Easy way to convert MKV/AVI/VOB to iPad Pro

Summary: iPad Pro supported video formats are limited, so check out iPad Pro accepted video formats and convert into its compatible format is necessary.

iPad Pro is the hottest tablet on the market now, there are more and more fans choose to buy the newly released iPad Pro tablet. It has a 12.9-inch screen and 2732 x 2048 screen resolution, which is a good choice for you to watch movies on it. At your free time, you may want to copy movies onto iPad Pro for watching. But before you copy movies from computer to iPad Pro, one thing that you should know is that iPad Pro supported video formats are limited, which means that iPad Pro will be involved into compatibility issues when playing video movies. Check out iPad Pro supported video formats and convert unaccepted formats into compatible format for iPad Pro is necessary.

iPad Pro can only play MOV, MP4 and M4V formats, so if your videos are in other formats like MKV, AVI, VOB etc. you will need to use a video converter to convert videos to compatible video formats for iPad Pro, and then you can play MKV, AVI, WMV etc. movies on iPad Pro with compatible format.

To help you convert MKV, AVI, WMV or other formats to iPad Pro compatible formats, I would like to recommend the best iPad Pro video converter for you---Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate(Mac user can turn to Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac for downloading.) This software has Windows version and Mac version and with it, you don’t need to worry about any video incompatible issues with iPad Pro. This powerful converter can convert all the videos for you, including: Blu-ray/DVD discsVIDEO_TS, MKV, AVI, WMV, MTS, VOB, MPG, TiVo, etc. You can import all the videos into it for converting to the format you want. Now, just follow the tutorial below to play any video on iPad Pro freely.

PS. The following steps use the screenshots on Windows, while Mac user can follow the same steps.

Free download and install

Other Download:
- Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-video-converter-ultimate/
- Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-Video-Converter-Ultimate/3000-2194_4-75938564.html

Steps to convert MKV/AVI/VOB etc. to iPad Pro accepted format

Step 1. Load MKV/AVI/VOB videos

Click the "Folder" or "Video" icon to load MKV/AVI/VOB etc. files from local computer to the program.

Step 2: Set output format

Click Profile > “Common Video” and you'll see the window below. Here, you can select “H.264 Baseline Profile Video(*.mp4)”, “H.264 Main Profile Video(*.mp4)” or “H.264 High Profile Video(*.mp4)” as output format. Or you can choose the optimized preset format for your device on your own need.

Note: If you like, you can click “Setting” to change the video encoder, resolution, bitrate, frame rate, etc. Remember bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss. 

Step 3: Start to convert

When all the settings is done, go back to the main interface and carry out the conversion by hitting right-bottom convert button. And click the "Open" icon on the main interface to pop out the converted files.

Now, you can freely transfer your converted videos to your iPad Pro and enjoy them at anywhere and at anytime.

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Comments: 2
  • #1

    newyear2016happy (Tuesday, 08 March 2016 02:11)

    I try and test all the answers for this question and find iDealshare VideoGo is best one for converting 1080p MKV movies to iPad without quality loss.
    I like its supporting converting almost all kinds of video and audio files like MKV, AVI, AVCHD, WMV, FLV, FLAC, APE, H.265, WebM, SWF, CAF, etc.
    Its batch conversion and convert without quality loss is also my preference.
    I also like its editing function like compress, merge, split, trim, crom, watermark, subtitle, effect.
    Hope it also helps for you.
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  • #2

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