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I use iskysoft and handbrake. Iskysoft works well however the software is not free while handbrake is almost as good and is free.Originally Posted by ipad1992
I use AVplayer HD to view on the iPad. One great thing about AVplayer is that you can directly import from your computer to your iPad via wifi. Can be slow but it works.
Must be the conversion. I've never had that problem in 500 gigs worth of movies and tv shows.Originally Posted by Raiderspen
Also I concur some of the conversions are breathtaking when viewing.
I played 720p movies on my iPad2 and it looks fantastic. But I only stream them via wifi using the Air Video App / Server. The server is free but Air Video app is paid -- though there is a free version (which I use) with some limitations (but if you have patience the limitation is nothing)... Hehehe. It also supports subtitles and if your computer is a good one, you can crank the quality higher.
You cannot actually watch movies on the iPad because the CPU and the GPU are not strong enough. For that sort of thing you need a real computer.
I use handbrake to convert movies to my iPad 2 and they look perfect. Filling up my tablet quite nicely with movies .
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I use dvdfab it converts my DVD to iPad format in around 45 mins.
Quality is great. I use Handbrake. I'm lazy about converting, though, because it takes time. I usually just stream Netflix.