How to enjoy videos on Galaxy Note II?

With a big 5.5 inch display, Galaxy Note II is undoubtedly a great smart phone offering better clarity and a 16:9 screen ratio viewing experiences. The innovative design of the GALAXY Note II includes a bigger screen while maintaining a slim body to fit just right in your hand, which makes it more than a smart phone but a great media player to enjoy various videos or movies. To watch videos on its big screen, we should pay attention to the input video format, as Galaxy Note II just supports videos in 3GP (MP4), WMV (ASF), AVI, FLV, MKV, WebM. The videos not in above mentioned formats need to be converted to Galaxy Note II compatible format and transfer to Galaxy Note II for playback. Here in this guide, we will detail you how to convert video to Galaxy Note II compatible format on Mac with the help of Galaxy Note II video converter for Mac.

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How to convert video to Galaxy Note II on Mac?

Step1. Add videos
Launch Galaxy Note II video converter for Mac, and click “Add” button or directly drag and drop the videos into the program. Double click the file name to preview it on the built-in player.

Step2. Edit Videos (Optional)
To better the edit effect, you can click “Edit” button on the top menu to edit the imported videos. Four editing functions are provided: Trim, Crop, Rotation, Effect and Watermark.

Step3. Choose output format
Click the button before 3D to select Galaxy Note II device as the output format. Galaxy Note II video converter for Mac has offered various formats to select. Just select one proper in “Common Video”.

Step4. Settings
To make better and exact output, click “Settings” button to set the output parameters like setting the video size as 1,280 x 720, ratio as 16:9, etc.

Step5.Convert Video to Galaxy Note II on Mac
After all above have been done, click “Convert” button on the home interface to start to convert video to Galaxy Note II on Mac.

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