Well I'm converting them for my HD TV, streaming to my iPad is secondary but I guess the ATV 2 setting may work best for you.
EDIT: The reason I say that is the iPad setting is probably for the earlier model although I can't be certain of this.
I've chosen Ipad setting but its all distored - tried universal and its the same
maybe its the dvd
I've been converting DVD's all afternoon with no problem at all, using different settings to judge what I was after and everyone came out fine so something else appears to be wrong.
WOnder what tho!
I'll try a diff dvd
tried a different dvd and same thing happening :(
I wouldn't advise buying the software until you check out the free options.
It is working with protected dvd its just poor quality :(
You can follow this format settings using HandBrake or visit here www.videotoipad3.com
Originally Posted by Christina1982
Video file format: *.mp4
Encoder: H.264 Codec
Audio Codec: AAC
Resolution: 720p (1280*720)
Frame Rate: 25 fps
Though the file sizes are larger, it would be nice and easier to be able to play the vobs directly like a software DVD player.
I use progie called WinX DVD Ripper which so far has worked very well. Typically I rip two formats. One an exact copy, which is a very large file in the range of 4 to 6 Gb. This I keep on a external hard drive for my PC or other future use.
The other I convert to a that Works well on the iPad and it gets stored on a Segate satellite portable drive.
It also works well to convert DVD recordings that I've made of movies or tv shows but that quality is not a high a resolution as when ripping 'produced' DVDs.
When it comes time to travel I load my of my wife's IPad with what ever movies we'd like to take.
It offers a number of conversion types.
Base cost was $35. Updates offered after Jan 1 cost another $35 for that calendar year.
Free upgrades for the calendar year. From what I can tell the upgrades which come about every three weeks a countering new anti piracy technology.
Simple to use....