How to enjoy videos on Motorola Defy Pro

Motorola has released its new QWERTY keyboard phone recently—Motorola Defy Pro. Being the newly-released QWERTY phone, many of you may want to know how this phone is. According to the specs of Motorola Defy Pro, it features a 2.7 inch touch screen made from Gorilla Glass and is built to take all the abuse that someone with an active lifestyle heaps upon his smart phone. Speaking of active lifestyles, the Motorola Defy Pro has a special dashboard that helps you track specific outdoor activities such as camping, hiking and a daily workout. There is both a 5MP rear-facing camera and a VGA shooter on front for self-portraits and video chat. Android 2.3 is installed.


Being a smart phone with outdoor active lifestyle, video playback is also important for users to idling away spare time. As Motorola Defy Pro can support video format like MPEG4, H.263 and H.264 which means if you want to play videos on Motorola Defy Pro you need to convert video to Motorola Defy Pro supported format and then transfer to Motorola Defy Pro for playback. So how to convert video to Motorola Defy Pro? In this following post we will show you the detailed steps of converting and transferring videos to Motorola Defy Pro with Motorola Defy Pro converter.

Download and install Motorola Defy Pro converter.
Download and install Motorola Defy Pro converter for Mac.

Guide: How to convert video to Motorola Defy Pro
Step1. Add video
Launch videos to Motorola Defy Pro converter, click “Add” to import videos into the program, or simply drag and drop them in. Player has been built-in for your previewing.

Step2. Choose output format
Enter the drop down container of “Profile”; choose MPEG4, H.263, or H.264, in “Common Video” to be the output format.

Step3. Edit (Optional)
Click “Edit” button to edit the videos to better output effect. You are allowed to trim the video length, crop the video size, adjust video effect and add watermark to videos.

Step4. Settings
To make exact parameters for output, you can click “Settings” to set the parameters of the videos, such as video and audio codec, video size, bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, etc. You can set the video size to 480*320 pixels which is the resolution of Motorola Defy Pro.

Step5. Convert videos to Motorola Defy Pro
Set the output in “Output” for converted files, and then click “Convert” button to start to convert videos to Motorola Defy Pro.

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