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Convert video for iPad 3 with Freemake

March 13, 2012

The 3d-generation iPad (also The new iPad or iPad 3) is a tablet computer developed by a famous Californian company Apple Inc. It was released on Mach 16, 2012. According to the data provided by Apple over three million new iPads were sold in the first three days.

The new portable device gets an Apple A5X chip with a quad-core graphics processor, a 5MP-camera that shoots clips in 1080p, LTE networks support for the USA and a Retina display.

The gadget is out with a new iOS 5.1.

There are nine model variations in black or white front glass panel. You can choose the capacity among 16, 32 or 64Gb. For North, America iPad comes with Wi-Fi only or with the Wi-Fi+4G connection. The latter is supported by AT&T, Bell, Telus, Verizon, and Rogers. The rest of the world can choose between a Wi-Fi only model and Wi-Fi+3G one. Of course, the cellular models will cost you a little bit more.

FVC to Apple

Freemake Video Converter 3.0.2 features new presets for popular

Apple gadgets: iPad 2, iPhone 4S and recently released iPad 3.

Now the happy owners of the newest Apple tablet may convert HD video for iPad three playback with the help of our video converter.

To prepare your visual for iPad 3, check the steps below:

  • Update Freemake program from the official website. You just need to download a new installation file and run it on your computer. It's not necessary to remove an old version beforehand;
  • Start the program by double-click on its yellow icon;
  • Add media that you want to watch on iPad 3. You can add as many files as you want. Just keep in mind that if you encode too many heavy files, it might take some time for the software to transcode them. We recommend running such conversions at night and use the PC shutdown mode. It will shut the computer done when the visuals are ready;
  • Then click "to Apple" green bubble on the formats panel;
  • Select iPad 3 from the drop-down menu;
  • Click "Convert" to start the encoding procedure.
  • As soon as the newly converted files appear in a specified folder, run iTunes and transfer your new media to iTunes multimedia library.
  • Then connect your iPad 3 to your PC and sync with iTunes to make the files appear on the tablet.

Wait for some time and check the Video app when the synching process finishes.

Freemake Video Downloader also comes with new options: now it supports the video download of iFrame embedded YouTube videos and adds to the list of supported resources.

Now you can save embedded YT media from any website. You may do it with the help of a plugin button that will appear next to the clip or by following the already known procedure of copying and pasting the link into the Freemake tool.

Get the new version here: