Today when I was in iLounge forum, I met two interesting questions; both of them are about iPad. The first one is about convert files from ISO to iPad, here I have a solution. The second one is about taking notes on iPad, I learned something and shared with you all.
I have a boatload of movies stored as .iso files. Does anyone have a positive experience with a program that will convert an .iso file directly to a whatever format works on an iPad or must I burn a DVD and then use a program to do the conversion to the iPad format?
Here I recommend Daniusoft Video Converter Ultimate, flagship of Daniusoft, will help converting ISO to iPad with high speed and awesome quality. Click here to download the software.
Now, let me explain how to convert ISO to iPad with Daniusoft Video Converter Ultimate.
1. Install the software and start it.
2. Load ISO file.
Import ISO image files by dragging and dropping, or clicking "Load DVD" button or "File" menu.
3. Set output options for iPad
- Click "Profile" drop-down list and choose iPad profile. There are also lots of specific MP4 profiles optimized for various digital devices. You can choose any one as you want.
- Click "Browse" button to select output directory.
convert ISO files for iPad
Tips: Click "Settings…" to tweak the detailed video and audio encoding settings.
Or click "Edit" or "Clip" to trim video into several segments by setting a specific output file size, append special effects, crop video screen area, add text/picture watermark.
4. Start to convert ISO to iPad
After all the above settings, simply click "Start" button to start the conversion from ISO to iPad. You can just sit back, and this ISO to iPad converter will do the rest for you.
I was thinking of using my iPad to take notes during meetings in work. Can anyone recommend a good application for this, paid or otherwise?
I’d be looking for something with an option to recognize my handwriting and convert to text so that I can share my notes via email.
Is this possible?
This is an interesting question and I learn that there are two recommendations: PhatPad and Audiotorium Notes. Wish they fit you.