Converting video files in Videora iPhone Converter is dead easy (when connected to the internet), as it has a built-in online guide to help you convert your videos. This guide will show you how to convert your video files. To view a larger version of any of the screenshots, simply click on the screenshot desired.
You can still convert videos if you do not have an internet connection present. However, you may only use the Power Mode to convert videos, as the Normal Mode requires the internet to show its online guide. The guide below is intended for Normal Mode users only. If you are Power Mode user, you should be reading our Video to iPhone Guide for Power Mode.
Home Section - This is the first screen you see when you start up our iPhone video converter. To convert a video file, click the "Convert" main menu button [Upper Purple Box]. This will take you to the Convert Section of the program. Once you are there, click the "Video File" tab and you should see the next screenshot.
Mode Selection - Videora iPhone Converter has two ways of converting videos, though Normal Mode, which can only be used when an internet connection is present, and through Power Mode, which can be used when both online or offline.
As explained in the screenshot, Normal Mode is for users that don't understand technical jargon and want an easy way to convert videos. On the other hand, Power Mode is for users who understand acronyms like MPEG-4, H.264, QVGA, VGA, Kbps, terms like 1 Pass, 2 Pass, AviSynth and want the ability to change every possible video conversion setting.
The remaining portions of this guide will explain how to convert videos in Normal Mode. Power mode users should read our Video to iPhone Guide for Power Mode.
Video Conversion Settings - The Video Settings lets Videora iPhone Converter know how you want your video converted. You can change each of the settings by clicking a slider knob (Orange Square) and dragging it to the setting you want.
Each of these settings have an impact on the conversion speed, overall video quality and final file size. You can see this impact in real time as you drag the slider knbos.
iTunes - Once the conversion is complete, the video will be automatically added to iTunes. To place the video on your iPhone, simply sync your iPhone with iTunes.
Extra: Converting Multiple Files - You can convert multiple files (one after another) by simply following the steps above. You do not have to wait until the first conversion is complete, you can follow these steps while your first video is still converting.
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