How to Get Videos on Real Player onto iTunes?
As one of the best alternatives of Windows Media Player, Real Player usually can do a better job. Since it supports almost all known video formats, you have to transcode some of them to iTunes accessible file types. Besides, the preloaded online video downloader usually delivers tons of MKV files in HD quality, which may also give you great headache. And following video formats are supported BY Real Player NOT BY iTunes: rm, rmvb, flv, 3gp, 3gp2, wmv, avi.
Make sure your videos are NOT supported by iTunes!
If your source video is in MP4 (MPEG-4 or H.264 video codec) format, there is no need for this tutorial since iTunes can playback them natively. RM and RMVB are two popular file types on Real Player. You can find a Video Converter tool to transcode your source video to MP4 format.
With more than 200 video/audio codecs, BDlot Video Converter is your best RM RMVB to iTunes Video Converter which enables you to compress and convert all HD videos into an iTunes suitable format including Canon JVC MOD, TOD and Sony M2TS/MTS to AVI/MP4, MKV, Blu-ray, TS, etc. In addition to HD videos, its also allows you to convert regular videos, such as MKV to AVI, MP4/H.264, MOV, etc.
Step 1: Load you source video by clicking Add Video button.
Step 2: Choose to General Video > to AVC format > Set Output Format as MP4 and Video Codec as H.264
Step 3: Set output folder
Step 4: Click Start, and then the output video file will be playable on your iTunes.
Tips: 1. If you simply want to play video on Mac (or PC), use VLC or Mac version Real Player is also OK
2. Any video transcoding process will lead a quality degradation
3. The output of iTunes video usually playable on iPhone, iPad, etc.