How to Put Movies on iPad
Watching movies is probably one of the top things most people do with the iPad. However, many iPad users are stuck in how to put movies on iPad. They may have downloaded a lot of cool movies on their computer, but cannot figure out a way to add those movies to their iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 or iPad mini. Or they have some movies in AVI, FLV, MKV etc. formats which are incompatible with iOS devices, so they cannot use iTunes to sync these movies to iPad.
FonePaw iOS Transfer can help you to put movies on iPad directly. With this application, you can transfer movies from your computer to iPad with no difficulty. Also, it has the ability to detect the video format and convert it to your iPad compatible format. Obviously, FonePaw iOS Transfer is a good choice to convert video and let you put movies to iPad.
Free download the trial version of this program and have a try.
1. Connect iPad to computer
Plug your iPad to the computer via USB cable. Then the software will start to detect and analyze your device. Then, it will show you the brief information of your device in a few seconds such as capacity, iOS version, serial number, etc.…
2. Add movies to iPad
Click on the "Media" tab on the left sidebar, and then it unfolds a list of options on the right. Click on the "movies" tab on the top to bring out the movie management window. Then, click the "Add"button on top of the main interface and now you can browse the file folder and select the movies to add to iPad.
This smart program can convert the videos and make them compatible with your iPad.
You'll be able to play and watch movies on your iPad when the transfer is done. How easy it is! Apart from putting movies on iPad, FonePaw iOS Transfer also enables users to put music, TV shows, photos, music videos and more on iPhone, iPad or iPod with ease.
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