Google Nexus 7 Tablet is a small tablet which is good for you to surf the internet and play games. In the meanwhile, with its seven-inch screen and vibrant 1280-by-800 high-resolution, you probably would like to play videos Nexus 7 in HD quality. If you’ve purchased some movies or TV shows from Google Player, and wanna transfer these videos as well as some photos to your computer or any other Android tablets, please go through the page, we will give you the easy solution.
As matter of fact, you can transfer picture or video file from your Nexus 7 to your computer or any other device via USB cable or Bluetooth. Here is the tutorial on how to transfer videos, photos on Nexus 7 via Bluetooth.
1. Touch the Gallery app, select a media file you want to transfer. Touch on the Menu option and choose “Bluetooth” from the lists.
2. Nexus 7 will ask you to enable Bluetooth. In the “Bluetooth device picker” screen, select the partner to connect to, tap “Pair and connect”.
3. Make sure your computer have also enabled Bluetooth. After pairing, the device will be added and transfer the videos to computer.
While, for some Nexus users, they also would like add video files to Nexus 7 from computer for smooth playback. In this case, the priority you need to concern is the Nexus 7 video format. From its specs, we know Nexus 7 tablet video format is limited to H.264, H.263, MPEG-4, VP8. If you want to transfer other videos to it, you need to change the format first.
Here you can go to download and install the best Nexus 7 Video Converter on your PC. This video converter is the one I’m using now that helps me convert any HD video like MKV, MTS, M2TS, MOV, TiVo, FLV, WMV, AVI, etc to Nexus 7 at ultra fast speed with high output quality. Now, go through the detailed guide I show you below. Plus, this video converter allows you to edit your video files like cropping, trimming, adding 3D effect, adding image/video/text watermark, etc as you need.
Guide: Convert videos (MKV/MTS/MOV/TiVo/FLV/WMV/AVI) to Nexus 7.
Step 1: Launch Brorsoft Video Converter for Nexus 7, and then import your 1080p/720p HD videos to it.
1. Tick off the “Merge into one” box to join multiple video files into one if necessary.
2. Tap the “Split” button to cut a large video into several parts as you need.
Step 2: Click on Format > Common video, and select H.264 Video(*.mp4) as the optimal output format for Google Nexus7.
Tricks: You’d better click the “Settings” icon and customize the video/audio parameters for playing videos on Nexus 7 with full screen playback in HD quality. Here we recommend the best video/audio settings for Nexus 7 as screenshot below.
Step 3: Click the Conversion button; the Nexus 7 video conversion will start immediately at 5-6x faster speed with the CUDA/AMD acceleration technology support.
When the conversion process shows in 100%, you can get the output files from the output folder you set effortlessly. Now, you can connect Nexus 7 to PC via USB cable or Bluetooth and then copy movie files to Nexus 7 for enjoyment at ease.
PS: If you wanan enjoy HD movies on big screen in your house, you can get the Nexus Q that can stream your favorite entertainment directly from the cloud to your living room. Just use the Google Play and YouTube apps on your Nexus 7 to surf an ocean of music, TV, movies and music, and Nexus Q will play it all on the biggest speakers and screen in the house.