Full Solutions for Your iPhone: How to convert DVD/video, ma

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willstout
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Full Solutions for Your iPhone: How to convert DVD/video, ma

Postby willstout » Thu Jan 06, 2011 10:14 pm

From the first generation of iPhone on June 29, 2007 in USA to the lasted iPhone 3G S, iPhone have become an irreplaceable assistant of our daily life. We use iPhone to contact with friends, deal with Email, find information on the internet, watch youtube video, and so on. How to make your iPhone more enjoyable? Here I recommend you a really powerful iPhone software Pack. It can help you to put your DVD movies and videos you have one your iPhone, it can also backup your iPhone info, also it can make your own iPhone ringtone from your music and videos.

Part 1: How to convert your DVD movies to your iPhone use DVD to iPhone Converter (LinkRemoved)

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Step 1: Load DVD
Put your DVD in your DVD Drive and click “Load DVD” button

Step 2: Choose output profile and Settings
You can choose your output profile in the drop-list when you click profile list.
You can also adjust your settings, such as Resolution, Bitrate, so on.

Step 3: Edit Video
You can do “Trim”, “Crop”, “Merge into one file”and other video editing functions to make your video more enjoyable.

Click “Start” to begin you conversion. After few mins you can enjoy your DVD movies on your iPhone.

Part 2: How to Converter your videos to iPhone use iPhone video converter

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Step 1: Add file
Click “Add File” button to add your video you want to put on your iPhone.

Step 2: Choose output profile and settings
You can choose your output profile in the drop-list when you click profile list.
You can also adjust your settings, such as Resolution, Bitrate and Encoder and so on.

Part 3: How to transfer Backup iPhone info with iPhone Transfer

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Step 1: Click iPhone Transfer
Click “Computer to iPhone”(1) button, it will allow you to transfer songs and videos from your computer to iPhone easily.
Click “iPhone to Computer”(2) button, it will allow you to backup your songs and videos from iPhone to your computer.
Click “iPhone to iPhone”(3) button, it will allow you to transfer songs and videos from one iPhone to another iPhone dirrectly.

Part 4: How to make your own iPhone ringtone

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Step 1: Click iPhone Rigntone Maker and click “Browse” on the right side of "Input File" to import the file that you want to make ringtone from it.
Step 2: Play it and listen the music to find the segment that you want to use it as ringtone. Then drag and click the start & end slider to set your wanted segment, or type the start & end time in the corresponding text box directly to get the exact segment. You also can pre-listen the converted audio before generate.

Step 3: Click “Browse” on the right side of "Local Output Folder" to choose the output destination.

Step 4: Check "Export to iPhone" option, the converted ringtone will be load to your iPhone directly.

Step 5: After all the settings are finished, click “Generate” to begin making your own iPhone ringtone.

For Mac users I recommend you iPhone Software Pack for Mac.

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Functions:
1.Converter DVD to iPhone video format.
2.Converter Videos to iPhone video format.
3.Backup iPhone music and videos to your Mac
4.Make your own iPhone ringtone from your music and videos.

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Re: Full Solutions for Your iPhone: How to convert DVD/video, ma

Postby rman1201 » Thu Jan 06, 2011 10:17 pm

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Re: Full Solutions for Your iPhone: How to convert DVD/video, ma

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Re: Full Solutions for Your iPhone: How to convert DVD/video, ma

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