I need help converting video files into a format my Nexus 7 can read, i have the android file transfer application which works fine but i've tried moving video files over and they wont play. I have a free video convertor called Miro Video Convertor that i got off the app store for free but the Nexus 7 isn't listed among android devices it can convert to, so i need an application that can do this that also works on the Mac. Kinda wish they included software like this with it including the android file transfer so people weren't left scratching their head, USB 3.0 would've been good as well for faster file transfers :p
Answer by kevinlockergnome · Nov 16, 2012 at 02:15 AM
There are a couple of solutions to this matter
Miro will work with the nexus 7, just choose an iPos/iPad format and it will play on the nexus 7 (Android can easily read Mp4 video)_
Handbrake (this is the swiss army knife of video conversion). Just choose a format like Mp4 and tweak the things that you want.
There are a lot of apps that let you play additional video files than the one the native media player plays.
One of them is Mplayer. It has a pretty large video support library
BETA: VLC has their own android app, though it is not in the Google play store (but you can easily side load the app.
Answer by Razor512 · Nov 16, 2012 at 03:01 AM
Yep VLC works pretty well, by default hardware acceleration is disabled on it so you have to enable it in the options menu (experiment with the hardware acceleration)
For a player with a wide format support that is pretty stable, also check out MX player it is free.
link to the vlc builds (they are still in beta) http://nightlies.videolan.org/build/armv7-android-tegra2/
720p and under can be handled by software rendering but 1080p needs hardware acceleration
720p 10 bit (common in anime) also needs hardware acceleration.
handbrake will allow you to convert but it is a slow process. http://handbrake.fr/downloads.php
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