Nexus has always be the self-confidence multi-functional Tablet. Equipped with Android 5.0 Lollipop system , making this Tablet running more smoothly and more humane. Not only as a good assistant for your work but also a well entertainment tool for your life. Most of us like to use Nexus watching HD Videos , but how to transfer HD videos to Nexus will be a big problem. Some of the videos just don't compatible with the Nexu.
Pavtube Video Converter turns out to be a best way to solve this. If you want make your unsupported videos transfer into Nexus , then you have to try this one. What's more, you can improve the quality of your videos to make it playback on your Nexus 6/9. Here we will take about how to stream videos into Nexus 6/9.
Part I: Support formats of Nexus
Video format: MP4/H.264/DivX/WMV
Aduio format: MP3/WAV/eAAC+/WMA/Flac player
After learning about the format thing, now we can start to transfer HD Videos to Nexus .
Part II: Transfer videos to Nexus (supported format/codec)
Since the running system is Android, here is how to move videos into Android system.
Step1: Make sure that your device's screen using a USB cable.
Step2: Connect your device to your computer using a USB cable.
If you're asked to select a USB connection on your device, choose Media device (MTP).
For Mac OS X system, the transfer videos to Nexus steps can be found here.
Step3: Use the File Transfer window that pops up on your computer to drag and drop files, just like other external devices
Because the open character of Android system, the transferring progress is very easy to work with. But this is only under the supported formats
condition, how about some unsupported formats which Nexus can't playback? And how to transfer videos to Nexus with unsupported format?
Part III: Transfer videos to Nexus (unsupported format/codec)
If you want to enjoy some videos like AVI, MKV, VOB, TiVo, FLV, MTS, MXF ,etc, on your Nexus , how to transfer them to Nexus? First things first, you have to convert them into the friendly formats which Nexus support. Here strongly recommend you this Pavtube Video Converter, which can solve this incompatible problem. Simple steps as below:
Step 1: Launch this converter on your computer , click "File">"Add Video/Audio" to load your files.
Step 2: Choose proper format. You can go for "HD Video">"H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)" which is the most friendly codec to Android system
Step3: Adjust your parameters if you need. If your videos are not clear, you can click "Settings" to improve the quality to choose higher Bit rate and Frame rate.
Step4: Start to convert videos for transferring into Nexus
After that, you will have the most HD and friendly videos for Nexus to enjoy.