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    pull Video off from iPad?
    I just got an iPad. and it is cool to watch movies on it. I know i can sync videos to iPad with itunes. But i am curious how to get videos out of ipad?

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    ... really not sure what you mean by this.

    The videos in the iPad came from your computer, so you already have an external copy of them ... on your computer.

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    Likewise, if you buy a movie on your IPad and sync it will copy the file to your computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaFlake View Post
    Likewise, if you buy a movie on your IPad and sync it will copy the file to your computer.
    U mean to sync the movie on my iPad to computer with itunes?

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    Yes, it works like an Ipod of IPhone. If you purchase a move and download it on the device the next time you sync if should copy over. There is also an option in the menu to transfer purchased items from the device. It should work the same way.

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    Thanks for your help, DaFlake.
    What if the movie is not bought , for example transfered from some other's mac.
    I just a little curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oposky2006 View Post
    Thanks for your help, DaFlake.
    What if the movie is not bought , for example transfered from some other's mac.
    I just a little curious.
    You shouldn't be pirating.
    I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
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    ^^ What he said...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobtomay View Post
    You shouldn't be pirating.
    I realize this is an old thread, but it came up on a google search.
    I get the point of what you are saying, but not every instance of movie transferral is or should be considered pirating.
    For instance, I have videos that I have downloaded legally from sites such as SCOLA (a language learning site). They were on my old computer, which went up. Now, I have the videos from my old computer - and they weren't bought through mac. Good bye videos. I've also lost music thanks to this process before.
    itunes isn't the only way to purchase music or videos, and materials downloaded from other sites are not always pirated.

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