How to convert HD video for iPod, iPad,iPhone,blackberry,Nokia ect
With the development of technology, several of media portable players emerged and have enriched our daily life greatly. We enjoy our favorite movies and music with all kinds of portable players such as iPod, iPhone, iPad, Zune, Blackberry, Nokia, PSP and so on. At the same time, more and more video sharing sites have gone Hi-Def. YouTube launched its user-generated HD channel in last December. Recent good news is that BBC iPlayer introduced HD program in this July. Amazon and CBS also go with the flow in the industry to stream HD videos on the web.
HD video has higher resolution than SD (standard-definition) video, and most commonly involves display resolutions of 1280×720 pixels (720p) or 1920×1080 pixels (1080i/1080p), which is richer, clearer, and more vivid than SD video. As we know, PS3, Xbox 360 and Apple TV are the most popular HD multimedia devices on the market. At the same time, you may want to change one HD format for your media players. Well, check out the tips below.
Before you start, you'll need to gather these elements:
Aneesoft HD Video Converter for Win (download free trial from here) or Aneesoft HD Video Converter for Mac (download free trial from here)
HD video files and your media players as iPhone, iPad, iPod
Follow these simple steps:
Step 1: Open the HD video you wish to convert using the Aneesoft HD Video Converter
Run the program and click Add... button to select HD videos. The Aneesoft HD Video Converter software supports most of the popular HD video formats including HD AVI, AVCHD M2TS, MTS, HD MOV, HD WMV, HD MP4, HD FLV and more.
Step 2: Edit your HD video file (optional): trim, add effects, add watermark and deinterlace
This Aneesoft HD video converter allows you to trim, crop your videos, which may help you removing the black edges around your video, so that you can watch your movies in full screen. You can also set different video effect such as grey, invert, gamma, sepia and so on, in addition, if you want to add watermark on your video, you can click "Watermark" tab and then check "Enable Effect" option box. You may add Text or Image watermark onto your video.
Step 3: Choose your preferred preset
After you finish video source setup, you can select an output format for each video file and specify a directory on your computer to save the output files. In the left-hand section of the Aneeosft HD video converter interface, select the right preset for your device in the drop-down menu. With the personalized profile provided in Aneesoft HD Video Converter, you can easily select the format according to the device name, even if you don't know what formats your device supports.
Step 4: Start Conversion in the Aneesoft HD Video Converter
Click Start and step away from the computer (processor performance will be seriously affected during conversion). See how easy it is!?
Tips & Tricks
Tips1: With batch conversion supported, you can append many tasks at one time and Aneesoft HD Video Converter will convert them one by one for saving your time.
Tips2: You can preview the video by selecting the video and clicking Play in the preview pane. You can also take snapshot and save them as jpg, bmp file while preview.
Tips3: Join multiple video files into one by clicking "Merge" in Source Setup section. You need select the files first in the source list.
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