Written by Shareware Rating on January 27th, 2010 in DVD & Multimedia.
Today, I will share some of my experience of iPhone: put DVD/video/audio to iPhone. And the most inconvenience is how to edit the playlist of iPhone iTunes.
1. How to put DVD/Video/Music to your iPhone
After you download Daniusoft DVD to iPhone Suite, you may find there are two options for you to choose for DVD to IPhone or Video to IPhone.
DVD to iPhone
1. Run ‘DVD to iPhone Converte’ to load Daniusoft DVD to iPhone Converter.
Insert your DVD disc into your DVD-Rom. Click ‘Load DVD’ button to add the DVD file to iPhone. You can also click ‘Load File’ to add DVD/IFO from your hard disk to iPhone.
A regular DVD movie has several titles, by default, this software will merge all the DVD chapters into one video clips to iPhone, you can check the click box before the title list to select any DVD clips you want to rip to iPhone. Then just check the box ‘Merge into one file’ to join file.
2. Open the drop download list to choose the Audio and Subtitle you like, you can also change the output files location.
3. Click on ‘Start’ button to start the conversion.
This software let you to Cut off the black edge of DVD to iPhone.
Click on ‘Effect’ button. Move your mouse cursor to a box on the frame around the video to cut off black edge.
Video to iPhone
Click ‘Video to iPhone Converter’ to load the Daniusoft Video to iPhone Converter.
The convert video to iPhone is similar with the operation of convert DVD to IPhone.
‘Add’ button to load video -> Choose output ‘format’ -> ‘Start’ Convert
This software supports batch conversion, so you can add several video clips at one time.
With the ‘trim’ function, you can trim any segment of videos to iPhone convert as you want by set the start and end time.
Click on ‘Effect’ button. You can Adjust Brightness, Contract, Saturation of the video to iPhone and the adjust the volume of music.
Music Audio to iPhone – Select to add the music audio to the software and choose any audio output for iPhone as you want.
2. How to edit the playlist of iPhone iTunes
Whether you’re an iPod guru or an iTunes newbie, setting up the iPhone presents a new set of challenges for you to edit the playlist of iPhone iTunes.
Because the iPhone does not allow you to manually drag and drop music from your iTunes library, you’re faced with three options–have your entire music library sync to the iPhone every time you connect to your computer; have only certain iTunes playlists sync to your iPhone; or prevent music from syncing at all.
Here I found a good way to help you to edit the playlist of iPhone iTunes:
Make a regular iPhone playlist that holds your favorite desert island songs that you simply can’t live without, then use a few smart playlists to keep fresh content cycling in. After you made your playlists, simply connect your iPhone, open to the Music tab, and check off your playlists on the menu. Now, let’s walk through an example.
Step 1 Open up iPhone iTunes and create a regular playlist: File menu -> New Playlist -> Name the playlist iPhone Playlist
This will be your list of music you simply can’t live without.
Step 2 Locate these must-have tracks in your music library and drag the files onto the icon of your newly created playlist
right-click on the music selection -> Add to Playlist
Limit this list to fewer than 50 songs at first. You can always go back and add more later.
Step 3 Create a smart playlist: iTunes file menu -> New Smart Playlist.
A smart playlist rule box will appear.
Step 4 Define your smart playlist.
For this example, click the left drop-down menu that currently reads Artist and scroll down to select Genre. In the text box to the right, type in ‘POP.’ Now click the ‘+’ symbol to the right of the text box to create another rule for the playlist. For this rule, use the left drop-down menu on the next line down to select Date Added, then use the middle drop menu to select ‘is in the last’, and then type 180 in the box on the right. Next, check the box under the rules that says ‘Limit to 25 items selected randomly’.
Hit OK, and with any luck you’ve just created a smart playlist that will continually present you with a random selection of 25 rock songs that have been added to your music library in the past six months. If POP is not your taste, feel free to change this to whatever genre you prefer.
Step 5 Connect your iPhone. Select the iPhone’s icon in the iTunes Device list on the left side.
You should now see your iPhone’s general information tab in the iTunes main window.
Uncheck the Sync Entire Library box and select the individual playlists that you want to sync to your iPhone.
Click the Apply button to sync your new playlist selections to your iPhone. Just eject your iPhone and ready to go. Download Free Trial