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What is MKV to Galaxy Note 10.1 Converter and why is it helpful?


KDE - Oct 6 2012
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Question:What is MKV to Galaxy Note 10.1 Converter and why is it helpful?

What is MKV to Galaxy Note 10.1 Converter? Why should you get a Galaxy Note 10.1 Converter?

A MKV to Galaxy Note 10.1 Converter lets you convert and compress HD MKV files to make best fit for watching on the Samsung's latest released slab Galaxy Note 10.1. Typical uses of the MKV to Galaxy Note 10.1 Converter:

1. When Galaxy Note 10.1 plays some but not all of your HD MKV downloading files, it can be used to convert those incompatible MKV files to Galaxy Note supported H.264 video.

2. When an HD MKV file is way too big (lossless MKV blu-ray rips can be 20GB+), you can use the MKV to Galaxy Note 10.1 Converter to compress the huge files to desired file size. The app can downsize a MKV file up to 1/10.

3. When/If your new tablet fails to display subtitles on the screen, the MKV Converter can soft subtitles to hard-coded captions while converting MKV to Galaxy Note 10.1 optimized videos.

4. When your Galaxy Note 10.1 reads videos from SD card, it can't recognize anything bigger than 2GB – the MKV to Galaxy Note 10.1 Converter can split a bigger MKV file into several smaller files.

Free Download Free Trial: MKV to Galaxy Note 10.1 Converter.

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For Begainers: How to convert/compress MKV movies with DTS sound to Galaxy Note 10.1 compatible video and audio codec?

Step 1: Run the Professional Galaxy Note 10.1 MKV Converter and import source video files.

Click "Add Video" to load MKV video source, or drag and drop the MKV files to the main interface.



Step 2. Set video format for Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.

Click on the "Format" bar, and then choose "Samsung"> "Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1(*.mp4)" from its pull down menu.

Step 3: Put and play MKV videos on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.

Click "Convert" button to start converting MKV DTS to Galaxy Note 10.1.

After conversion completes you can click the "Open" button to find the converted files. Now the MKV videos can be put and played on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 for entertainment.

More Tips and Solutions:

1. If you'd like to convert MKV to Galaxy Note 10.1 video in 1080p, you can click on "Settings" and set the "Size (pix)" to "1980x1080". In Settings windows you can also control output file size.

2. For hard-coding MKV subtitles, just choose desired language from the drop-down box of "Subtitles".

3. Having trouble with MKV audios? Refer discussions of converting MKV DTS to AC3 for solutions.

4. If you want to watch 1080p Blu-ray, DVD movies on Galaxy Note 10.1 as well as the HD video files, you'd better choose the Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate to do the conversion task saving you time and effort.

5. 5. Galaxy Note 10.1 supports a wide range of video formats, including MP4, WMV, XviD, MPEG4, H.263, and H.264. If you have any problem with these videos, try with Pavtube Video Converter.

Related reading:

play AVI/MKV/MTS/TiVo on Galaxy Note II

transfer MKV/AVI/TiVo files to Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

How to put and play Digital Copy files on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1





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