Samsung Announced a Windows 10 tablet
Samsung is getting back into the world of Windows tablets with the announcement of Galaxy Tab Pro S, a Windows 10 tablet which including thousands of apps with all your favorite movies, TV shows and music right at your fingertips. For people who are going to get Galaxy Tab Pro S in hand, you can fulfill it with all your favorite movies, videos and music for viewing when you are going out for a small trip or a long journey.
Galaxy Tab Pro S Supported File Formats
Before performing the video transferring process, you should be clear of what file formats can be moved to it. Or you will continue to receive either a "audio codec not supported" or "video codec not supported" message. From Samsung's official website, we get its media compatibility information as below:
Video: MP4, 3GP, WMV, ASF, AVI, MKV (playback resolution: 3840X2160)
Audio: MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC
Play unsupported file formats on Galaxy Tab Pro S
It is likely that you may have large collection of Blu-ray or DVD disc movies or online downloaded movies with various formats that can be added to enrich your Galaxy Tab Pro S's media library. However, it is also a great pain when you find that your table does not support to play them. Fortunately, this format incompatible issue can be easily fixed with a powerful media converting tool.
After searching on the Internet for best converters, you may find that Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate for Windows/Mac (best Video Converter Ultimate Review), the program came highly recommended on a couple of sites. It can comprehensively convert Blu-ray, DVD disc, online downloaded movies, recording files, etc with the resolution of 4K/2K/SD/HD to Galaxy Tab Pro S supported file formats listed above. In addition, it also benefits you to directly output Galaxy Tab preset profile file formats so that you won't need to do some extra profile settings on your own.
To save storage space for your Galaxy Tab Pro S, it is very essential to compress your videos or movies before the transferring process. This video movie compression program offers 3 different ways to compress your video files:
Trim: cut off unwanted parts from your files to have only you wanted parts left, this method will not cause any quality loss.
File resolution: output a file with a lower resolution for playing on your Galaxy Tab Pro S.
Bit rate: lower the bit rate 20-50% of the default to get small files.
More file compression ways can be found in : 5 Ways to compress video file size
Step 1. Import sources to Sony Xperia video converter
After launching the all-in-one video converter for Sony Xperia smartphone, click "File" in top left corner to import hot movies and recorded videos for pleasant viewing on your Xperia phone.
Step 2: Output Galaxy Tab Pro S supported file format.
Click "Format" bar, from its drop-down option, select Galaxy Tab preset profile format by following "Samsung" > "Samsung Galaxy Tab H.264(*.MP4)" to output, you can also choose other Galaxy Tab Pro S supported formats to output.
Step 3: Compress video file size.
Trim video: Open "Video Editor" window and switch to the "Trim" tab, you can drag the slider bars to include the segment you want to remain, click the left square bracket to set start point, and click the right square bracket to set end point when previewing the video or directly input specific values to "Start" and "End" box.
Lower file resolution and bit rate: Click "Settings" to open "Profile Settings" drop-down window, from "Size(pix)" drop-down list, select a small resolution to output, under "Bit rate" drop-down option, choose a lower bit rate.
Step 4: Carry out the conversion.
Go back to the main interface, press the right-bottom to start Blu-ray/DVD/video to Galaxy Tab Pro S conversion process.
When the conversion is completed, just transfer converted files to Galaxy Tab Pro S for watching on the go.
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