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Topic # 68471 22-Sep-2010 16:37
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Hi

I am trying to convert a UDF disk to play onto my Ipad in time for a presentation.  Any ideas on the best software to use and are there any free ones to download?

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Martin

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  Reply # 383257 22-Sep-2010 17:11
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HandBrake?
VideoMonkey?

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  Reply # 383290 22-Sep-2010 18:20
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Not entirely sure about the UDF part, but handbrake is good. You can download iPad specific plugins, this from my previous post on the topic...

A good alternative is Handbrake, and this Lifehacker article (link below, Safari on iPad doesn't show creating link options etc) has links to excellent iPad video presets.
I've used these with much success to convert 720p .mkv files and regular SD .avi files for playback on my iPad.

http://lifehacker.com/5572037/handbrake-presets-for-your-new-ipad-or-iphone-4

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Joseph

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 383785 23-Sep-2010 21:20
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MPG stream clip can convert quite a few formats
http://www.squared5.com/svideo/mpeg-streamclip-mac.html

handbrake
airvideo you might be able to stream it without converting
VLC for ipad ??

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