How to Convert DVD to Ipad 2

The release of iPad 2 has revolutionized the tech word. This gadget is thinner and faster than its previous version and not to mention lighter. It is arguably the best gadget out there to surf web, check mail, watch movies, read books and play games. However, iPad 2 has its disadvantages as well.

The main problem the users are facing with iPad 2 is that it cannot play DVD. Since there is no built-in DVD-ROM on iPad 2, it cannot play DVD and you need to convert DVD to other formats if you want to play it on iPad 2.

You can enjoy DVD on your iPad 2 using a simple iPad 2 converter, and all you need are basic computer skills, a computer and a fast internet connection.

Instructions

  • 1

    Install the converter

    First thing you need to do in order to convert DVD to iPad 2 is to download the iPad 2 converter from the internet. There are several types of such converters available on the internet but pick the one which has the best user ratings. Once the converter is downloaded and installed on your computer, insert the DVD.

  • 2

    Import DVD to this DVD iPad Converter

    Click on "Open DVD" button to loud the DVD to your downloaded iPad Converter.

  • 3

    Set output format as iPad 2 compatible MP4

    There will be an option of output. Using the drop down menu, select a format like MPEG-4 Video (*.mp4) or HD MPEG-4 Video (*.mp4).

  • 4

    Set output format as iPad 2 compatible MP4

    There will be an option of output. Using the drop down menu, select a format like MPEG-4 Video (*.mp4) or HD MPEG-4 Video (*.mp4).

  • 5

    Finish converting DVD to iPad 2

    After setting the resolution, you need to start the process of converting DVD to iPad 2 compatible formats.  The process will take 15 to 30 minutes depending on the size of the file. Once the process is finished, you will see a notification saying that your output is ready. Put that output file to your iPad 2 and enjoy DVD on your personal gadget.

  • 6

    It is easy to play DVD on iPad 2 using this guide but to call the output file as DVD would be wrong as it has been converted to another format. However, since it was in DVD format in the first place, we can say that we are playing DVD on iPad 2.

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