Is there a way to change the resolution automatically on your home computer when you "remote manage" it via VNC. I am having a lot of trouble with the iPad being low on memory when connecting to my 27' iMac. Any advise would be appreciated since changing the resolution every time I leave so I can connect to it later seems like a pretty big hassle.
I've realized that YouTube loads really slowly on the iPad when connected through wifi connection.The reason behind this issue should be because YouTube app on ipqd is playing in 720p.Does anyone know how to change the resolution as I do not need to view such high quality for certain videos and prefer it to load quicker?
Information: MBP 15" i7 Mac OS X (10.6.4) iPhone 3GS, iPad 64gb 3G
I bought an iPad 2 to use in the classroom. I have a Dell projector that only projects 800x600. Is their anyway to change the resolution on my iPad 2 for presentations? I tried importing a 800x600 keynote file from my iMac, but when I opened it on my iPad it sized it up and wouldn't project. Does anybody know how to fix this?
I have been looking for this for almost an hour now. Google doesn't help and the preferences of the new iPad 3 are just crap, sorry. Why can't you search through the preferences? There's really plenty of room for improvement there.
The display is a 1920x1200 and I only get 1024x768 at maximum, even though the new iPad 3 should be able to display way higher resolution. Sorry Apple, but this *****. What also ***** is that I can't copy my Apple-ID passwort via cmd+C and cmd+V in the browser login. Costs me 20 - 30 seconds every time I have to put it in. My time is valueable to me, but it seems not to Apple!
I have an image that is not 2048 x 2048 and I want to make it 2048 x 2048. The resolution of the image is 1280 x 800. I tried to resize it in photoshop but photoshop wont let me have the height and width the same.
When iTunes 'optimizes' my photos, it reduces their resolution to the iPad's screen size. I want it to keep them at their current resolution so I can zoom in and still see a decent amount of detail. Is this currently possible?
With the new App store for the Mac coming out in three months, the much lighter and more useful MacBook Air available, I'm considering just selling my iPad and get the new MBA (Mac, not degree). I just have not enjoyed typing on the iPad. Too large for thumb typing, and just not workable with touch typing. So I use the Apple keyboard doc to type.I'm back to a small laptop.The new Magic Trackpad gives me all of the touch motions (probably even more) than the iPad. And my MacBook and LED screen don't have greasy fingerprints on it.The one issue I might have is iBooks, but that might show up in the new App store. And frankly, the iPad's screen resolution is just terrible for reading. Of course, maybe iPad 2 will have the same screen as the Retina display of the iPhone 4, which is lovely and easy to read. Also, I've actually stuck with the Kindle store for books, because there are just more books in the Kindle store, some at a lower price point (albeit just $1 give or take) than iBooks. Moreover, I get the real iWorks and Office on the MBA.
I love my iPad. But I still can't figure out why they went with 1024x768, instead of a nice wide-screen resolution, preferably 1280x720. It sure would of been nice, as it would save me from having to crop or zoom in on many Movies to just get full-screen. Maybe the only reason I can come up with, is it would look a little long when holding it in Portrait mode. Would you have preferred a wide-screen iPad?
I've heard people say they want to see a better screen resolution on the next ipad. I have an iphone 4 so I understand. But I've only seen an ipad up close one time at that was a while ago. Is the screen that bad on the current ipad?
I had some trouble with a converted Movie File, i converted a Movie to x264 mp4, 1240x720, as this is the resolution mostly said for the IPad.The movie itself had a lower resolution.Well converting worked, took 4 hours, but after this my PC went CPU 100% once i opend the folder with the mp4 in it My question is: Should i rather set resolution and anything to default/automatic instead of forcing the IPad resolution? And if yes will the IPad display the movie as a tiny Window or full screen?
Got my iPad and downloaded a few free books from the iBookstore. They don't have 'album artwork' so I added them from iTunes>Get Info. What's the 'preferred' resolution of the cover art? What is the resolution of the cover art [from a book from iBooks which has artwork included]? Some of the images from Google are more square than others so I was wondering what the best resolution would be.
I wanted to convert my .avi and some .mkv files as well to iPad resolution Im concerned that using the standard iPhone converter will ruin the resolution Also anyone notice there is no Tab button in Pages? unless I can't find it thats a pretty big oversight
I have a large photo library. Most of the photos are in jpg format 2560 x 1920 resolution and are over 2 MB each.
I would like to sync a lot of them to my iPad. I'm thinking it would be best to convert them to another format and reduce the resolution. What is the best format/resolution for photos on the iPad for the best quality image without wasting space?
Had the iPad almost a month and finally got around to adding some music. I am pretty obsessive about getting the right artwork for the cd but have found that loads of covers have not sync'd with the ipad. Anyone else have this issue and managed to resolve?
I was waiting for John Gruber to sound out his sources on this ridiculous rumour of the new iPad screen resolution. In short, that 2048x1536 display is not happening. iPad 2 will have the same 1024x768 display as the current generation.
Basically I got the dock to VGA adapter. Tested it on my LCD and it works fine but when using it on my projector tv with a resolution of 640x480 via VGA nothing shows up nor does sound work. My laptop works fine when connected. Can I adjust the resolution of my ipad's second monitor settings somehow to be lower?
The ipad browser natively reports a 1024x768 resolution so that websites (while still are high DPI) are confined to those deminsions, I was wondering if there is a workaround or third party browser app that lets you browse the web with much more screen space by reporting the native retina resolution rather then 1024x768.
I try to connect my Ipad to a beamer with the VGA Adapter. unfortunately, the beamer shows only the left part of the presentation and a black bar even left of this. same result for my IPhone 4S. It seems that the output resolution does not sync. Can I adjust this somewhere?
Is it possible to load full resolution pictures (actual size) on the iPad or do the pictures get downsized to save space. Once the sd card adapter is available I am wondering whether the iPad can be used a photo storage device when in the field- this will only be useful if the pictures are saved in full resolution or in RAW
I've rebooted several times already including holding the home and power buttons and sliding Off using my nose. Screen is almost correct but then zooms out so to speak. Everything on the periphery disappears into the border. "pinching" does nothing. Switching apps briefly brings it back to almost normal but then it zooms out again. Anyone have a solution that doesn't require a trip to the Apple store?
I like the thing, and I think it has a place in my life. But, the screen resolution just feels too low for me. Not so much when playing games or looking at pictures, but when reading text which is 95% of my iPad experience. When laying in bed with dim lights, reading websites the text just looks very grainy to me. I can't help but think this may improve in future generations. So it's back to the apple store I go before my 14 days are up.
the Ipad is reported to have a 1024 by 768 resolution but the video app does not seem to support a frame width greater than 640.Evidence : I use one app to convert video to MP4 - most of which I can drop into iTunes and then sync onto the iPad, however I got the occasional error when syncing saying that some of the file where not transferred as they where not supported by the device.after a lot of investigation i notice it was all the MP4s with a frame width greater than 640.Further investigation leads to the fact that the Video playback on the iPhone is limited to 640 - presumable its the same app on the iPad