One serious competitor in the market is the Samsung Galaxy Tab, a sleek device that promises a galaxy's worth of options to the user. Where the Galaxy Tablet, like other Android tablets, gains points over the iPad is the screen size. Off the cuff you may think that bigger is better, but for some home theater enthusiasts and TV-watching multitaskers, the smaller screen is less intrusive on your own (and others') big screen. The Galaxy Tab boasts a widescreen 16:9 view compared to the iPad's 4:3 aspect ratio. If you plan to watch video, you'll appreciate this format.
However, the Samsung Galaxy Tab currently only supports WMV, MP4, Flash Video FLV, DivX, XviD, MPEG-4. H.263, H.264 video files and AAC/MP3 music files. If you just have some 1080p HD videos in MKV, TiVo, AVI, TiVo or MTS format, and want to put them on Galaxy Tab for playing, the guide here will do a favor for you. Below is the step-by-step instruction on how to transfer and play 1080p HD movies on Galaxy Tab by using a comprehensive 1080p to Galaxy Tab Converter - Foxreal Video Converter.
(For Mac users, you can use the Foxreal Video Converter for Mac.)
The step-by-step guide:
Step 1: Run Foxreal Video Converter as the perfect Galaxy Tab Video Converter, and then add your 1080p video files into it. (The following 1080p HD video formats are supported, like MKV, AVI, TiVo, AVCHD MTS, MXF, MOD, EVO, etc.)
Step 2: Choose Galaxy Tab supported video format
Click on "Format < Android < Motorola Droid (x) H.264 Video (*.mp4)" to get output format which can also be watchable on Galaxy Tab with high quality in perfect sync of video/audio (recommended here). Or, you can choose other Galaxy Tab playable format from the profile list as you wish.
Step 3: Convert 1080p MKV/AVI/MTS/TiVo to H.264 MP4 format by clicking on "Convert" button on the main interface of the powerful 1080p HD to Galaxy Tab Converter. At the same time, you are able to check "Shut down computer after conversion" option to save time and effort for converting several 1080p HD videos.
Step 4: Copy and transfer the converted movie files to Galaxy Tab via USB
***The thing to keep in mind when converting 1080p video to Galaxy Tab:
The Galaxy Tab doesn't like video file sizes over 2GB (The settings recommended in Step 2 should help you insure that the file size is kept under 2GB. Or, you can click on "Settings" to adjust profile settings such as bitrate, frame rate, codec, etc to help you make it. )
That's all! Hopefully the guide on how to put/play 1080p movies on Galaxy Tab will be of great help for you!
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