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Solved Uploading Photos

April 9, 2010 at 19:40:07
Specs: Macintosh

How do I upload my photos to my iPad?

I have my iPad connected to my dads apple and my
photos are on a CD. How do I move them from the
iPhoto on the Mac to my iPad?


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#1
May 11, 2010 at 13:24:06

This may help you:

1.- Connect your iPad to the Mac with the USB to iPad Apple
adapter or simply the iPad cable.

2.- Then, iTunes launch on the Mac. On the iTunes window click on DEVISES/iPad. You now have all the tabs on the
top of the window. Click on the "Photos" tab.

3.- Check on Sync photos from: This activates the option and now
you can sync with your iPhoto library and select "All photos and
albums" or specific events with "Selected albums and events..."
The rest is just selecting or checking the options you need.

4.- On the lower part of the window click on "Apply" and wait for the
sync to finish.

They will be available in the "Photos" application on your iPad.


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#2
August 5, 2010 at 09:06:51

How do I upload videos on my iPad. It starts to play the videos but then stops and wont play anymore.

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#3
August 5, 2010 at 10:16:24
✔ Best Answer

Where are these videos? If they are on the internet and they stop playing it may be the wifi or 3G connection. It may be a slow connection so you need to insist a bit and try to reload the video, or a trick like Play/Stop several times and move the video scrubber back and forth. Also try this: When the internet video is loading use the "Pause" button from the video window and wait for the entire video to load. Then you can play the video and it wont stop suddenly.

But if you want to upload your own videos to your iPad, there is not an easy way if the videos are not in the iPad video format. In this case you will need to convert the videos you want to an iPad video format.

The conversion from one format to another is waaay sloow, even on a fast current computer. This is also called transcoding.

If you have the DVD disks use a free program like Handbrake and VLC for MACs and PCs to RIP the videos to an iPad format. Use the Apple TV setting as the iPad video format. It works fine.

If you already have the video file in some video format like AVI or WMV, you need to convert it. Use a video converter program such as Aleesoft Free iPad Video Converter for PCs. There are a lot of video converters available and most of then are not free. For Macs there is also Apple Quicktime and Quicktime Pro 7. Don't get crazy with big HD resolutions and quality, if there are presets available for iPad video or even for iPhone video use those. iPhone videos plays fine on the iPad.

Once you have the videos in an iPad video format, you need to add them to iTunes. The files should be ".m4v" (H.264 video format at any resolution up to 1280 x 720). If they are m4v files iTunes will add them with no problems.

Do this:
1. Open iTunes

2. Drag and drop the m4v file to the "LYBRARY" section. The video is added to the Movies tab.

3. Click the Movies tab and it should be available there.

4. Plug in your iPad and wait for it to appear under DEVICES. Click on the iPad when available and go to the "movies" tab.

5. Check the video or videos you want and click on the Apply button. Your iPad Syncs.

6. On your iPad, open the Videos app and the movie (s) should be listed and available to play.

For further information about videos for iPads and other Apple devices go to:
http://www.computing.net/howtos/sho...


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