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Apple iPad

You can listen to audio and view video eBooks on your iPad

In case you're not sure how to load MP3 or MP4 (H.264) video files to your iPad, we've included instructions below:

Downlaod the ebook you want from our iPREPpress store.

Add either MP3 audio files or  MP4 (H.264) video files to your iPad

Play your audio or video eBook like you would any music or video.


How to add audio or video to your iPad

The audio and video files you download from iPREPpress are zipped files that end in extension ".zip". For example, the file may be named something like "1984  Study Guide MP4.zip ."

On PCs, you can usually double click on the zipped folder and then extract and save the files to your computer hard drive. If not, use a program like WinZip or any other available unzip programs. Remember where you save these files on your hard disk.

For Macs, there is a free program called Betterzip. Click to download it.

Please follow the instructions below. They apply to both audio or video files:

Connect your iPad to your computer and launch iTunes. You'll see your iPad and several tabs. Click on "Music" tab and check  "Sync music". Click on the Video tab, scroll down toward the bottom of the screen and check "Sync movies".

In iTunes, look at the upper left hand corner for File. Click on it and a drop down menu will appear.
Windows only:  Click on "Add FOLDER to library".
Mac only: Click on "Add to library"

The drop down browse menu appears. Find "Computer" for Vista or Win 7 or "My Computer " for XP. Open it and look for the folder on your hard disk.

Select the folder named something like "1984 Video Study Guide" for example. This is the content you unzipped to our hard disk earlier. Click "Open". The audio or video files will now  load into your iTunes library.

Sync up your iPod with iTunes. If you DO NOT have "Manually mange music and videos" selected, then your most recent files will automatically load into your iPhone. If you do "Manually manage music and videos", then drag the new files from your iTunes library to your iPhone.

Eject your iPad. At the menu of your iPad click on the "Videos" icon and find the  video files there. Click on the "iPod" icon to find the audio files.




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