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Windows 7: Software to xfer video/movies from WinPc to Ipad ?

07 Jun 2012   #1

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
Software to xfer video/movies from WinPc to Ipad ?

A female friend just got an IPAD !

Beings she has breasteses, I said I would find a way to xfer my d/led movies to her Ipad.

One thing to consider is that that Ipad seems to like MP4 video. So I'll need to convert all of my *.avi, *.mkv, and *.wmv movies and convert them to *.mp4 format before moving them over.

It seems as though Media Buddy would /will be best as it does two jobs, converts any video to mp4 format(the ONE that Ipad prefers) AND xfers it over to the Ipad!

I think Media Buddy will be the way to go if I can find it!

Alot of people, Apple folk and others, said/say use Itunes.

I ok d/led Itunes and installed it. Itunes ONLY recognises mp4 video/movies and although Win7 Home Premium sees the Ipad, the Itunes I installed does not!

Ok So I've got to convert the movie file but then how/where in Itunes do I xfer the files over?

So how do I get Itunes to recognize my friends Ipad AND then how do I xfer the movies? What/Where/Which button on which menu does the xfer?

Obviously I don't have the Apple logo tattooed to my butt. i.e. I am illiterate when it comes to Apple computers, pads, pod, etc.

I thought an Apple pad was for a bleeding Macintosh!! 8^)

Any other suggestions?

thanks chris

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07 Jun 2012   #2

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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Service Pack 1

Freemake Video Converter can do both. Free Video Converter| MP4 FLV 3GP AVI MKV DVD| FREE Download. It looks like you just select the Apple icon and check the iTunes box.
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08 Jun 2012   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64bit

Here's another software to consider: Handbrake

This will convert the video from one format to another. Then the job of getting onto the iPad is varied. From a simple file transfer; to using other software; to using iTunes.
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