How to Convert Video to Nexus 7
Have bought a Google Nexus 7 and want to play videos or movies on the new Nexus tablet? Due to a 7" Back-lit IPS display with 1280x800 resolution, the new stuff is very great for video enjoying anytime and anywhere. However, it only supports few video formats. So you’ll find most of your videos fail to play on your new Nexus 7, especially the purchased Amazon WMV videos etc.
In order to help you play any video on Nexus 7, Wondershare team develops a very powerful software — Wondershare Video Converter ( Video Converter for Mac ). This app is able to help you convert any video to Nexus 7 supported video formats. With it, you can feel free to enjoy any video or movie on Nexus 7 whenever and wherever you want. Now, just follow me to convert your videos to Nexus 7 to play smoothly.
1 Add video files to this video to Nexus 7 converter
Select the video files you want to convert on the computer, and then directly drag them to the left pane of this app. Or you can directly click the button on this app’s main interface to browse your computer and select you wanted videos to import.
2 Select a suitable format as the output format
First, let me see Nexus 7 supported video format: 720P HD video MPEG4, H.263, H.264 and DivX.
So here, we select MP4 with MPEG4 codec as the output format. Now let me walk you through the operation. Click the format icon in the "Output Format" pane, and then select “MP4” from the "Format">"Video" category. Next, hit the "Settings" option in the main interface and set resolution as 1280*720.
3 Convert video to Nexus 7
The last step is to hit the “Convert” button on the lower-right corner of this app’s main interface. It means you launch this app to start video conversion. Note that, this app support batch conversion. So if you want to convert multiple videos to Nexus 7, you can import them at the same time. And now let it run in the background.
When it’s done, click the "Open Folder" option in the main interface of this Video Converter . Find the .mp4 output files and then transfer them to your Nexus 7 via cable. You’ll find the device can play the converted files very well.