How to Convert Video to Google Nexus 7?
Google Nexus 7, is a mini tablet computer co-developed by Google and Asus that runs the Android operating system. The newest Google Nexus 7 has a high resolution of 1920 x1200 featured in a 7-inch display, which provides a premium video experience apart from running all applications greatly smoothly.
With Sothink Video Converter, an universal video converter software, you can experience the most easiest way to convert video for watching on Google Nexus 7. In addition, it only takes you few minutes. Read on for more details about how to make it
Step 1: Run Sothink Video Converter, and load the source
Double click Sothink quick launcher to run it, and then choose Video Converter from the welcome screen.
Load the source video following the hints displayed on the main UI.
Step 2: Choose Google Nexus 7, and customize the output video
Move to the right pane when the source is in. Click the profile switcher to enter into Sothink's profile library, and choose Google Nexus 7 following: Device -> Google. Then, select the output title, audio tracks and subtitles you think you need.
For further requests regarding the output video, just move to the Advanced Settings and the built-in video editor. Here, you can set all video and audio parameters, deeply customize the output video including adjusting the video effect, trimming the video, cropping the display area, adding watermarks, adding external subtitles, etc.
After that, move to the Save to part, and click the folder icon to choose the output directory.
Step 3: Start to convert video
Now, you can take the last step after all sorts of settings. Clicking the Start button at the bottom right corner of the interface will send an execute command to Sothink. Then, you will be clearly know how the task goes as Sothink provides you all the processing info meanwhile.
Done! Now, please connect your Google Nexus 7 to your PC, and transfer the output video into it. And you can view it with your Google Nexus 7 by then.