How to convert MKV to Galaxy Blaze 4G


Want to play collected MKV files on your new Galaxy Blaze 4G? In this post, we will share you exactly how to convert MKV to Galaxy Blaze 4G.
Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G is an Android smartphone featuring 42Mbps HSPA+ data connectivity, a 1.5 GHz processor and a 3.97 inch Super AMOLED touch screen of 480*800 pixels resolution. If you are a movie lover and have collected lots of movies in MKV format and want to put MKV videos to Galaxy Blaze 4G, this article is exclusively for you, in which you will get how to convert MKV to Galaxy Blaze 4G in details.
To begin with, we need to download MKV to Galaxy Blaze 4G converter and know its supported video and audio formats.
Video: MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV, 3GPP
Audio: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, WAV, MIDI
Guide:
Step1. Import MKV files into MKV to Galaxy Blaze 4G converter
Launch MKV to Galaxy Blaze 4G converter, click “Add” or directly drag and drop MKV files into the program. You can preview the imported file with the built-in player by double clicking the file.

Step2. Edit (Optional)
To better the video effect such as get rid of the black margin of the video, you can click “Edit” button to edit the video, such as trimming the video length, cropping the video size to get the black margin, adjusting video effect and adding watermark to the videos.

Step3. Set the output format
Go to the drop down box of “Profile”, and choose one suitable format in “Common Video” column.
Step4. Convert MKV to Galaxy Blaze 4G
Then choose the output that is the destination of your converted videos, and click “Convert” button to convert MKV to Galaxy Blaze 4G supported formats.

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