How to convert MKV to Samsung Galaxy S III mini

Samsung Galaxy S III provides bright and vibrant screen colors while playing, so as Samsung Galaxy S III mini, the small-sized Samsung Galaxy S III that features almost the same with Samsung Galaxy S III. Although the screen resolution is 480*800 pixels, it’s pretty good for us to enjoy videos and movies.


In order to play videos at anytime you want, even has no internet connection, it’s advisable to put video on Samsung Galaxy S III mini. As the format restriction, Samsung Galaxy S III mini just can play videos in MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV, which means if you videos in other format like MKV, you need to convert MKV to Samsung Galaxy S III mini compatible format and then transfer to Samsung Galaxy S III mini for playback. Here we will share you a great solution to convert MKV to Samsung Galaxy S III mini for playback in the below guide.

Download and install MKV to Samsung Galaxy S III mini converter.
Download and install MKV to Samsung Galaxy S III mini converter for Mac.

How to convert MKV to Samsung Galaxy S III mini?

Step1. Import MKV files into the program
Launch MKV to Galaxy III mini converter, click “Add” or directly drag the MKV files into the program.

Step2. Choose the output format
Go into the drop down of “Profile” and select a format from MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV in “Common Video” to be the output format for Galaxy S III mini.

Step3. Edit (Optional)
In order to make better output effect, you can click Edit button to edit the imported videos through trimming the video length, cropping the video size, adjusting video effect or adding watermark to videos.

Step4. Settings
The import part of settings is to set the video size as the 480 x 800 pixels, and you can also adjust the bit rate, frame rate, video quality, codec, etc. as you like.

Step5. Convert MKV to Galaxy III mini
Then return the home interface and click “Convert” to start to convert MKV to Galaxy III mini. After conversion, transfer the converted MKV files to Galaxy III mini via USB cable.

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