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Nexus 7 Video playback tips for Converting personal MPG/MPEG movies to Google Nexus 7 with best video format .mp4

Google has just announced its Nexus 7 tablet. It sports the latest version of Google's Android operating system, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. So how does it handle?

The Nexus 7 is a very portable tablet. It weighs just 340g and measures 198.5 x 120 x 10.45mm. In the hand it feels solid and well built, something that tablets at this price don't always achieve. The size means it fits nicely into one hand, the tactile finish on the back giving plenty of grip. The design is understated, yet elegant.
Nexus 7
Some reviewers say that Nexus 7 is all about experience. So it must be great while watching movies on! You may have collected many movies in your PC, if you have got Google Nexus 7, you could possibly wish to transfer movies from Computer to Nexus 7, these movies possibly in distinctive formats, such as FLV/AVI/MKV/WMV/TiVo/MPG/MPEG, and so on.Nexus 7 video codec is limited to H.264, H.263, MPEG-4 and VP8, so other video formats are usually not supported. Some video formats are container formats which have diverse codecs, so to be able to play movies on Nexus 7 smoothly, you need to convert videos/movies to Nexus 7 compatible formats, like H.264 MP4.

I suggest you to try Brorsoft Nexus 7 Video Converter which I have used before, I love it very much as it is really easy-to-use.

So in the following pages ; I'd like to take the full guide about how to play personal videos MPG/MPEG on Nexus 7 with Brorsoft MPG/MPEG to Nexus 7 video converteras an example to share with you.With this video converter,you are able to enjoy your favorite movies anytime you like with only 3 steps.

Step 1: Install the Nexus 7 video converter and launch it to add your MPG, MPEG video source to it.
1. Tick off the “Merge into one” box to join multiple video files into one if necessary.
2. Tap the “Split” button to split a large video into several parts as you need.

Step 2: Click the Format box and from its drop down profile list, choose Android > Google Nexus 7 H.264 Video(*.mp4) as the export that with the best video/audio settings for Nexus 7.

Step 3: Click the Convert button to begin the MPG/MPEG to Nexus 7 conversion.

Once the conversion finishes, you can connect your Nexus 7 with your PC using USB cable and transfer the converted MPG, MPEG movies to your Nexus 7. thus you can perform unsupported video formats MPG/MPEG on Nexus 7 in MP4 format anytime you like.

More tips for you:
If you also want to view HD videos like FLV/AVI/MKV/WMV/TiVo or movies like Blu-ray, DVDs on Nexus 7. I suggst you to try Brorsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate which can help you to make it possible. If you are a mac user, you can click the web pages to get the Mac Version.

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