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How to Play MTS/MSTS on iPhone (X/8/8 Plus/7/7 Plus/6s/6/6 Plus)

Jane Vivian

Oct 17, 2017 05:08 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

AVCHD actually support both SD and HD video in the video compression of MPEG-4 AVC/H.264. The general file extension are MTS and M2TS which are commonly from Blu-ray Disc, JVC, Canon, Panasonic, Sony Camcorders, etc. iPhone X/8 even iPhone series, ipad, iTunes doesn’t support MTS/M2TS natively, to watch MTS, M2TS files on iPhone, you need a video converter to convert MTS/M2TS to iPhone supported formats such as MOV, MP4, M4V, etc. There are tons of MTS/M2TS video converters in the market, that make you puzzled when choosing the best MTS video converter. The quality and design of them are uneven. For those people who try to convert MTS/M2TS online, or with free video converter and want to get high quality generated files, I have to say that there is no free lunch in this world. Usually, online vdieo converter has many flaws such as needing you to offer personal private information, your email, or taking long time to help you convert MTS files. Free MTS/M2TS converter definitly make MTS video conversion for you, when you open the converted files happliy and you find there is shitty watermark on your video. To avoid those issues, why don’t go to find the

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Tips for Playing Any 4K Video on Apple TV 4K

Jane Vivian

Oct 10, 2017 04:27 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

The last Apple TV had everything we wanted from a set-top box — except for 4K support. That’s being fixed this year with the Apple TV 4K. It finally gives Apple fans a way to watch higher-resolution streaming video and, not surprisingly, it’ll also accompany the debut of 4K video on iTunes. Naturally, you’ll also be able to watch high-res content on Netflix and other services, as well as take advantage of high-dynamic range lighting with HDR10 and Dolby Vision. You also can transfer your local 4k video files to iTunes or Plex for Apple TV 4K streaming. The source of 4k video could be various. You can get 4k footage via Samsung Galaxy Note 8, iPhone 8, iPhone X. Or other 4k video shot by DJI Drones, Gopro camera, and UHD camcoder, downloaded from Youtube, and more. Although Apple still doesn’t claim the new Apple TV 4K supported format, it might be MP4, MOV formats according to the older Apple TV 4/3/2/1 supported video. By the way, many 4K videos are encoded with HEVC codec, from Apple official website, this TV box has the ability to handle HEVC 4K video. How can we do if we meet the 4k

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Best Workflow to Play 4K Videos on iPhone X

Jane Vivian

Oct 03, 2017 08:46 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

iPhone X has released for several days and will be available for order on October 27th. Our vision has always been to create an iPhone that is entirely screen. One so immersive the device itself disappears into the experience. And so intelligent it can respond to a tap, your voice, and even a glance. With iPhone X, that vision is now a reality. From official data, we know iPhone X can shoot 4K video perfectly. But play 4K video on iPhone X flawlessly could be difficult. 4K UHD video is really difficult for a lot of things to play back. Many computers can’t handle it. iPhone X enables you to shoot 4k video for sharing and playback on iMovie, Youtube, Facebook. From the official website we know, iPhone X does support to play 4k video but those vdieo are formatted to MP4 and MOV. However, a 4K video could be in MP4, MTS/M2TS, AVCHD, MKV, XAVC and MXF. This is also why we come across "Unsupported Video Format" error when importing 4K videos downloaded online or recorded by Phantom, Gopro and other 4K UHD cameras into an iPhone X. To sum up, iPhone supports 4K video recording and playing, but

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How to Watch 3D Blu-ray on VR One (Plus) via iPhone X

Jane Vivian

Sep 26, 2017 05:32 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

With iPhone X, ZEISS VR One Plus could bring us to the world of virtual reality. You can simply download and launch the apps available for mobile VR devices, lock your iPhone X in the VR One precision tray and slide it in the VR One for amazing movie experience. For Blu-ray discs fans, have you thought of getting your 3D Blu-ray collections to VR One for watching by passing copy protection and region codes of commercial BDs, instead of going to the cinema? If you do, keep reading! Whatever purposes you are on, importing 3D Blu-ray movies into Zeiss VR for amusement is not a bad choice for you! It’s important to know that VR One Cinema app supports 3D movies in side-by-side format. However VR One goes without 3D Blu-ray technology involved. VR One don’t have the BD drive for playing 3D Blu-ray movies. To work this out, the only route is to rip 3D Blu-rays to VR One supported file type and bypass the copy protection and region codes of commercial BDs. Have no idea about that? Well, here we share you the easy way to watch 3D Blu-ray on VR One with your iPhone X. To

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Best 4K Video Converter for MacOS High Sierra

Jane Vivian

Sep 19, 2017 04:24 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

Part 1: What is 4K Video Resolution and How to Get 4K Video? Part 2: Why do We Need a 4K Video Converter? Part 3: How to Convert 4K Videos on MacOS High Seirra? Part 1: What is 4K Video Resolution and How to Get 4K Video? 4K resolution, also called 4K, refers to a horizontal resolution in the order of 4,000 pixels. Technology trends may push 4K resolution to the future. 4K is also a new resolution standard designed for digital cinema and computer graphics. It takes advantages over other video format: higher image definition quality, more detailed picture, better fast-action and larger projection surface visibility. In our daily life, you can get the 4K video in different ways. You could download 4K videos or movies from video sharing websites, such as Youtube; record 4k mov, mp4 footage via 4k camcoder, such as DJI Mavic Pro, GoPro Hero 5, Canon XC10, even iPhone 7 Plus. Part 2: Why do We Need a 4K Video Converter? Watching 4k video must be a kind of enjoyment, with the popularization of 4k, people can enjoy videos and movies with splendid vivid details. However, you may often meet those issues, such as, you can’t play some 4k

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How to Play DVD on iPhone8 With 100% Video Quality?

