How to Play RMVB on iPad?http://www.dvdtoitunes.net/dvdtoitunes-guide/convert-rmvb-to-ipad.html
• RMVB is a great video format for online playing because of its smaller file sizes and lower bit rates with better quality compared to DivX files. In a word, RMVB is a very popular video format that most people may have many interesting video clips and movies in RMVB format saved on their PC. But what really annoy people is that this format is not compatible by most media players or devices including iPad.• To play RMVB on iPad, you need to convert RMVB to iPad supported format MP4 with H.264 or MPEG-4 codes first. Cucusoft iPad Video Converter is currently a widely-used RMVB to iPad Converter which is specially designed for iPad video conversion from almost all kinds of video formats like MOV, AVI, WMV, MPEG, DivX, etc.• Free download the professional RMVB to iPad Converter to have a try now!
Step by Step Guide to Convert RMVB to iPad• Step 1: Download, install and launch the Cucusoft iPad Video Converter. Two windows will jump out as below. The first one is the main interface for converting RMVB to iPad, and the second window is for video preview.
• Step 2: In the first window, press "Open file" to load one or more RMVB files from your PC. You can also use the "Remove" button to remove the one you dont want to convert.• Step 3: At the right area of the first window, choose a correct format H.264 or MPEG-4 for iPad in the "Profile" bar. In the lower "Output" box, you can select a saving location for the converted videos
• Step 4: Hit the biggest button "Convert" as circled in red as below to start to convert RMVB to iPad. When the conversion has been finished, you will be prompted in the "Conversion status" box.• Find the converted RMVB videos in the saving folder on your PC, sync them to your iPad through iTunes. Now you can play RMVB on iPad for mobile entertainment!
Thank you for reading!• More Guides: Burn AVI Files to DVD Burn iTunes M4V to DVD• Tips: RMVB (RealMedia Variable Bitrate) is a variable bitrate extension of the RealMedia multimedia container format developed by RealNetworks.