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  1. ballbagracer

    ballbagracer iPF Novice

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    Why why why? I am trying to get the movies that are in my iTunes library to my iPad 2 and it's driving me mad!!! It is showing in my summary that there is 5 gb of video but every time I look on the iPad they are not there?? please please someone help, tell me where I'm going wrong (although I'm sure I'm doing it right?) so if anyone can help I would be very grateful.

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    Gtatler iPad Enthusiast

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    Are you sure iTunes video tab has the synch button ticked ? I also have several gigs of videos and they synch OK.
     
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    I assume you mean the little box that says sync films? If so then yes :)
     
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    Hi ballbagracer...where are you looking on your ipad? Forgive me if you have already checked there, but have you check for the movie under the Video app on your ipad?
     
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    Yes skimonkey
    I have been looking in the video app, where I have a couple of movies already.
    I have tried to drag and drop, again no joy. They are mpeg movies.

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    Thanks again. I've just looked and they are mp4 mpeg-4. I do have gplayer app that I have used for some other stuff, but just want to be able to sync movies normally.
    I'm sure I have sync'd before, that's how I got the other movies on.

    Thanks again, a confused ballbag :)
     
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    Wow. I never knew you could convert movies to iPad format direct in iTues as mentioned in the second of the above thread. Never stop learning.
     
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    To be clear, you would need conversion software on your pc such as hand brake to convert prior to syncing in iTunes to iPad.
     
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