This is a discussion on Importing Images Mac Book Pro to iPad within the iPad General Discussions forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by Rasputina Dock your ipad to your computer, then click on the ipads photos page and click the button that says sync photos, ...
OK. So I was trying the easy way when it should be obvious that since the iPad lacks a file system (waiting for 4.0) that would behove me to go back to iPhoto and organize into named folders, then sync with iPad the image/files that I'd want on the iPad.
As it was my first sync with iPhoto brought over many I'd didn't want and Many duplicates. After cleaning up iPhoto on MBP and syncing with iPad went from 2,000+ images on iPad to 300+.
I have been unable to move photos from iphoto to my ipad. I connect my ipad to the computer, i go to the Advance tab in itunes and select "Choose Photos to Share", I select iphoto, I select an album, I click the apply button. I disconnect the ipad then reconnect. The ipad syncs - but then, no photos on the ipad. What am I doing wrong? I have seen advice referring to a "photo tab" in itunes. I am not seeing a photo tab.
If I use the Apple adapter I can take photos straight from an SD card to the iPad. However, if I sync photos into the MacBook, there seems to be no way of dragging and dropping from there to the iPad via iTunes. I get the same message mentioned by others, namely the the photos cannot be played on the iPad, but the direct transfer method clearly demonstrates that they can. It's doing my head in! Any ideas....???
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I have pictures on my MacBook pro, it's difficult for me to import all these pictures in to my iPad 2 as lm a new user can some Body help thanks
Are the images in iPhoto? If they are they should sync straight across when you connect your iPad to your MacBook Pro. When your iPad is connected, click on the iPad name in the left hand pane of iTunes, then click on photos tab at top of the iTunes screen, you'll then see the syncing options, check which ever options are the ones that you want then hit the sync button again.Originally Posted by Kingsman81
Hope that helps.
Is it possible to transfer a folder of written material from a MacBookPro to an iPad 2?
iPad supports jpg, png and gif. You can't directly transfer pictures from Mac to iPad. You should search some transfer programs to help you, such as MobileTrans or others. With this kind of transfer program, you can move files with convenience.
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