FLV (Flash Video) is a container file format used to deliver video over the Internet using Adobe Flash Player. FLV is not a video type supported on iPhone, iPod, iPad or iPad 2. Flash Video is viewable on most operating systems except Apple iOS, via the Adobe Flash Player and web browser plugin or one of several third-party programs. In order to view Flash FLV Videos on iPad, you will need to download a FLV to iPad Converter. This tutorial shows how to convert FLV to iPad video on Mac with Socusoft iPad video converter.
For Windows users, please refer to How to convert FLV to iPad video?
Step 1. Add FLV Flash Video Files to the Converter
Run Socusoft DVD to iPad Converter, click the “Add Files” button to import FLV files saved or downloaded on to your Mac HD.
Step 2. Customize output video profile for iPad
This iPad video tool sets default output profile to iPad MPEG4 Video, thus you do not need to change the settings for your iPad except you want to convert videos for other devices such as iPhone, BlackBerry, PSP, mobile phones, etc.
Step 3. Convert FLV to iPad MPEG4 Video
Click “Convert Now” to start the conversion on your Mac OS X.
- Flash Video has been accepted as the default online video format by many sites, such as YouTube, Hulu, VEVO, Yahoo! Video, etc, just say a few. With this iPad Video Converter for Mac, you will have access to much more online videos on your iPad.
- This DVD to iPad Converter for Mac allows users to trim the source videos, this could be very useful when you want only part of a long video clip. Plus it can save you a lot of time on the conversion.
- For Windows users, you may refer to How to Convert FLV to iPad Video?