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Nexus 7 Camping-Transform Panasonic camera recordings to Nexus 7

KDE - Oct 18 2012
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Question:Nexus 7 Camping-Transform Panasonic camera recordings to Nexus 7

Tag: Nexus 7 FAQ, DVD and Google Nexus 7, Nexus 7 Video Format, Nexus 7 format

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Nexus 7, Google Nexus 7 Column, Video-Transfer Tips for Nexus 7, Movie-playback

Tips for Nexus 7


The Google-Nexus-7' stunning 7'' display, robust battery life and obvious

portability make it a top-notch on-the-go entertainment device for movie and TV

watching. And along with third-party softwares, we can easily get movies off of DVD

and onto Nexus 7 for playing back. However, users still have prolems one or another

when ripping DVD to Nexus 7. We have a collection of frequently asked questions

between DVD and Nexus 7 here, and aim to provide available solutions to these


Q1: Best SW to rip DVD to Nexus 7?

I'm traveling again next week and was hoping to rip some dvds onto my Nexus 7 for

the trip. I have a few questions for the community experts:
Any suggestions on some easy to use, reliable software?

A1: There are many programs out there that allow you to make copies of your DVDs

and let you watch them the way you want to view them. Most of you are likely

familiar with the champion freeware fave Handbrake, keep in mind that that program

can't rip copy-protected DVDs without a third-party add-on, and it doesn't have

Nexus-7-specific profiles. If you're looking for ease of use, and don't mind

spending $35, I've had success using Pavtube's DVD Ripper to convert DVD discs and

ISO images to a format playable by Nexus 7. I've found the quality to be excellent,

and see no difference when compared to playing the discs themselves. Find a simple

ripping guide here: Ripping DVD for Nexus 7.

Q2: Best Settings for DVD conversion to Nexus7?

I just got a nexus 7 on Tuesday and I will be going on a road trip this weekend for

3 days and I will need some movies to entertain me. I was gonna try converting some

DVDs I own so that I watch them on my trip in the car.

I guess I was gonna try VP8 and see if that worked beacuse I was figuring google

should have made it so that a Nexus7 could watch VP8 files.

Does anyone know what codecs will work, what bit rate, ETC.... I havnt actually

done anything like this in a super long time. If anyone could help me with this I

would be very thank full

A2: Below is the best format setting for Nexus 7 per my experience:

Codec- H.264
Resolution- 1280×720 / 1280×800 (Full Screen)
Bitrate- 1500/2000kbps
Framerate- 24fps

Codec- AAC
Sampling rate- 44.1khz
Bitrate- 128kbps
Channel- stereo

For those of you in the know, the Nexus 7 is capable of handling H.264 and MPEG4

video up to 1080p, though video playback and most apps never break out of 720p. For

watching videos on the Android-based Tablet, 720p with 1500~2000kbps is just all

right. Remember the file size is based more on bitrate than resolution which means

bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss.

Q3: View DVD films on Nexus 7 with proper subtitles

I want to digitize DVDs we own before an upcoming car trip. I wonder how to get

proper subtitle when encoding the DVD to Nexus 7?

A3: For converting DVD to Nexus 7 with desired subs, many programs can achieve this

goal smoothly. The Pavtube software mentioned above can help you realize the way

for watching DVD movies on Nexus 7 with proper subtitle, just select wanted

subtitle language you like from "Subtitles" option.

Follow the image below:

Free Download the top Pavtube DVD Ripper for Nexus 7 on Windows or Mac

Google Nexus 7 Related article:

Play Blu-ray movies on Nexus 7 in full screen

Backup Blu-ray ISO image onto Nexus 7

Watch DVD ISO files on Nexus 7 when family camping

Transfer DVD folder to Nexus 7

Transfer any video to Nexus 7 flawlessly

Nexus 7 play HD MKV movies smoothly

Sync Tivo files(TV recordings) to Nexus 7

Copy AVI videos to Google Nexus 7 for playback

Download iTunes M4V videos to Nexus 7

Transfer Digital Copy movies to Nexus 7

FAQ: Nexus 7 and iTunes, Digital Copy, Amazon

For more Video-Transfer and Movie-playback Tips for Nexus 7, you can visit Google

Nexus 7 Column to get more infomation.

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