Can Someone Tell Me....

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by Ultrimate, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. Ultrimate

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    How to import pic without a camera kit..

    How to import video.. Mpeg..or avi..

    How to import mp3...

    Thx in advance..
     
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    ?? Sync the iPad to your computer.

    Or for pics, you can email them to yourself, read the email on the iPad and then save the image.
     
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    To learn how to get pictures and MP3s on your iPad, I recommend you check out the iPad User Manual. It has a lot of good info for new users.

    As for AVIs and MPEGs, unfortunately the iPad can't natively play them. You can either convert them to an iPad friendly format with a program like Handbrake or you can stream them using an iPad app like AirVideo (highly recommend).

    Good luck.
     
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    iTunes is your answer.
     
  5. Ultrimate

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    Hey that air video looks cool, I'm dl'in the free version now!!
     
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    IMHO, it is one of the best iPad apps. Being able to stream my whole video library (currently 2+TB) to my iPad over my local network is great. Being able to stream it over the internet is even better :D.
     
  7. Ultrimate

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    Yeah, I hooked it up, was even able to transfer thru wifi, what's cool is after vids are converted u don't need to have pc or Mac on at all!

    What's the main diff. Between free version a full version? Should I spring the few dollars and get the full version?
     
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    It came highly recommended from a friend so I popped for the paid version right away. I therefore don't know what limitations are on the free version. Maybe one of our fine members will chime in and explain the differences.

    If the free version meets your needs, I see no reason to pay for the full version ;).
     
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    iTunes, iDisk, iWork, several utilities in the App store,,, there are handfuls
     
  10. Ultrimate

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    Well I was wrong, u r not able to view files after they are converted if your pc or Mac is off.. do u know if there is a way to transfer the converted files to the video folder? So I can view when my pc is not on?
     

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