How Can We Convert MPG to iTunes Mac/Windows?
You have some MPEG files with MPG file extension and you want to import them to iTunes for library organization or to convert these MPG files to iTunes friendly format for your iPad, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, etc. Then how to do that?
If you want to import MPG media files to iTunes on Mac/Windows, either for organization or for importing to your iPad/iPod/iPhone/Apple TV/Mac mini, you need to convert MPG video to iTunes friendly format like MP4, MOV first. To convert MPG to iTunes Mac/Windows and import it to iTunes, this professional yet easy-to-use converter, Video Converter Ultimate for Mac / Video Converter Ultimate, gives you a hassle free experience.
Now free download the Mac application via the link below, install and launch it, then follow the guide to convert MPG files to iTunes Mac.
Tutorial: Convert MPG File to Friendly Format of iTunes on Mac/Windows
Step 1: Load VOB Files
Before we start, make sure you have free downloaded and installed the proper version of this software on your computer. Launch this converter and choose the "Convert" mode. You can directly drag your favorite MPG files to either the interface or the quick-start icon on the desktop. This software will show you all loaded videos on interface.
Step 2: Output Settings
Click double up-arrow button and you will see the output format list. Here you can see available output formats are well catalogued as: Devices, Editing, HD & 3D, Web Sharing, Video and Audio. Please choose the "Device" to find iTunes as output.
Tips: You can edit the video files before conversion at will.
Step 3: Hit the "Start" button to start conversion, this converter will get the rest done.
When the conversion is done, launch iTunes, drag the output file to iTunes library and you can now sync it to your iPad, iPod or iPhone, Now you can put your favorite MPG movies on your iPod and enjoy them on the go! Besides, you can also convert FLV to iTunes Mac, MKV to iTunes Mac, WMV to iTunes Mac, etc. with the same way. So why not download to have a try now?