How to Convert AVI to iTunes for iPod/iPhone/iPad on Mac?

This tutorial walks you through the steps to convert AVI to iTunes friendly video format on Mac. AVI is short for Audio Video Interleave which is a multimedia container format for Windows multimedia framework by Microsoft. iTunes is Apple’s official software to manage contents on Apple’s popular digital media players such as iPod, iPhone and iPad.

To put AVI videos to iTunes, you can simply use an AVI to iTunes converter such as DVD to iPad Converter from Socusoft to convert AVI files to an itunes-friendly format.

If you are on Windows PC, you can refer to: How to Convert AVI to iTunes for iPod/iPhone/iPad?
How to Convert AVI to iPhone?

Step 1. Download the Video Converter

Get the latest version of this avi to iTunes conversion tool to your Mac from

Step 2. Add AVI File to the Converter

Click the “Add Files” button to import the AVI files from your Macintosh HD to this avi to iTunes conversion program.

convert avi to itunes

Step 3. Choose iTunes Compatible Video Format as Output

Apple iTunes supports video formats such as MOV, MP4 and M4V. Click the “Profile” drop-down list to choose the format that iTunes supports. For instance, you can select Apple iPhone, see bellow figure.

convert avi to itunes format

You can also choose Apple iPod/iPad, or General Video–>MP4 – MPEG-4 Video, or firstly MP4 Video then pick up customized profile for iPod, iPod touch, iPod Nano, iPhone, iPad, etc.

Step 4. Start Converting AVI to iTunes

Click the “Convert Now” button to start converting AVI to iTunes videos.

Step 5. Transfer Output Video to iTunes on Mac

After the conversion, launch your iTunes library. Then import the output video into the iTunes library. You can then sync the converted AVI videos to your iPod/iPad/iPhone on Mac.

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