How to play flash videos on an Android tablet like Nexus 10?
It would be nice to collect favorable flash videos from video sharing websites and play them back on your PC or laptop. Yet you can do more - how about copying these flash videos to your Google Nexus 10 and play them wherever you are, whenever you like? Although your tablet would not prefer to play any video clip with .flv or f4v extension, there’re ways to work it out. You can either get an Android flash video player that supports FLV playback(which may not work with some F4V files), or turn the FLV into Android compatible MP4 format. Pavtube FLV Converter is designed to help you out by converting flash video to almost any video and audio format.
Pavtube FLV to Nexus 10 Converter converts FLV/F4V videos downloaded from video sharing website, like YouTube, Hulu.com, Metacafe, MySpace, Yahoo!Video, Dailymotion, etc. for perfect playback on your Nexus 10, Nexus 7, Nexus 4 and various other Android tablets. It enables you to make full use of the new 10-inch 2560×1600-pixel panel to experience your favorite videos. Go to find a detailed tutorial about how to convert FLV/F4V videos 720p/1080p MP4 with Pavtube FLV Converter.
Converting Flash videos to Google Nexus 10 optimized 1080p/720p MP4
Install Pavtube FLV Converter and get your FLV files ready, and here we go.
Step 1. First, you run Pavtube FLV Converter and click "Add" button to import FLV files to the app (or simply drag the source files to file list.)
Step 2. You will then tick the format bar and point to “Android” group, under which “Android>> Google Nexus 7 H.264 Video (*.mp4)” could be found. This format is good for converting videos to both Google Nexus 7 and the Nexus 10.
For users who prefer high-definition quality and bigger file size, there’s Google Nexus 10 profile patch (for Windows only) that gives you up to 720p HD output.
Step 3. Specify output format and next output path. Click on “Settings” button in case you wanna change its codec, bitrate, size, frame rate, audio channel, etc.
Step 4. When all these are done, you can click "Convert" button to start. If you’d like to put some flashes into one file, simply check the box “Merge into one file” before clicking “Convert”. After conversion finished, click “Open” to find the output files and transfer videos to Google Nexus 10 tablet for playback.
Tip: The FLV Converter also features editing functions. You may select a file and click “Edit” button to cut off black edges, trim off certain unwanted part of the videos.