Free video to iPhone 5 video converter on Mac

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Janety
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Free video to iPhone 5 video converter on Mac

Postby Janety » September 25, 2013, 11:16 am

According to iPhone's official page, there are many technical specifications as follows for iPhone video file:

Video Format: MP4, MOV, M4V
Video Size: up to 640x480
Video Framerate: up to 30fps
Video Bitrate: up to 1.5Mbps for H.264, or 2.5Mbps for MPEG-4
Audio: AAC up to 160Kbps, 48kHz

For this reason , if you have an iPhone and want to play movies on it, you need to convert the video first. Usually, freeware is the best. here you can try macx video converter free editon.

1. convert AVI, MPEG, WMV, MP4, FLV, F4V, MKV, AVCHD, M2TS, H.264/AVC, MOD, etc to play on iPhone 5S/5C/5, iPad Mini, iPad 4/3/2, iPod, Samsung Galaxy S4/S3, HTC One, WP8, Google new Nexus 7, PSP, etc.
2. trim, cut, crop, merge video clips;
3. Extract picture and audio from video
4. combine several photos into an amazing slideshow and convert to MP4, MOV, etc for playback on iPhone, iPad, Android or upload to YouTube, Blog, etc.

hugozhor
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Joined: April 3, 2013, 2:59 pm

Re: Free video to iPhone 5 video converter on Mac

Postby hugozhor » September 27, 2013, 4:21 pm

Nice, maybe will give it a try next time !

JeanLiu
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Re: Free video to iPhone 5 video converter on Mac

Postby JeanLiu » November 23, 2013, 8:52 am

Can iPad Air play Videos, Blu-ray and DVD movies with SBS 3D effect

Tutorial: Convert 2D/3D video/blu-ray/dvd to Side-by-Side 3D MP4 for iPad Air

Step 1. Launch iPad Air 3D Video Converter; import video/disc.

Click the top left disc&folder icon to import videos or blu-ray/dvd discs. Most mainstream video formats are supported, such as MKV/MOV/AVI/WMV/Tivo/VOB/MPG. It will also help you to roll off your disc protection as well as region code easily.

Step 2. Choose format.

Click the "Format" drop-down list and choose "3D Vdieo -> MP4 Side-by-Side 3D Video (*.mp4)" as the best preset for iPad Air.

Step 3. Adjust conversion specs and 3D effect (Optional)

Click "Settings" to enter the Profile Settings window; you can free change video size (1920*1080 recommended for iPad Air), bitrate (turn it down if you want to videos in smaller file size) and frame rate.

You can also can change 3D depth on the bottom.

Step 4. Start conversion.

Now back to the main interface and hit "Convert" to start the conversion. Wait for moments till the conversion completed, then click "Open output folder" to quick locate converted SBS 3D MP4 videos for iPad Air. Now, you can sync video files to iPad Air via iTunes 11

camilleroberts
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Re: Free video to iPhone 5 video converter on Mac

Postby camilleroberts » April 3, 2015, 4:42 am

I don't vote for free converter program. I got several AVI movies before and convert them to MOV with a free converter. After conversion, I found some parts of the movie are missing. It a 2-hour movie, but the converted video remain half. It drove me mad. Now I turn to Mac Video Converter software. With it, the converted videos remain lossless. You can try it.

sherrychurchill
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Re: Free video to iPhone 5 video converter on Mac

Postby sherrychurchill » July 26, 2015, 9:44 am

Turn on iTunes on Mac, and go to “Edit > Preference > Devices”, and check “Prevent iPods, iPhones and iPads from syncing automatically”.
Plug iPhone into computer via the USB cable. iTunes will recognize your iPhone and show it at the upper right corner of the main interface. Click “File > Add Files to Library” at the upper left corner of iTunes to add videos files.
After iTunes add videos files into library, you can click the icon of iPhone at the upper right corner, and then choose movies/TV shows/iTunes U and so on in the summary panel. Then you can convert the videos file on iTunes or put it on your Mac to change.


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