Jane Vivian

Sep 12, 2017 03:34 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

It will be wonderful experience to watch DVD movies on iPhone 8/Plus, cause iPhone 8 comes with an improved 4k display, larger storage and longer battery life. In fact, iPhone 8 is devoid of DVD drive, to play DVD movies on iPhone 8, getting a DVD copier is unavoidable. Besides, DVD movies are generally in large sizes, to transfer more DVD movies on your iPhone 8, you need make them smaller size whlie retaining the original quality. If you can satisfy both demands, you will get a perfect experience when playing DVD movies on iPhone 8/Plus. How to satisfy those two demands? Luckily, there are tools that make this possible. In this article, we highly recommend you a DVD to iPhone 8 converter, I bet thousands of Apple fans are eager to experience those new features and watch DVD movies on iPhone 8. In addition, we will show you how to convert DVD to iPhone 8 step by step, keep reading. iPhone 8 Supported Audio and Video Formats Pavtube DVDAid can copy old DVD discs with some slight scratch and dust and also can decrypt the latest released DVD discs with the most advanced copyright protection mechanism. The interface of the best

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How to Watch Blu-ray on iPhone8 (iPhone X included)?

Jane Vivian

Sep 05, 2017 05:55 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: BD/DVD Tools

iPhone 8 will be officially unveiled on 12 September.  As Apple fans, this news must be very exciting. The same to me! Cause Apple products will never let us down. Adding weight the rumours that Apple will ditch the traditional home button on the iPhone 8, developer Guilherme Rambo claims that users will instead be able to activate Siri by holding the smartphone’s power button. Moreover, a report at Forbes claims that pricing could start at an eye-watering $1,100 to $1,200, with Apple offering the handset in 128GB and 256GB configurations only. Thanks to its storage space, it will be great to watch many Bluray movies on iPhone 8 (iPhone X). There are a wide variety of free Blu-ray converters available out there offering conversion function only. A majority of these converters works slow and consumes a lot CPU memory as most of them use the internet. These converters don’t offer video editing functions or customizing videos functions. In this case, Pavtube ByteCopy comes as the best Blu-ray ripper, which has the ability to bypass copy and region protection on a commercial Blu-ray disc. In addition, as the Blu-ray disc encryption frequently changes and becomes harder to crack, so you’ll need to get a

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Top 7 Video Players for iPad 2017

Jane Vivian

Aug 29, 2017 06:29 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

Are you looking for the best video player apps for you iPad? However, there’s a ton of them on the App Store. Look around and you see countless iPad video players. Some of them, users say, are the best. Some are good. Some are just so-so. While the definition of "best" differs from person to person based on their requirements and the features, so, we have collected the most popular and trustworthy iPad video players for you. The Best iPad Video Player Apps On The Market (2017) Top1: OPlayer Lite OPlayer Lite is actually one of the best video players for iPad series. It boosts your iPad media capabilities. OPlayer Lite plays all your videos directly without having to convert them! OPlayer supports almost every format for video/audio playback. It gives you the flexibility to be able to download your files to your device, or browse a SAMBA/FTP/UPnP/DLNA share over the network. The decoding can be particularly tricky with other apps but Oplayer appears to handle it quite good.   Top2: Infuse This video player supports all popular media file formats like WMV, MP4, AVI and MKV etc, so you don’t have to perform a conversion process rather you can

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Best DVD to iPad Converter

Jane Vivian

Aug 23, 2017 05:11 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Apple

About a decade ago, DVD was king of home entertainment. Having swept VHS into obsolescence, this technology marked a major turning point in the transition from an analog world to a digital one. But even greater innovations were to come: High-definition discs like Blu-ray and streaming media services such as Netflix and Hulu took a major bite out of DVDs’ dominance. But DVDs remain a major part of our digital lives and they aren’t going away any time soon. Another major advancement in the entertainment space is Apple’s iPad. The ability to stream, download and watch an enormous amount of movies, music and TV shows is only one of its exceptional features. The App Store allows you to use this device for nearly any purpose you can think of. However, these two technologies don’t quite match up. An iPad lacks an optical drive, so you can’t insert a DVD into it. You can purchase your DVD collection from the iTunes Store, but that can be expensive, especially if you have a large DVD library. This is where DVD to iPad converter software comes in. This program allows you to transfer your DVD movies and TV shows from discs to computer. As we

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How to Play QuickTime MOV Files on Any TV

Jane Vivian

Aug 15, 2017 09:22 am / Posted by Jane Vivian | Categories: Video Tools

Have you met this issue that you have several MOV files that you wanna play them on TV after trying all the efforts but got failure? That happens and as common, not unique. As we all know, .mov is filename extension for QuickTime multimedia file format which developed by Apple, and your TV just won’t be able to recognize all of them. So, to play MOV on any TV, you should find another way, the following guide will show you how to play QuickTime MOV on any TV, keep reading. MOV is just a container format which holds video, audio, image or subtitles in it. And the video and audio files in different MOV files can be encoded with different codecs. if you want to play MOV files on TV, like Samsung/LG/Sony/Panasonic 3D, HD, UHD, LED Smart TV, you need to convert MOV(QuickTime) to TV friendly formats, such as MP4. In order to get rid of the incompatibility issues quickly, you will need the Pavtube Video Converter for Windows/Mac. This program is popular for its simplicity efficiency and quality. Actually, all the incompatibility problem will be nothing as long as you have the MOV to TV converter. Pavtube Video Converter

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