DVD to iPad 3

Discussion in 'iPad 3 Forum' started by lelkes, Jun 16, 2012.

  1. lelkes

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    I use Handbrake which is free and time-wise is around 1:1

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    Thx for your quick answer, but I´ve trouble which "setting" I should use for iPad 3. I´m using HandBrake for pc
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    Yes I think so too. But how get it smaller?
     
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    For Handbrake, use the iPad preset. I believe there is only one. Make sure you have the most current version.
     
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    I have the most current version of Handbrake. I just encoded a twelve minute segment of a DVD that I own. It took forty-five minutes to complete. It produced a one gig file. But looking at that twelve minute clip on my iPad via my GoFlex Satellite Wifi drive, beautiful! Well worth the processing time.

    I'm going to try the Pavtube software that you linked. I want to see if that produces anything better than Handbrake and if I can save some time in the process.
     
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    You have to edit the original file by splitting it into several parts before performing the conversion using any of the converters mentioned.
     
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    Why? And not only that, what tool would you use?

    Encoding time is going to depend on the original file and the processing power of your PC/Mac. Running other processes at the same time will slow down the encoding. A pentium chip will take longer than an i5 chip, for example.
     
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    A video editing software can do the splitting. I'm use to a pc, so as an example I could use MovieMaker to split the file. Another which might be able to do it is the free converter "FreeMake video converter". IMHO showing with a split video compared to a long single video is better.
     

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