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Hello, I’m thinking about upgrade my Mac computer and I want to be able to convert my multi-track HD video (mkv format) to my iPad. Can I do this? Do I need some converting tool cauz I found my iPad can’t play mkv video? Will I lose the HD quality? What should I do if I want to keep the HD quality? Is there special software I need?

 

 

 

PS. Any solution choose audio language track for the multi-track HD video? I guess I've become out of the tech loop in the past ten years and technology has passed me by. Please help.

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Hello, I’m thinking about upgrade my Mac computer and I want to be able to convert my multi-track HD video (mkv format) to my iPad. Can I do this? Do I need some converting tool cauz I found my iPad can’t play mkv video? Will I lose the HD quality? What should I do if I want to keep the HD quality? Is there special software I need?

 

 

 

PS. Any solution choose audio language track for the multi-track HD video? I guess I've become out of the tech loop in the past ten years and technology has passed me by. Please help.

well, i am not sure about your mean "multi-track video", if you want to find some player to help you choose the audio language, i'd recommed you do a forum search first to find a lot of usful information.

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mkvtools can remux your mkv files into mp4 without converting it.

but ipad only accept H264 and AAC, check the format before you convert it.

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Vlc for the Ipad is at the itunes store. It's free and may play that format without having to convert give it a try.

 

Oh, streamtome plays mkv iirc and you can stream the movies in your home network. Cost a couple dollars. Also at the store.

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