How to convert MKV to Galaxy Note on Mac

Would you like to enjoy your collected MKV files on Galaxy Note? In this post, we will share you how to convert MKV to Galaxy Note on Mac with MKV to Galaxy Note converter for Mac.
Samsung Galaxy Note will be the first smart phone to use such a big HD Super AMOLED display which is up to 5.3 inch with 1280*800 pixels resolution. It provides you with an expansive high-resolution screen for an immersive viewing experience.
To enjoy MKV on Galaxy Note, Mac users can convert MKV to Galaxy Note on Mac with Leawo MKV to Galaxy Note for Mac, which is able to convert MKV to Galaxy Note supported formats and other devices and commonly-used formats. Following is the step-by-step guide for your reference.
Galaxy Note supported format:
Video: MPEG4/ H.263/ H.264/ DivX, WMV, VC-1
Audio: MP3, AAC, AMR, WMA, WAV, FLAC, OGG
Download MKV to Galaxy Note converter for Mac
Step1. Import MKV files
Install and launch MKV to Galaxy Note converter for Mac, click “Add” button to import MKV files into the program. Or you can straight drag and drop them into the software.

Step2. Set output format
After loaded MKV files, click the clickable button before 3D to choose Profile for output format. As Galaxy Note supports MPEG4/ H.263/ H.264/ DivX, WMV, VC-1, choose one from in profile as the output format.

Step3. Settings
Click “+” button to enter setting panel, in which you need to set the video size as 1280*800 pixels, also you can do some other settings such as adjusting its bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio etc. Click “Ok” for confirmation.

Step4. Convert MKV to Galaxy Note on Mac
Then return to the home interface and click “Convert” button to start to convert MKV to Galaxy Note on Mac.

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