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Simplest Way to Convert and Play FLV Videos on iPad Mini

Why Do We Need to Convert and Put FLV on iPad Mini

iPad mini, flagship tablets from Apple, now comes in four generations: iPad mini/mini 2/3/4. With enough big screen and high definition, iPad mini is a popular device to enjoy videos on. However, it’s disappointing that iPad Mini only supports a few video formats like MP4, etc. The popular format FLV is out of luck. In case you want to watch YouTube videos on iPad Mini offline, this small tablet seems to have nothing to do with it as YouTube videos usually come with FLV format. So if you feel like to share YouTube video with your friends and play FLV on iPad Mini, you have to convert FLV video to iPad Mini compatible format in the first. Well, MacX Video Converter Pro is here for you to do this job perfectly.

Fastest FLV to iPad mini Converter

World No.1 fastest iPad mini FLV converter to download/convert FLV clips to iPad mini 4/3/2/1 other iPads with the fastest speed and no quality loss!

This Mac FLV to iPad Mini converter is especially designed for Mac users to convert FLV videos to iPad Mini easily. First, it helps to convert FLV to iPad mini supported formats with No.1 fast speed (thanks to it's hardware acceleration tech) and no quality loss, which enables you to play FLV videos on iPad Mini wherever you are
Besides, for those who want to download YouTube videos to iPad Mini, this professional iPad video converter also makes it happen in a few clicks, which enables you to download and play YouTube movies videos to iPads with super high speed and excellent video quality.

Tutorial to Convert and Play FLV on iPad Mini (iPad mini 4/3/2)

 

Mac FLV to iPad Mini converter

Step 1: Load FLV Files
After free download Mac FLV to iPad Mini converter and install it, click "Add File" button and locate the FLV files which you want to convert or simply click "YouTube" button, then copy and paste the URL of the FLV video in the box you want to convert.

Step 2: Choose "to iPad" as the Output Format
Fist of all, click "to iPad" button and choose to convert FLV to iPad mini 4/3/2, or iPad Pro, Air 2 and other devices. You can also change audio and video parameters as you wish.

Step 3: Select the Output Folder
Specify output folder on your computer to save the output files. Click the "Browse" button to choose the path where you want to save the output files in.

Step 4: Press the "RUN" button
After finish the above steps, click the "Start" button to start transferring FLV to iPad Mini on your Mac OS X, you could view the conversion progress and are able to cancel the converting process at anytime.

For those who would like to convert to more output formats with this iPad video converter, it would give a hand by providing more output formats like to MOV, to MP4, to YouTube, to Music, etc.

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Author: Olivia Quinn | Updated on Dec 6, 2018