Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Preparing audio and video files for the iPad, part of iPad Tips and Tricks.
- Earlier in this course, we looked at how to sync content…like music and videos to your iPad through iTunes…and for the most part it's pretty strait forward.…However, this does require that the content you're syncing…is compatible with iTunes.…Meaning it's in a format that can be recognized and played…by iTunes because if you can't import it into itunes…you can't sync it to your iPad.…The good news is that iTunes is in fact compatible with most…of the most popular audio and video file formats out there.…So you shouldn't run into trouble too often.…But there may be occasions when you download or…receive an audio or video file that's saved in a format…iTunes can't read.…
If you want to play this content on your iPad…there are a couple of options.…You can convert the file into an iTunes compatible format…or you can import the file directly into an app on your iPad…that can read the file.…Let's look at the conversion option first…and we'll tackle the app method in the next movie.…On my desktop I have an audio and a video file.…
- Using iPad-specific gestures
- Typing tips
- Syncing media and other files
- Wireless syncing
- Receiving and organizing email
- Chatting with Messages
- Installing apps
- Browsing the web
- Connecting to an external display
- Using productivity software
- Playing audio and video files
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started with the iPad
A tour around the iPad2m 35s
2. Typing on the iPad
3. Syncing Files
4. Setting Up and Using Email and Instant Messaging
5. Working with Apps
6. Web Browsing
7. The iPad for Work
8. Managing and Playing Audio, Video, and Other Media
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