Do you have to change your photos from jpeg to something else for them to download into the iPad? I keep syncing the itunes program to the iPad from my computer but the photos do not show up on the iPad.
I have been loading photos successfully on Ipad, but just recently on my last 6 imports, the Ipad will show all the photos on the memory chip, but when they are imported only a few will have the actual picture and then a selection will just have the JPEG icon. When I try and import them again, the Ipad indicates they are already there
Sorry if I missed a current topic on this- couldn't find one when I searched recently wanted to show a work video as part of a presentation on my iPad. My office was shut the night I needed to prepare so couldn't get the source file, so I went to our company website and grabbed it off the site following some instructions I found on here (loading the movie then using Activity Viewer to identify the file and saving it onto my MacBook Pro desktop). It was an flv file, and I saved it as a QuickTime movie. Played fine on the macbook pro.I then went to sync it to my iPad via iTunes but it wouldn't sync, saying the movie type wasn't supported. Is this because it was originally a flash file and therefore needs converting in some other way? Or is it a different rookie mistake I'm making??!
I am trying to sync various videos I made on my MAC to my iPAD and some say they are not supported on the ipad. "info" says the accepted ones are mpeg which is fine but the rejected ones are QT files made on iMOVIE. It seems that the ip should accept and play quick time file made with Apple software. What gives? Do I have to change the format on the MAC, and if so, how?
Is it possible to take video files I have downloaded and save them to/play them on iPad 2? Like .mkv files or the like? I remember trying on the original iPod Video and having trouble, like I had to have them converted to an Apple video file or something of that sort.
I have over 26'000 photos in my Aperture 3 library. Assuming I'm only syncing photos, how many of those can I fit on the iPad 32GB? Seeing that only the jpeg previews are synced, the indicidual 12MB raw files shouldn't be a storage problem.
Information: iMac 21.5" 3.06 GHz 8GB RAM 1TB HD; MBA 1.6 GHz, 2GB RAM, 80 GB HD Mac OS X (10.6.3) iPhone 3G and iMac 17" FP G4 1GHz, 1.5GB RAM, 320GB HD, 16x DVD-DL Pioneer 111D
I'm trying to get a workflow for when I'm away doing some photography so that I don't need to take my macbook.
I plan on shooting in Raw+Jpeg, importing to ipad then when i get home importing the Raw only for processing. BUT, I want to do some light processing while I'm away so I can upload draft images to my mobileme gallery. So this is the question, when I edit on my ipad will it adjust BOTH Raw and Jpeg's? Can I deleted the Raw's from my iPad and only keep the Jpegs or does the iPad keep them as a package.
Unfortunately I can't test this as I'm still waiting for my camera connection kit to be delivered.
IPad 4 :: IOS 6.1 - Importing Raw And JPEG From Camera
Feb 5, 2013
iPad 4 iOS 6.1
I have been experimenting with camera imports. If I shoot as jpeg OR RAW all seems fine. I can import with camera connector, edit with Photogene etc. However, if I shoot RAW+jpeg, even though there are 2 files on the camera and the import app labels the thumbnail RAW+jpeg, only the jpeg file seems to be imported.
Which Is Best Format And Best Software To Convert Avi To Other Formats?
Dec 7, 2010
What is thevBest format and software to convert avi to iPad. I have a lot of avi filesvand want convert the to watch on my iPad and/ or my iPod 160 classic. The iod videos will actually be fed out to the card machines at my gym where I will watch them on an individual screen
i'm a new user of ipad.i really enjoy kinds of powerful funtions that it brings to me.but one thing troubles me:i cannot watch many movies because it only supports just several formats.any free video converter for ipad?