http://www.apple.com/ipad/specs/. Scroll down to TV and Video. Hope that helpsOriginally Posted by Sjwred
This is a discussion on iPad and USB flash memory card within the iPad General Discussions forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by Sjwred I forgot,what format on video does the iPad work on? I filmed my little one learning on her bike from a ...
Thanks for thatOriginally Posted by Gabriel1
Hey guys, just thought I would post up how I use the iPad2 with the camera attachment. I film a lot of video's using my Contour1080p helmet cam. I record my video's in 720p 60fps. I remove my microSD card from the camera and put it into an Adapter SDCard, the Adapter SDCard into the iPad camera connector, and the files are available for import into the iPad2 camera roll.
After importing the video files onto the iPad, an option is presented asking if I want to delete the files off of the source SDCard. I accept this and my files are removed from the SDCard so it is ready for my next ride. I use only a single 16GB MicroSD card for weekly long trips and it has worked perfect the last few months (used the iPad1 previously)... no PC required when camping out in the Sand Dunes of Glamis!
These files are .MOV format and they are imported and play with no issues on the iPad2.
Here is my setup:
Sorry blurry picture (iPad2 camera )
If interested, here is a sample raw video I have uploaded, no conversions or editing done.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OrxG-W33PU"]April 2011 Buttercup Video[/ame]
Also if your recorded video isn't natively supported, you can download the latest Handbrake version, which has an iPad format built-in so that you can convert your video to a format iPad likes.Originally Posted by Sjwred
My mini disc recoded the video in VR mode, (makes no sense to me),the mini disc works on my dvd player but when i burnt it to another dvd size disc i cannot copy it to the laptop but it will play it.I tried the disc un-finalised and finalised .
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I'm not sure of exactly what steps you took, but perhaps you made a standard DVD movie on the normal size disc. If you did, that means you'll have to "rip" the DVD to your laptop, as opposed to just copying it. What kind of laptop do you have? If you have a Mac, I believe the Handbrake Mac version can do this for you. If Windows, then there's some other programs that can do the same thing. I would try googling "DVD to iPad", as I have not done that before.Originally Posted by Sjwred
It sounds, as if you somehow copy-protected the Disc. It happened to me too. AnyDVD solves the problem though
Try a new SD card with no pictures on it.
I seem to be missing something here. The original question in this thread was how to move pictures FROM the iPad 2 to a storage medium, like an SD card, without using a computer. I have a new SD card and added a DCIM folder to it and hooked it up to the iPad using the camera connect kit. When I look at pictures on the iPad and tap copy, nothing happens. How can I get them to move FROM the iPad TO the SD card attached with the camera kit.
Help me if you can.
You can't....it's a 1-way street....the cck is only used for importing pics/vids from SD to ipad.Originally Posted by maconmac
Only with a jailbreak can the blockade be lifted....