Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a great rival to iPad mini. From a specs perspective, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s screen wins out over the iPad mini’s in pretty much every way. It’s marginally larger and offers a much higher resolution, as well as supporting a pressure-sensitive stylus. Actually, the resolution of its screen has been up to 1280*800, which is the same with Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Therefore, you may plan to stream your DVD movie files to Galaxy Note 8 for playback when you on the road. However, Note 8 can’t handle DVD movies or music from DVD discs, DVD folder or DVD ISO/IFO image. So it is necessary to convert and rip DVD to a more friendly video format supported by the Android tablet. An easy-to-use yet powerful DVD to Galaxy Note 8 converter (like Pavtube DVD Ripper)will do the conversion job for you.
Below is the full information you need to convert DVD movies to Galaxy Note 8.
1. Run the Galaxy Note 8 DVD Ripper, load your DVD movie file into it.
2. Choose Galaxy Note 8 playable video format. Click on “Format -> Samsung -> Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (*.mp4)”. to easily get the video preset for Galaxy Tab 10.1 that can also be watched on the Note 8 with excellent quality.
*Click on “Subtitle” or “Audio” to select your wanted audio track and subtitle (including forced subtitles).
*Check “Merge into one file” to join several DVD chapters or titles into a large one after ripping.
*Click on “Settings” to adjust bitrate, frame rate, sample rate, codec, etc to get the best video quality you prefer. Please remember the higher bitrate, the larger file size while the better video quality.
3. Start DVD to Galaxy Note 8 H.264 MP4 conversion by clicking on “Convert” on the main interface of this fastest DVD to Note 8 Ripper.
4. Transfer the ripped movie file to Note 8 once all the conversion is done.
After the above processes, you could readily watch DVD movies on Galaxy Note 8 where you go. At the same time, mac users may use the Mac DVD to Note 8 converter and reference above steps to do the DVD conversion for Note 8 on your Mac OS X computer. That’s all