Using the iPad as a second Screen for Full Immersion

Instead of using the connector from the iPad to the TV, so that what you see on the big screen is only a mirror of what is on the screen of the iPad, you can have a second screen with extra information. There are now applications being sold that will use the extra screen real estate to provide a more immersive experience for the user. The main body of the Read More …

Free Way To Convert Video To Ipad

Works on WIndows as well as on the Mac platform. Go and download the free MPEG StreamClip software. There are a ton of applications out there, you can pay for, that can convert video but you will not get better results at all, just because some money changed hands. Download the MPEG StreamClip from the web site of Squared5 and install on your system. Get the application fired up on Read More …

Video Convertor free for next 6 days

Video Convertor free Mac X Video Converter Pro is available for free until the 15th of November. I have just downloaded a copy of it to try out. Never can have too many video converters around. This company have one or two video converters and perhaps worth you looking to see if there is anything on their website that might suit you. They say that the MacX iPad Video Converter Read More …

Using a teleprompter iPad app – iPrompt

I was looking for an iPad teleprompter app and today I bought the application i-Prompt Pro and was happy enough with it after I had tried it out for a while. Before that I had tried a free version of ¬†iPrompt to see how it worked. Yesterday though I want to switch it over to mirror the text as I am building a teleprompter box to have it work properly. Read More …

Watching video with your iPad

There are people that use the iPad to watch video in the gym while there are straining and grunting on the torture machines, while others love to have the iPad on their chest while in bed to view movies. In the US there are the Netflix and Hulu type of options while elsewhere you can easily have your video content on your computer and stream it wirelessly to your iPad Read More …

Convert video for iPad with Air Video

Air Video iPad to convert Video for iPad I have been able to convert video for iPad with Air Video iPad. There is a free version but I used the paid for version which was cheap to buy anyway. I have been able to successfully watch a video that was residing on my iMac by streaming it to the iPad over WiFi and I then used the VGA connector to Read More …

iPad VGA to HDMI

Atlona VGA to HDMI Scaler/Converter (USB Powered). Model: AT-HDVieW if you live outside of the States or Canada then you will need a different device that puts out video at 50Htz rather than the 60 Hz that this model uses. Seems there is a need for devices that will allow us to connect our iPads to TV’s and it seems that this device could do the trick. I am not Read More …

iPad Video Converter for the Mac

I still have Visual hub available to use but it is not being supported anymore. Still works, but we don’t know for how much longer. It seems to me that the iPad with its 1024-by-768-pixel resolution which is just perfect for watching video will have a lot of video converters thrown at it. Many say that if you choose the option to convert as if for the Apple TV you Read More …

iPad Handbrake Video Conversion

Video Conversion and the iPad Handbrake Settings HandBrake is an open-source, GPL-licensed, multiplatform, multithreaded video transcoder, available for MacOS X, Linux and Windows. Have a look at the post on Video settings for Video Monkey. Supported Sources for iPad Handbrake: Any DVD-like source: VIDEO_TS folder, DVD image or real DVD (unencrypted–protection methods including CSS are not supported internally and must be handled externally with third-party software and libraries), and some Read More …

Video conversion for the iPad

The iPad will take video up to the 720P resolution, which is the same as for the Apple TV. There are a number of video conversion utilities and I have used Video Monkey HandBrake, Visual Hub, MPEG StreamClip. Here are the Tech Specs for the video of the iPad. H.264 video up to 720p, 30 frames per second, Main Profile level 3.1 with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, Read More …