Thanks to the help and advice on this excellent forum, I recently purchased an AirStash and GoFlex Satellite for movie storage to watch...
What I definately need is a way to add movies that are in m4v format that will be watchable in the definition that they are currently...
My Itunes dont synch m4v movies to my Ipad, Error message say It cant be played on Ipad. I find that strange since it plays perfectly in Itunes....
So for whatever reason, my MP4s and M4Vs are no longer showing up in iTunes. If I go to drag the file into the movies section, it doesn't show. If...
YouTube videos have sound, but an M4V file doesn't. Only the picture is shown. The same file plays picture and sound on my Linux desktop.
Just trying to figure out the best way to get my movies on the ipad. Plan on using handbrake, but not sure what settings to use.
...plays videos and I use the html5 video tag to do so. The video is a m4v file which is multi-lingual for sound as well as captions. If I open...
Not sure why I am unable to import m4v files into the music or music video folders?
I have successfully imported .m4v files into iTunes movie...
I've rented a movie in my ipad but then I wanted to watch it in my computer. I tried through iTunes and couldn't do it. Next I used DiskAid, an...
They also accept m4v
yes m4v will play on ipad
...the ipad but it has to be in the file format name the camera gives the file.
Doesn't Handbrake convert the .avi files to .m4v rather than .mp4? I think all mine were converted to .m4v.
Does iPad plays m4v format coz through handbrake m4v format is produced....
And m not able to add such file into iTunes movie library plz help
Yes, iPad can play iTunes M4V movies, you'd better look at this:Tune4mac iTunes Video Converter Platinum, it's able to help you convert iTunes M4V...
I think, this is the wrong thread to ask that ;)
I use HandBreake to convert them to m4v. iOS only Supports m4v.
I think the file extension should be .m4v.
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It has to be in a .m4v format. Use Handbrake to convert it.
LOL, iOS must be based on DOS...
You can only get DVD's/M4v movies into the Video directory by using iTunes
.mp4, .mov, and .m4v work fine as long as they are sized to play on the iPad.
Well i don 't see a screenshot but make sure the videoclips are iPad compatible .mov or .m4v files.
I believe you'll have to convert.avi. Also found my movie files and they are m4v. Not sure about x.264.
...its the ONLY format. Apple doesn't support anything else really, except for m4v which is basically only disctributed by Apple, never seen one...
As long as its an mp4 yea. Just rename the extension to m4v to make it apple friendly. I think the goflex will play mp4s straight up.
Hmmm mp4 is compatible with the iPad. Just for giggles, change the extension on one of the movies to .m4v and see if that will import.
Can't seem to play videos on it though. I've uploaded them to my dropbox And they're in .m4v format so they should play. Any ideas anyone?
You can use anything formatted for Itunes which means m4v, and you can also stream movies from itunes from your computer on your local network.
...This software is so good and free. It plays almost all formats including m4v. APPLIDIUM should be thanked profusely for providng this fo iPad...
Legally remove DRM from WMV/WMA/M4P/M4V/ASF... using record technically process which records play and saves the recordings in unprotected digital...
If you are talking about kids, just convert them to m4v or mp4 and be done with it. You can get video catalyst for like $10. Job done.
Filebrowser can stream movies but they need to be in m4v format (it might also work in mp4). It won't stream avi or mkv.
I bought AVPlayerHD and it has one fatal flaw... it can't display muxed (embedded) vobsubs in m4v files.
Killer for an anime fan.
If I remember correctly one file type shows up under Movies, the other under TV Shows.
Hi,franky, if you want to convert m4v for ipad 2, you can try AVS4Mac M4V Converter.
I don't think you should have any problem with that. iOS5.1 does support 1080p, and .mov and .m4v are the native formats.
They are in the same folders as your mp3s...just do a search in the folder for .m4v or .mp4...or whatever extension your videos are.
You can try right click and select to open with iTunes.
Make sure it saved it in .m4v format
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Strange... For days iTunes would not load the m4v file. Just tried it again and it is loaded on iTunes. I can now recommend handbrake and vlc player!
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