have a try.
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