Convert AVI to the new iPad format with high quality

AVI is a multimedia container format which contain both audio and video data in a file container that allows synchronous audio-with-video playback. Like the DVD Video format, AVI videos file support multiple streaming audio and video, although these features are seldom used.

Wanna put your collection AVI movies on the new the new iPad Air and iPad mini 2 for playback? As the new iPad 3 can’t play avi format directly, you need convert avi to the new iPad supported video format. Then you need a powerful the new iPad 3 Video Converter to help you solve this issue. Read the following article about how to convert the powerful avi videos to other format like .MP4 format which the new iPad 3 supported well.

How to guide: Convert AVI(Xvid/Divx) movies to the new iPad for watching

Software you need: the new iPad Video Converter (Windows versionMac Version, This all-in-one the new iPad Video Converter Suite is able to convert all popular DVDs movie and video files to iPad Air, iPad mini 2, the new iPad, iPad 2 and iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, iTunes etc compatible video and audio formats)

Step 1: Free download and install this the new iPad 3 Video Converter, then run it and click on "Add Video" to import AVI video files from your computer to the program..

Step 2: After load video files, click on the pull-down list of "Profile" to select output video format for the new iPad.

Step 3: For enjoying movies on the new iPad with high quality, this best the new iPad Converter also allowed you to set Video Resolution, Video Bitrate, Frame Rate, Encoder and Audio Channels, Sample Rate, Encoder, Audio Bitrate via click "Settings" button. Just follow the best video&audio settings as beblow:

Step 4: When all the settings are done, please click "Convert" button to start converting AVI movies to the new iPad 3. After conversion is done, you can click "Open Folder" to get the converted files. Then you can sync the converted avi movies to iPad mini 2, iPad Air, the new iPad 3 for watching with iTunes.

That's it! Hope it helpful!