iFunia DVD to iPad Converter 4.2

It is designed to help you convert DVD movies into iPad-supported formats.
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iFunia Studio
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iFunia DVD to iPad Converter is a handy application designed to help you convert DVD movies into iPad-supported formats. It is meant for iPad owners who want to carry their favorite DVD videos wherever they go and make them available for playback on their personal portable device.

The program has a minimalist interface, yet attractive and quite modern. Converting DVDs with this tool is really simple, since all you need to do is add files to the list panel and choose the desired output profile. You will appreciate the ability to convert specific DVD chapters and leave the uninteresting ones unprocessed. The utility supports adding multiple items, in order to convert them in one session and merge them into a single larger file.

The application provides a generous preview for you to play back the imported files, take snapshots, and make video adjustments. When it comes to video editing, the features are rather ordinary, yet adequate and handy, so that you don't need to make use of third-party tools for basic video and audio customization. Therefore, you have the ability to crop and rotate the image, trim video scenes, as well as add subtitles and watermarks. In addition, you can control the brightness and the contrast of the displayed image. Adding special and 3D effects is also possible – they will add exquisiteness to the video appearance, so that you can enjoy a better watching experience. more

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Pros

  • Converts DVDs into iPad formats easily
  • Allows for basic video edits
  • Ability to select specific DVD chapters for conversion
  • Can take snapshots
  • Generous preview
  • Merge function
  • Supports adding external subtitles

Cons

  • Quite pricey, considering that you can only use DVD movies for the input and get iPad formats for the output

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