Nexus 7 is a newly-released 7 inch tablet from Google. It was built to bring you the best of Google in a slim, portable package that fits perfectly in your hand. Nexus 7 brings your entertainment to life in stunning clarity on a vibrant 1280-by-800 high-resolution display protected by scratch resistant Corning glass. With over one million pixels in your hand, text is sharper, HD movies are more vivid and gameplay is smooth and dynamic. Its 1.3GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor makes it more smoothly and quickly while running. In addition, Nexus 7 is powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the latest version of the most popular mobile phone platform.
Well, Nexus 7 is a great and new device for entertainment such as watching videos. As for the format restriction, Nexus 7 just supports MPEG4, H.263, H.264, thus if some MKV holders want to play MKV videos on Nexus 7, you’d better convert MKV to Nexus 7 first.
Guide: How to convert MKV to Nexus 7
Step1. Import MKV files into MKV to Nexus 7 converter
Launch MKV to Nexus 7 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 from MPEG4, H.263, H.264 in “Common Video” column.
Step4. Convert MKV to Nexus 7
Then choose the output that is the destination of your converted videos, and click “Convert” button to convert MKV to Nexus 7 supported formats.