Aevitas wrote:Or convert the avi file to a iPad m4v format using Alpota converter (
www.alpota.com) if you want things more flexiable on Mac system.
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Vichow wrote:Someone recommend AVI Player to play AVI files on iPad. But what if you want to play WMV, MKV, etc files on iPad? What if you want to play AVI on iPhone, iPod or Apple TV? I think the best solution is to use an all-in-one converter. I'm using Faasoft Video Converter to do this job and works like a charm.Maybe you also can give HandBrake a try. But this tool is too complicate to handle and doesn't support MOV as the output format.
Maybe you also can give HandBrake a try. But this tool is too complicate to handle and doesn't support MOV as the output format.
Thank you for your suggestion. Now I can easily play AVI, MKV, WMV, OGV, 3GP, WebM, ASF, FLV, WTV, MXF, RMVB, and MOD, etc on iPad. Thank you sooooooo much!
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I happened to have seen this page, showing how to convert
avi to ipad. You can have a try the free converter, sounds convenient
Download nPlayer app for that. Supports many other file formats other than .avi and it has an easy to control UI. I really like using it, you might too.
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Well, as other people said above, you can just download VLC to watch your movie , it's free and totally can handle avi files. But "avi" files is kinda of container video formats, when you play it on VLC or other free media player , it may cause some playback problem.
If you find your movie can't be played well , you can just convert them into another format. As you said ,mp4 is a good one. Or since your want to watch it on your Ipad, so mov can also do your job.
Some free apps recommendation: Handbrake, MPEG Streamclip,ffMPEG.
Paid apps: hd video converter from pavtube. (p.s.it's a cheap one )
Hope this can help you or other guys who has the similar problem.