HP TouchPad saw its sales rising after its prices was drastically reduced. A lot of users rushed to grab the opportunity of getting this 9.7” tablet at very concessionary prices. The tablet, which runs WebOS has a bit of a problem it does not run MTS video files.
What to do! Well there is a solution for it- you convert MTS to H.264 MP4 for HP TouchPad on Mac OS X Lion. For that you will need Pavtube Video Converter for Mac
- Install and run Pavtube Video Converter for Mac on you Mac. Click “Add”, for adding your mts files for HP TouchPad.
- Then click on Format > iPad > iPad 2 Video H.264 (*.mp4) to get the optimized video preset for iPad 2 that also can be played on HP TouchPad with high definition quality.
- Click “Convert” on the main interface of the MTS to H.264 MP4 Converter for HP TouchPad to start MTS to HP TouchPad MP4 conversion.
The HP TouchPad video converter Software lets you import and convert multiple MTS files in batch. Furthermore you can convert certain MTS videos into a single one.
After Conversion is complete, Connect the HP TouchPad to your Mac Computer using USB cable and move the converted MTS files to HP TouchPad.
Enjoy movies on HP TouchPad!
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