you don’t have to convert any of your movies, tv shows or other music videos to watch them on you iPad. if your computer / mac is on, you can now stream all your videos directly without having to convert them from avi, quicktime, mkv.
- this brilliant Air Video app for iPad does the conversion, on the fly, for you.
all you need is to download and install application for your computer / mac & ipad of course. by far the best app of this kind i’ve used (if you’ve streamed via wifi network, you’ll know there’s always a problem. not with this app).
the free version is limited to 4 files, but it displays files randomly. just go in & out of a directory to see one you want. $2.99 to remove this annoyance. it even works of a CD / DVD!
How about watching online video on an iPad? Here’s a list of popular websites that support iPad video:
You can use YouTube app to watch HTML5 videos from youtube. And you can use HTML5 version of YouTube.
When you’re browsing CNN.com on iPad, the site automatically displays an HTML5 video player, providing you with the best possible viewing experience.
- BBC News
You can use BBC News app to watch news videos from BBC
An HTML5 video player on Reuters.com lets you view most of the site’s video content on iPad.
- New York Times
The HTML5 video player on the NYTimes.com home page displays video in a format viewable on iPad.
The popular video-sharing site Vimeo.com features an HTML5 player that displays most videos on iPad.
The 24/7 news site features an HTML5 video player for viewing recently published video.
ESPN uses HTML5 to play audio and video for fans browsing ESPN.com on iPad. Site navigation and live scoring have also been optimized for the iPad Multi-Touch display.
- Major League Baseball
MLB.com features a browsing experience optimized for iPad, providing fans with live baseball action at their fingertips.
The iPad-optimized version of netflix.com makes it easy to browse movies and add them to your queue. Video plays via the free Netflix app, available on the App Store.
NPR’s website, NPR.org, incorporates an HTML5 audio player and embedded HTML5 video for iPad.
- National Hockey League
NHL.com detects when you’re browsing the site on iPad and displays optimized content, including recently published video.
- The White House
WhiteHouse.gov is a largely standards-based site that displays video using the HTML5 video tag.
- Sports Illustrated
Recent video features on SI.com are displayed via an HTML5 player compatible with iPad.
Flickr now displays video via an iPad-compatible HTML5 player.
- People Magazine
An HTML5 video player on PEOPLE.com displays video in iPad-viewable format.
TED.com is completely optimized for iPad, displaying video, comments, ratings, and more.
Watch clips from your favorite shows as well as recent full TV episodes of “Survivor” on the HTML5-enabled, iPad-friendly CBS.com.
SPIN.com features a browsing experience optimized for iPad, providing music fans with the latest live performances and backstage coverage of their favorite bands.
- National Geographic
Watch National Geographic videos on your iPad using the new HTML5 player at nationalgeographic.com.
Play ABC videos with via the ABC Player app, available on the App Store.