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Play Panasonic camera Camping recordings on Nexus 7

KDE - Oct 18 2012
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Question:Play Panasonic camera Camping recordings on Nexus 7

Summary: If you have use your Panasonic camera/camcorder to capture some recordings when camping and want to get those Panasonic camera recordings to Nexus 7 for sharing with others, you can follow this tutorial to get some help.


The Google Nexus 7 is really for the outdoors, there're the myriad of ways in which you can use your Nexus 7 while camping — watch a movie, use it as a flashlight, play a game of chess or read a book. If you have captured lots of happy an memorable recordings using your Panasonic camera, you want to want to get those videos to your Nexus 7 for sharing with others or enjoying them yourself. If so, you can follow the tutorial below, which mainly shows you an easy way to transfer Panasonic camera camping recordings to Nexus 7 via Mac.

If you've have a glance on the main spec of Nexus 7, it's easy to find that Nexus 7 video format is limited as other tablets like Samsung Galaxy Tab. And You can only play video formatted in H.263, H.264 and MPEGE4. However, most of the Panasonic camera recordings are stored in AVCHD (mts or .m2ts) format. Thus, when you wanna watch Panasonic camera videos on Nexus 7, first you need to do is to convert the Panasonic AVCHD files to Nexus 7 playable format like MP4.

Here I'd like to show you the guide on how to transfer and play Panasonic camera recordings on Nexus 7.


1. Panasonic Camera/Camcorder videos stored

2. Mac OS X 10.5 or 10.5 above(including Mac OS X Leopard, Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion) with 1G Hz or above Intel processor

3. Download and install the best Mac Nexus 7 Video Converter

Now let's start the Panasonic AVCHD to Nexus 7 conversion following below steps.

Step 1. Launch the Nexus 7 Video Converter on your Mac and You can click "Add video" button or "Add from folder" button to browse and import your source Panasonic recordings. You can also simply drag and drop media files to the source pane to add. The software supports batch converison so that you can add several files to convert at one time.

Tip: If you wanna join your several Panasonic Camera recordings into single one, just tick off the "Merge into one" box.

Step 2: According to my multiple tests, MP4 format is of the best compatibility with Nexus 7. Click on the dropdown menu of Format > Android > Google Nexus 7 H.264 Video (*.mp4)" It's the particular format pre-set for Nexus 7.

If necessary, you can also change the profile settings to fit your Google Nexus 7 Talet. Just click the “Settings” button and the video and audio parameters can be changed with simple clicks.

Step 3: Click the "Convert" button; it will convert Panasonic camera/camcorder videos to MP4 for Nexus 7 on Mac immediately. You can find the process in the "Conversion" interface.

After the conversion, you will be able to get the output files for Nexus 7 via clicking on "Open" button effortlessly. Now, you can transfer Panasonic camera recordings to Nexus 7 with USB cable. Later, you can play and enjoy your Panasonic camera recordings on Google Nexus 7 with ease.

If you want to put more movies on Nexus 7 for free enjoying when camping, you can follow the tutorials below:

Converting Blu-rays for Nexus 7

Download DVD movies to Nexus 7

Watch DVD ISO files on Nexus 7 when family camping

FAQ: Nexus 7 and iTunes, Digital Copy, Amazon

Digital Copy to Nexus 7

For more Panasonic Video-Transfer and Movie-playback Tips for Nexus 7, you can visit Google Nexus 7 Column to get more infomation.

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