How to Convert iTunes M4V Files to Nexus 7
Recently, Google Nexus 7 has become more and more popular. Perhaps, at this moment, you’re wondering whether the new Google tablet plays iTunes files or not. As we know, iTunes videos, movies or TV shows are encoded for Apple products only, i.e. iPhone, iPad, iPod, etc. not including Google Nexus 7. So if you want to import your purchased iTunes M4V to Nexus 7, convert to its compatible format first.
To transfer and convert iTunes videos to Nexus 7 for smooth playback, you can use Wondershare Video Converter ( Video Converter for Mac ). It’s the best iTunes to Nexus 7 converter I’ve met. The all-in-one app can not only help you easily convert iTunes files to a friendly format for Nexus 7, but also trim, crop your videos to full screen. Plus, the operation is quite easy. Here's how.
Note:The Mac version can only transfer and convert non-DRM iTunes files to Nexus 7 for playback. If necessary, you can refer to Mac users’ guide here to learn how to do it in Mac OS X (Mountain Lion included).
1 Add iTunes files to this iTunes to Nexus 7 converter
First, find your iTunes files on the computer, and then directly drag them to this app. Alternatively, you can click the button to select and import your wanted iTunes M4V files from the computer to this app.
2 Select a suitable format as the output format
Nexus 7 runs Anroid 4.1 and support MP4 very well. So here, you can select MP4 as the output format. Click the format icon in the "Output Format" pane, and then go to"Format">"Video">”MP4” or go to "Format">"HD">”HD MP4”. Also, you can optionally set other video parameters like resolution, bit rate, etc. To do it, just hit the "Settings" option to set resolution, Fame rate and bit rate.
3 Convert iTunes M4V to Nexus 7
Hit the “Convert” button on the lower-right corner of this app’s main interface to start video conversion. This app will do the rest thing automatically. If you import several iTunes files to convert in one go, it’ll take you a while. At this time, you can let it run in the background and do other jobs on your computer.
After conversion, this Video Converter will show you the "Open Folder" option in the main interface. Just click it to find the .mp4 output files. Connect your Nexus 7 to computer via the cable, and then transfer the output files to the device for use. The converted files are fully compatible with Nexus 7, so you’ll find you can play them smoothly on Nexus 7. Have a fun!