Playing avi movies on iPad 3

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    That, or they just don't want to use iTunes. Both are valid reasons.
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    I use third party apps and still do conversions. A batch conversion done overnight doesn't consume any of my time.
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    OPlayer HD, VM Player HD and GoodPlayer. I found them in Tablet movie playback blog.
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    Another one for AVPlayerHD. I like the fact that I can create an FTP site and upload movies from my server. Well worth the $3 bucks!
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    To play AVI on iPad, you'd better to convert AVI to iPad supported formats like MP4, MOV.

    Try HandBrake, Faasoft Video Converter or Online-Converter.

    HandBrake is free but too complicate to handle.

    Online-Converter is only free for files which are less than 100MB.

    Faasoft Video Converter is not free but it's professional yet easy-to-use. I'm using it for a while.
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    Oh wow, it's this thread again. Blast to the past. Anyways, for older devices I agree it's better to convert. However with newer devices AVplayer HD can easily play mkvs natively without converting. That's how I've been doing it all this time. Only in a few instances where some anime are using some higher bitrate or quality (I don't even know what it is) does the playback speed suffer even on the ipad air, but for most things avplayer HD can play it all natively without converting.
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    VLC has played every video I've thrown at it, including AVI and MKV. It's the only third-party player on my iPad, and the only player I ever use.

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