How to Convert 1080P to 720P HD Video for iPod Touch
"I have some HD videos including 720P, 1080P and blue ray DVD. In order to watch these HD videos on my iPod Touch, I have tried many HD video to iPod converters, but there are always errors (like the black frame). What's the best way to convert HD video to iPod Touch? And how to convert 1080p MKV file movies to 720p MKV?"
Have you ever been frustrated with the same question above? There are tons of video to iPod Touch converters on market, but not all of them are available for HD videos. So what's your solution? If you have a great one, don't forget to share it with others who are still annoyed.
Here we recommend Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate, which is a very useful video converter to convert HD videos, movies to iPod Touch with lossless quality; meanwhile, it helps you convert all your MKV file movies from 1080p to 720p easily for your iPod Touch.
Download and install Aimersoft Video Converter
1 Load HD video files
Click Add Files and load your 1080P HD video files to this 1080P to 720P converter.
2Set output format and parameters
To convert 1080P video to 720P for iPod Touch, click "Advanced". Then choose iPod touch 4 HD as the output format, and you will find the resolution is "1280*720". Yes, it's the exact 720P for your iPod Touch.
3Edit video (optional)
If you want to play your videos on iPod Touch with full screen, you can edit your videos by clicking Edit. Then you can trim and crop them, add watermarks and apply sepcial effects to create your own style videos for watching and sharing. Of course, you can skip this step if you have no need of it.
4 Start to convert 1080P HD video files to 720P
You are nearly completing this task here. Just click to "Convert" you conversion with Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate, and you can find your converted videos by hitting the Open Folder button. Then it's time to put your 720P HD videos into your iPod touch for enjoyment on the go now!
Note: If the video has external subtitle, make sure the subtitle file name is exactly the same as the video file name and the two files are in the same folder.