Loaded with Samsung Media Hub, you can view thousands of movies and TV shows on Galaxy Note 10.1. Instantly enjoy the latest movies or TV shows sounds nice, as long as Wi-Fi is available. When traveling by plane where Wi-Fi is to no avail, however, you’d better put some videos on to the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet or smartphone before hand. Just one another thing, make sure the videos are playable by your Galaxy device. AVI sounds like an Android compatible file type, however, some AVI files can’t be recognized by Galaxy tablet or smartphone. This is because .AVI (Audio-video Interleave) is a container format that can envelope multiple video and audio streams with different codecs, while Galaxy Note 10.1 supports DivX encoded .AVI files only. Though M-JPEG codec are common, they are not supported by Android. Since AVI videos compressed with M-JPEG codec is not accepted, you’ll need a Galaxy Video Converter to do the conversion job. To sync .AVI files to Galaxy Note 10.1, first convert AVI to H.264 .mp4 format and then add converted videos to Samsung Kies for syncing, or simply copy the videos to Galaxy Note 10.1/Galaxy Note 2 over USB connection. Mac users please get Video Converter for Mac for conversion.
How to Convert DivX AVI to Galaxy Note 10.1/Note 2 supported 1080p/720p MP4
Incompatible .AVI videos need to be encoded to Android preferred format before you can add them to Kies. The Galaxy Video Converter comes with Galaxy Note 10.1 presets which makes conversion process much easier:
Step 1. Drag and drop AVI file to Pavtube Video Converter. The software supports batch conversion, and you may add multiple AVIs at a time. The software also supports MKV and many other popular video formats.
Step 2. Click on “Format” bar and select Galaxy Note 10.1 template from the drop-down profile list. To encode AVI for Galaxy Note 10.1, please choose “Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Video (*.mp4)” format under “Samsung” column. If you’d like to watch video on your new Galaxy Note 2 smartphone, choose “Samsung Galaxy Note Video (*.mp4)”, which exports 720p HD video that fits best on the Galaxy Note smartphone – you don’t really need 1080p on a 5.5-inch screen.
Step 3. Press the big Convert button to start converting AVI to Galaxy Note 10.1 optimized MP4 video. After conversion you can connect your Galaxy Note to computer and transfer videos to Galaxy Note 10.1/Galaxy Note 2 via Kies or drag-and-drop:
If you still like to convert MKV, WMV, MPEG, DVD and even Blu-rays to Galaxy Note 10.1 optimized MP4 video, take a look at the all-in-one discount bundle Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate.