Google Nexus 7 was posted and announced on 27 Jun 2012, manufactured by Asus, is an Android tablet with 7 inch 1280*800 screen and a 1.3GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor. It runs the latest Android 4.1 Jellbean Os.
Would you like to experience the high-definition video with Nexus 7? In this article, we will guide you how to convert video to Nexus 7 for playback. It’s necessary to know some important specs of Nexus 7: first is that Nexus 7 supports MPEG4, H.263, and H.264 and the second is that the resolution of Nexus 7 is 1280*800 pixels. Then just follow the detailed guide below to accomplish the video to Nexus 7 conversion.
Guide: How to convert video to Nexus 7
Step1. Import video files
Launch video to Video to Nexus 7 converter, click “Add” to import video files into the program. Or you can directly drag and drop video files into the program. Its built-in player allows you to preview the imported files by double clicking the files.
Stept2. Edit (Optional)
Click “Edit” button to edit the videos to better output effect, you can trim the video length, crop the video size, adjust video effect and add watermark to videos.
Step3. Set the output format
Go to the drop down box of “Profile” and choose one format from MPEG4, H.263, and H.264 in “Common Video” as the output format.
Click “Settings” button to set the parameters for better output, you can adjust video and audio codec, bit rate, frame rate, video quality, etc. It’s important to set the video size as 1280*800 pixels.
Step5. Convert video to Nexus 7
Then revisit the home interface and click “Convert” button to start to convert video to Nexus 7.