Google’s Pixel C is simply one of the best Android tablets out there. It has a fantastic display, heaps of power and a premium design. The Google’s latest tablet has a 10.2-inch sharp, bright and colorful display with a resolution of 2560*1800 and its density is 308 ppi. So it will be wonderful to play DVD movies or view photos on it. However, Pixel C doesn’t have a built-in DVD-ROM or DVD player, so you will not be successful to play DVD movies on this tablet directly. Does that mean the end to this? Off course not! To play DVD movies on Google Pixel C successfully, as long as you have got Continue reading Tricks for Playing DVD Movies on Google Pixel C
I just like lying in the bed then control what to watch on my TV through a smartphone. Although a remote control also can realize it, what if my desired movies are some local media? Remote control can’t control my Chromecast, can it? Badly, some of my local movies can’t be streamed via my Chromecast. I search to death on Google and finally get the reason and solution.About Chromecast supported formatChromecast has limitation in the input formats. Only video containers MP4 and WebM encoded with Video codecs H.264 High Profile Level 4.1, 4.2 and 5, VP8 and audio codecs HE-AAC, LC-AAC, CELT/Opus, MP3, Vorbis are compatible with Chromecast. However, I have many Continue reading Make MKV, AVI, MP4, FLV, WMV, MPG, MOV Watchable via Chromecast on TV from smartphone
FAQ: Google Nexus 10 users play purchased or rented iTunes videos: Q1. ” I recently purchased the Google Nexus 10 tablet which is android and have always had apple products prior. I would like to convert my videos from itunes to mp4 i believe so that I can transfer my purchases to my new tablet. It seems like I have no idea what I’m doing…” A1. Your file type choice is correct because Nexus 10 can take .mp4 videos. But iTunes videos and movies are all DRM protected, hard to directly put to Nexus. You can try ChewTune, very friendly-used and easy to handle. Just three steps, load movies, choose Continue reading How to sync iTunes videos to Nexus 10 for watching when spend holidays or camping?
Nexus 5 android smartphone equipped with true HD IPS Plus capacitive touchscreen, the resolution is 1080p. Since it has the ability to deal with up to HD videos, the Nexus 5 will no doubt become a great device for watching media contents. However, are you having the trouble to rip your Digital Copy Movies on your Nexus 5? To solve the problem, we should figure out what is Digital Copy? What is Digital Copy? Digital Copy is a commercially distributed computer file containing a media product such as a film or music album. The term contrasts this computer file with the physical copy (typically a DVD or Blu-ray Disc) with Continue reading Convert Digital Copy Movies to Nexus 5 for playback
Although lack of offical support, many BBC iPlayer users want to transfer DRM-protected WMV/MP4 videos from BBC iPlayer to Android/Apple/Windows Tablets or Phones for playing, or play BBC iPlayer videos on other media players or simply as backup purpose. The reason of people doing that is because all contents downloaded from BBC iPlayer are DRM protected. BBC iPlayer services apply Microsoft’s “Play for Sure” DRM system as copyright protection. After the contents are downloaded, they’ll be destroyed automatically after thirty days. Moreover, you can not play them other portable devices such as iPad 4/3/2, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, Surface Pro, Nexus 10/Nexus 9/Nexus 7/Nexus 6/Nexus 5/Nexus 4, Galaxy Continue reading Remove DRM from BBC iPlayer video and transfer to Android/Apple/Windows devices
iTunes Music Playback Question– “Hi all. Could you guys tell me can I put iTunes music (m4a, m4p) on Nexus 7 for playback directly? I want to play iTunes music or songs on Nexus 7, however i can’t figure out how to do. Does anybody who can show me any tips? So much appreciated!” iTunes Movie Playback Question– “Hi Everyone, I want to know how is the movie playback on Nexus 7 (720p and 1080p) and if possible can any one test out the result and share it? I have collections of iTunes HD videos. And I would like to put them onto my coming Nexus 7 to watch on Continue reading How to move iTunes contents (music, movies, tv shows) to Google Nexus 7 Tablet?
Are you familiar to the words “Digital Copy”? Have you noticed many of your Blu-ray/DVD collection from Disney, Pixar, Marvel or DreamWorks include digital copies in the disc package? With digital copy, you could enjoy the highest quality home entertainment experience and the flexibility to watch your movie anytime, anywhere. You can transfer and watch digital copy on Mac, PC and iTunes compatible devices (such as the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad) or redeem Digital Copy with streaming on-demand movie service (such as VUDU or Amazon). Then you may wonder is it possible to play Blu-ray/DVD Digital Copy on Google Nexus devices? It is convenient now to watch Blu-ray or DVD movies Continue reading Record and Convert Digital Copy to Google Nexus devices for playback
The lateast big news in Android was the official launch of the Nexus 6 phone and Nexus 9 tablet. The Nexus 6 phone is a true phablet with a 5.9-inch display. The screen has a very high resolution to compete with other phones. And the Nexus 9 tablet is similar in size to Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX with an 8.9-inch display. Both these two devices pair with a vividly colorful, razor-sharp screen and thin and light design and you no doubt will figure out that it’s amazing to play movies on Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. It’s much more portable than laptop while delivering the same good quality. However, according Continue reading Convert MKV, AVI, VOB, FLV, Tivo, MPG, WebM videos to Nexus 6, Nexus 9 for playback
Since the release on August, the Nexus 7 2nd generation has been so hot and it’s the most powerful one among all the 7.0 inch tablets. Its 1920 x 1200 display produces colors that are not only vibrant but, for the first time ever in a Nexus device, accurate as well. With such a high-definition tablet, watching movies could be such a cool thing ever. But do you really know how to make various videos playable on New Nexus 7? Nexus supported format: Supported video format: MP4/DivX/Xvid/H.264/H.263/WMV Supported audio format: MP3/WAV/eAAC+/WMA Hot Search: Copy Blu-ray to Nexus 8 |Transfer Video Files to Google Nexus Series |Nexus 6/9 Supported From the Continue reading Convert MKV, AVI, VOB, WMV, MOV, Tivo, MXF, FLV, F4V, MTS, MPG video to new Nexus 7
Maybe you have tried to download MKV to your Nexus 7 tablet for playback directly, but you encountered some video playback problems just like the following users said: Q1. “I’ve got both my movie and music library all synced to Nexus 7 and plan to go father-son camping with the movies. Music streams flawlessly, as do AVI movies. However, when trying to stream MKV files the video is incredibly choppy, and I lose subtitles. My WiFi connection is strong as I’m attempting to get everything setup while I’m sitting right here next to the router. I’m not sure what the problem could be. Anyone have any insight into playing MKV Continue reading Play HD MKV movie on Nexus 7 with subtitles and in full screen – How to avoid stuttering