AVI Player for iPhone: How to Play AVI on iPhone
Are you looking for a powerful AVI player for iPhone to let you play AVI on iPhone seamlessly? When you try to do it, you’ll find iPhone is even unable to recognize your AVI files. According to its specs, iPhone supports AVI files with the following specification:
AVI is a media container format. The video and audio streams inside are stored in different ways. Motion JPEG is just one of them. Most AVI files in the market now are not encoded with Motion JPEG. Therefore, to play AVI files on iPhone, you probably need to resolve this incompatibility issue first. For this, Wondershare Video Converter ( Video Converter for Mac ) is a great help. With it, you can play any AVI file on iPhone of any kind in high quality.
Next, I’ll show you how to play AVI on iPhone successfully step by step.
1 Load AVI files
After installation, you need to run this app and then import AVI files to convert. To do it, you either click the “Add Files” button in the top left hand corner of this app’s interface to browse your computer and select the files you want to add, or directly open the folder where your files are stored on the computer and then drag the AVI files you want to this app.
2 Select iPhone output format
In this step, you need to choose iPhone as the output format. First open its output format list by clicking the the format image in the Output Format panel, and then go to “Device”> “Apple”. Here, almost all iPhone types are included. Just select one according to your device.
3 Start AVI to iPhone conversion
Just start AVI to iPhone conversion by pressing "Convert" button in the bottom right hand corner of this AVI to iPhone converter. The conversion speed is ultrafast. A few minutes later, it’ll help you finish all of these tasks.
Note: You can quickly open the output folder by pressing the “Open Folder” button at the bottom of this app. Also, you can change it here.
4 Transfer converted files to iPhone for playback
Find the output files according to its file patch, and then import them to iTunes. When it’s done, you can continue to sync these files to your iPhone for playback. That’s all.