How to Convert MKV to The New iPhone 5
iPhone 5 is coming. Like other iPhone versions, the new iPhone 5 is not compatible with MKV video files. However, there are more and more videos, movies saved in MKV format, so that it’s necessary for us to learn how to play MKV on iPhone 5, especially when we have lots of MKV files and want to enjoy them on the device. Therefore, in this article, I’ll share a simple and effective way to help you guys enjoy MKV files on your new purchased iPhone 5 in a high video quality.
I use Wondershare Video Converter ( Video Converter for Mac ) as a reliable MKV to iPhone 5 video converter to convert MKV format file to iPhone 5 supported format file, next, import the converted files to iTunes, and then sync them to my iPhone 5 for personal entertainment. It’s very easy, isn’t it? Let’s start the video conversion now!
1 Load MKV files to this MKV to iPhone 5 converter
First, you need to load all MKV files you want to convert, so that they are listed in the left pane of this app. To do it, you can click the “Add Files” menu in the “Convert” interface to import your local MKV files, or you can directly drag and drop them from the computer to this app.
2 Choose an iPhone 5 compatible video format
In this app’s output format list, there is a directly-optimized format for each Apple device, including iPhone 5. In this step, we need to choose the particular format for iPhone 5. Just click the format image on the right side of the interface. Immediately, you can get this app’s output format list, where you can go to “Device”> “Apple”>“iPhone 5”. The format is surely compatible with the new iPhone 5.
3 Start MKV to iPhone 5 convertion
Just start to convert MKV to iPhone 5 by pressing the "Convert" button in the bottom-right corner of this Video Converter . Do you see this app is converting MKV files? Yeah, you do. And you can also clearly see the conversion progress bar. When it reaches 100%, just hit the “Open” button at the bottom to find these converted files.
Now, it’s time for you to import these output files to iTunes library. When you try to do it, you’ll find these originally-unsupported MKV files can be loaded without any trouble. After that, you need to sync them to iPhone 5.