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Discussion in 'iPad 2 Forum' started by Chigwell, Dec 28, 2011.

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    Where do you get your films from to then put on your Ipad :)
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    You can download as normal avi then convert them to mp4 or just look for mp4. If you go download.com you can get loads of free avi converters. I use Freemake video converter, it's better than any I have bought by far, it even converts music file I.e. flac files.
    Hope this helps, if you need any further advice on where to get your DVDs let me know and I will send you the info.
    John
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    By "films", do you mean videos? Movies? etc...

    iTunes store seems like an obvious source for iPad videos. Some DVDs come with a mobile version of videos. Those could be loaded on the iPad. I would think that one could purchase movies from most places such as amazon. The electronic version could be loaded to the iPad.


    Of course, any movie loaded to the iPad would have to be in a format that the iPad could read. There are conversion utilities available if necessary.
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    Yes videos, I have used iTunes but find the movies a tad dated on there. There are other sites to get music and DVD from.
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    Yeah Movies :) I've currently used one of them digital codes from a bluray disc that i got for Christmas so i now have Inbetweeners on my Ipad but wasn't sure where else is best to get movies from
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    Also is it possible to download youtube videos and put them in the videos section on Ipad2?
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    I use the app flexplayer to play avi files on the iPad it's free and it works great , or buy films from iTunes
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    Yes. I use realplayer downloader and converter, where necessary.

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