How To Convert a Video For iPhone 8 ?

Convert movies or videos to iPhone

Any video converter is a great iphone video converter to convert almost any movie formats to iPhone. You can convert YouTube to iPhone, movies for iphone, DVD for iphone, Quicktime for iPhone, AVI for iPhone, WMV for iPhone, MP4 for iPhone, FLV for iPhone, MOV for iPhone, MPEG1 for iPhone, MPEG2 for iPhone, 3gp for iphone, DivX for iPhone mp4 Format.

How To Convert a Video For iPhone 8

In addition, it can convert videos to iPad, iPod, iPhone, iPhone 4 G, iPod Touch, KIN One and Two, Apple TV, Zune, PSP, Walkman, Archos, Creative Zen, IRiver PMP, Sandisk Sansa and other video camera, 3gp phones, MP4/MP3 players, PS3, Wii, Xbox360 etc.

  1. Choose a module
    Start DVDFab 10 and choose the Converter module after you download DVDFab 10.
  2. Load source
    Load the source video by dragging and dropping it into the main interface, or by using the + button to add. After loading, you will see that all the elements of the video are displayed on the interface, such as name, duration, audio track, subtitle, etc.
  3. Choose the profile
    Navigate to the Profile library area that is on the left, choose iPhone 8 Device
  4. Personalize the video output
    Now you can choose the titles, chapters, audio tracks and subtitles, set the names of the titles by clicking on the corresponding tab according to your need.
    We provide the advanced settings for the video expert, click the Gear button to access the advanced settings, here you are allowed to change the video settings, audio, as well as subtitle, for example, the image frequency, the Resolution, audio channels, subtitle insertion mode, etc. The ‘Apply to all’ setting allows you to save your changes and apply them to all previous conversions.
    DVDFab always thinks of you if you want to go further to make video editing, for example, cut only part of the video, crop the video to avoid the black strips, add watermarks according to your need.
  5. Select a directory and start the RIP process
    Click the ‘Folder’ button to select a directory to record the video output. And then start the RIP process via the ‘Start’ button

Everything else is at DVDFab, the process time depends on the size of the source video, but in general it does not take much time because DVDFab embarks its own technology to speed up speed, yet no concession has been made on the quality of Video.

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