Transcode AVI to NAS for streaming on iPad

Follow this article, you will know clearly on how to transcode AVI to NAS for easily transferring to iPad (iPad Pro, iPad Pro 9.7, iPad mini 4, iPad Air 2).

NAS, with Network Attached Storage in full, is the extender for home sharing. With the supported network protocols established between NAS and Blu-ray/DVD Player or HD TV, you can enjoy high quality movies in high definition. Then how to stream your videos, like AVI to NAS for playing on iPad? just keep reading.



To stream AVI videos to NAS device, you need to convert AVI to NAS MKV/MP4 format for iPad series. At this stage, powerful third-party software for encoding AVI to NAS is what you need. Here, iFastime Video Converter Ultimate (Mac) is perfect for you for the following reasons:

  • Convert Blu-ray, DVD, AVI, MOV, MKV, MXF, TiVo, JPEG, BMP, etc to NAS and iPad accepted formats, like H.264/MP4.
  • Transcode AVI to iPad Pro, iPad mini 4, iPad Air 2, iPhone 7, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus etc
  • Easily create an optimized file from this toolbox for main stream TV: Sony TV, Samsung TVLG TV, Panasonic TV.
  • Customize output files with provided practical video editing features, including: trim video length, crop video size, split large video into segments, add watermarks, adjust video effect.
  • Optionally set video display ratio, bitrate, frame rate and other settings to obtain the best video and audio playback on your devices.
  • Batch conversion and super fast conversion speed
  • Supported OS: Windows 2003/XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1/Windows 10 .

How to Convert AVI to NAS for streaming to iPad

Step 1: Install and launch the program, and then click the “Add” button to import the AVI files or directly drag them into program window list.

  

Step 2: Click "Format" bar, and select .mp4 from "Common video" or "HD video" to fit your NAS and iPad. Or choose the format directly from "iPad" according to your iPad models.

  

Step 3: Start the AVI to NAS/iPad conversion

Click the "Convert" button to start to convert AVI to H.264/MP4 format. When the conversion is completed, add the converted media files to your NAS, and then you will be able to stream media from NAS to iPad with ease. 

Top 5 iPad Apps 2016


Luckily for you we've tested thousands of the best iPad apps so that you don't have to. So read on for our selection of the best iPad apps - the definitive list of what applications you need to download for your iPad now.

1. New this week: Enlight ($3.99/£2.99)

Given the sheer photo-editing power available for nothing in Google's excellent Snapseed, paid apps in this space need to be something special.

Enlight covers all the basics, much as you'd expect, with a range of tools for cropping, making adjustments, adding filters, and so on. Where it excels is in shooting for a more artistic and professional approach.

From an art standpoint, you get a bunch of painterly and classic film filters that really look the part. When it comes to professional retouching, you can process up to 50MP images on an iPad Pro, work with noise reduction, freeze areas of images when transforming them, and precision-mask any effect.

The first time you try any tool, a tutorial leads you through the process, but on the whole Enlight has the kind of interface that's easy to click with.

The destructive nature of effects and editing is a pity - you can't later adjust something you changed a while ago, only undo. But that's the only niggle in this otherwise excellent photo editor for iPad.

2. Fontmania ($2.99/£2.29)

There are plenty of apps that provide the means to turn photos into messages and poster-style artwork. Elsewhere in this list we mention the excellent Retype, for example. But if you hanker after more control, Fontmania is a good bet.

This isn't the most complex or feature-rich app of its kind, but it is extremely pleasing to use. On selecting your photo, you can add a filter. Then it's down to business with typography. The 'Art' section houses frames, dividers, shapes and pre-made 'artworks'. The 'Text' section is for typing out whatever you like, and you can choose from a range of fonts.

Really, it's the interface that makes Fontmania. The simple sidebar is clear and non-intrusive, providing quick access to tools like Color and Shadow.

All items added to the canvas can be manipulated using standard iOS gestures, avoiding the awkwardness sometimes seen within this sort of app.

Perhaps best of all, though, Fontmania is a pay-once product. Download and you get access to everything, rather than suddenly discovering a drop shadow or extra font will require digging into your wallet again.

3. 1Password (Free)

Although Apple introduced iCloud Keychain in iOS 7, designed to securely store passwords and payment information, 1Password is a more powerful system. It can also hold identities, secure notes, network information and app licence details. Your stored data can then be accessed on more than just Apple's platforms. The core app is free, but you'll need to pay $9.99 / £7.99 to get access to all its features.

4. Madefire Comics & Motion Books (free)

The iPad has given new life to comics, providing the perfect digital home for them with its big, sharp, colourful screen and Madefire Comics makes the most of it by stocking motion comics. As the name suggests these include movement rather than just static panels and often feature music and sound effects too, bringing you into the story like never before. With big names and an ever growing library Madefire is essential for comic fans.

5. Air Video HD ($2.99, £2.29)

Even the most expensive iPads in Apple's line-up don't have a massive amount of storage, and space is rapidly eaten up if you keep videos on the device. Air Video HD acts as an alternative: stream movies from a PC or Mac, auto-encoding on-the-fly as necessary. There's also full support for offline viewing, soft subtitles and AirPlay to an Apple TV.

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