How to Convert MKV to Galaxy Nexus on Mac?

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is a Smartphone running the very latest version of Google’s Android operating system — Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich. Also it is the world’s first phone to run Android 4.0. Besides the big selling point that coming with newest Android OS, Galaxy Nexus also with 4.65 inches high resolutions screen which makes it perfect for entertainment. This handsome and distinctive device manages to squeeze a large display without sacrificing the ability to drop it comfortably into a front trouser pocket. With 720×1280 pixels, 720p/1080p HD clips are very watchable on the gadget.

Considering Galaxy Nexus doesn’t support high definition MKV files playback, a video conversion is necessary if you would like to watch MKV on your machine.

Here is a guide for you to convert MKV to Galaxy Nexus on Mac computers.

Download Mac MKV Converter first: 

1-Run the app, add MKV files in.

Install and run the converter. Click on  in the program to load source MKV files in. Or you can straight drag and drop them into the converter. For converting multiple files at a time, click on “File” within top menu to add video folder.

2-Set output.

Click on the button before 3D to choose profile for output video. Galaxy Nexus is compatible with MP4/H.264/H.263 formats. Pick one among them as profile for output.

For advanced audio and video parameter settings, please click the plus sign in “Profile”. Settings like codec, quality, video size, frame rate, channel and the like are free to adjust on your own.

3-Convert MKV to Galaxy Nexus.

Finish profile settings, get back to primary interface, Click on  to start converting MKV to Galaxy Nexus. Required time and space depend on files amount and output settings. When the conversion is finished, transfer them to your Galaxy Nexus and enjoy.

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