How to Convert MKV to MP4 then Sync Output Video to iPad Pro/Air/mini on PC/Mac

[Latest Updated: Jan. 3, 2019 by Kistent Waung to Video converting]

mkv to mp4 for syncing to ipad

Learn how to convert MKV to MP4 then sync it to iPad Pro, Air, mini from computer for enjoying anywhere.

Here is a common trouble that lots of iPad users may come across with. They may have some MKV[1] videos and want to watch them on new iPad. Someone will demux/remux these files from MKV to MP4 with QuickTime Player and when exporting to mp4 with video set to cross, and the put audio AAC 160 kbps 48 kHz. But iTunes will not let them sync with iPad without telling why.

Although QuickTime seemingly works well to transcode MKV videos to MP4, it deliver an extermely slow speed and sometimes gives a uncompatible resulting file which can't be synced to iPad. iPad only supports certain video formats such as H.264 video with the following specifications: up to 720p, 30 frames per second, Main Profile at Level 3.1 with AAC-LC up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in. m4v,.mp4 and. mov file formats.

So, the best answer to convert MKV to MP4 for well syncing to iPad (Pro/Air/Mini etc.) is to use a professional MKV to iPad converter.

How to Convert MKV to MP4 and then Sync output Video to iPad

You simply need a powerful MKV to iPad video converter to transcode your MKV to iPad supported video format. VideoProc is masterful at converting MKV to MP4.

This MKV to iPad converter adopts VBR (Vibrate Bit rate) encoding method, which is as same as MKV. In VBR coding, you can choose the desired quality level and/or a range of allowable bitrates. The encoder will maintain the selected quality during the whole stream by choosing the optimal amount of data to represent each frame of video.

At the beginning, you should download this MKV to iPad converter software on PC or Mac.

OS supported:
• Windows: Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Windows 7/8/8.1, Windows 10 (32 & 64 bit);
• Mac OS X Snow Leopard to El Capitan and macOS Sierra/High Sierra/Mojave

Step 1: Import your HD MKV video by clicking "+ Video" button on video control.
Step 2: Choose "to iPad Video" under the "Apple Device" category, and select an iPad model you want to play MKV on as the output device.
Step 3: Click "Browse" button to select a destination folder for saving the converted video.
Step 4: Click "RUN" button to start MKV to iPad converting. You can view the conversion progress and are able to cancel the converting process at anytime.

MKV to iPad  Converter

VideoProc, more than an HD video convefrter, works as all-in-one video/DVD converter, online (YouTube) video downloader and video recorder.

As a powerful video converter, it is designed to convert between 4K Ultra HD videos, 1080P HD MKV, M2TS, MTS, AVCHD, TS, WTV videos, AVI, MP4, WMV, as well as fit videos to iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, Android, Windows Mobile, Xbox, Sony PlayStation, etc.

Other Useful Features of the MKV to iPad MP4 Converter

1. Trim, cut, crop video; Split or merge multiple videos to an entirety;
2. Add external *.srt subtitle, special effects and watermark to the MKV/Blu-ray videos;
3. Enhance video quality by stablizing, denoising, correcting fisheye effect and more

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Related External Source:

Matroska[wiki] - The Matroska Multimedia Container is an open standard, free container format, a file format that can hold an unlimited number of video, audio, picture, or subtitle tracks in one file...

About the Author

Author - Kistent Waung    Kistent Waung@kistent2014

Joined Digiarty for 4 years as a website editor and technical writer, she focuses on giving readers all-around but lifestyle tech reviews & tips on hot gadgets and multimedia solutions. In the leisure time, she has a mania for travelling, baseball and transcendental meditation.

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