How to Play MKV files on Archos 101?

The Archos 101 Internet Tablet comes with 10.1 inches touch screen with dual-boot capability supporting Android and Ångström GNU/Linux operating systems out of the box. The tablet is completely open to programmers, letting them even install alternative operating systems to create their own applications and have complete control over their system environment. The Archos do excellent job when it comes to media. With 802.11bgn WLAN support, the gadget is capable of streaming audio and video from a Windows Media Center system across a wireless network. It supports to play WMV9, H.264 and MPEG4 video files, plus MP3, WMA, AAC, OGG Vorbis and FLAC audio.

We are going to focus on how to convert MKV to Archos 101.

To play MKV videos on Archos tablet, we need to convert MKV to the gadget compatible format. Below guide will show you how to convert MKV to Archos 101.

1- Add MKV files. It allows importing MKV files by clicking . Or click on “File” to load MKV files folder that you need to convert for batch conversion. Or drag your video files into the program directly.

2- Editing video. You can clip a large MKV file into small segments, crop MKV video to remove black bars flip and rotate MKV video into any side view as you like, or set movie video brightness/contrast/saturation, or choose to apply special video effects to your MKV video files.

3-Choose output format. Click on “Profile” to pick one for output files. If you are not certain which format Archos 101 compatible with, type in “BlackBerry” in search box. All BlackBerry mobile related profiles will be filtered out. Choose one from them.

If you are trying to do more video settings like video size, video codec, quality… Just click the button after “Profile” to conduct video and audio parameters.

4- Convert MKV to Archos 101.

After above settings, click on “Convert” button to start converting MKV to Archos 101. When conversion finished, transfer output files to Archos 101.

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