iPad 2 is now a prevailing hit to all digital device lovers with its brand new thinner and lighter design, cool look and faster A5 chip and so on. You will definitely be greatly impressed by the vivid photo, movie and web pages shown on its big, pretty display. When you get this amazing tablet computer to play your favorite videos, you will notice with a pity that iPad 2 does not support MKV videos. Then you are faced with a problem of how to convert MKV to iPad 2. The best solution is a professional iPad 2 converter to convert MKV to iPad 2 supported formats for convenient playback.
First of all, let me briefly introduce MKV to you. MKV is not a video or audio compression format, but a video or audio container that envelopes many audio, video and subtitles streams and it allows users to store a complete movie or CD in a single file. It can store a large number of video and audio data in a relatively small size, which leads to a wide application in HD movies.
Despite the popularity of MKV, it is not acceptable to iPad 2. You can get know the video formats that iPad 2 supports from iPad 2 technical specifications page and find out iPad 2 supports M4V, MP4, MOV and a small part of AVI, while MKV is not compatible with it.
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Firstly you can free download VideoProc here then install it on your PC.
Step 1. Double-click to run WinX iPad Video Converter software. Click "+ Video" button to import the source MKV video file.
Step 2. Cilck: Target Format -> Apple Device -> to iPad Video -> iPad 2 (MPEG or H264) as the output profile, then define where to save the converted files by clicking "Browse" button in Output Setting Area and choose the destination of the converted video file.
Step 3. Click the "RUN" button! That is the end of the whole operation!
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