How to Convert MKV to Google Nexus One?

The Nexus One is Google’s flagship Smartphone manufactured by Taiwan’s HTC Corporation. It was released on January 5, 2010 and shipped with the Android open source mobile operation system. Much like other Smartphone, it is nice to watch HD videos, and some video formats just not compatible it, for example MKV files.

The below tutorial will guide you to convert MKV to Google Nexus One step by step. If you are not familiar about this, please follow up.

MKV Converter can easily convert MKV to all kinds of video formats for various mobile gadgets. With the program, transcoding MKV to other video formats is quite easy.

Download MKV Converter:

Step 1: Free download and run MKV converter, the open interface will pop up when you start. Click  to load source MKV files from your computer. Batch conversions are supported. Then set up “Output folder” at the bottom of the program

Step 2: Pick one files then click “Edit”. There are four editing buttons. Click “Effect” (adjust video brightness, contrast and saturation), “Trim” (split video clips), “Crop” (alter play region) buttons to edit the videos.

Step 3: After finishing all edit settings, then head to main interface. Click “Profile” to set output format. There exists preset file formats with regards to different devices. You can choose one among them as your demand.

For more advanced settings, please click the button after profile, there are many specific parameters you can change. Please note that some adjustment may make exported videos not compatible with Nexus One.

Step 4: Now we have finished preparing works, click convert icon to start streaming MKV to Google Nexus One.

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