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30% OFF-Make VIDEO_TS/DVD ISO files playable on Nexus 10

Postby jacknjchn » Tue Jan 08, 2013 11:00 am

Summary: After completion of this chapter, you will get the solution how to play DVD ISO or VIDEO_TS folder on Nexus 10 via converting DVD ISO or VIDEO_TS to H.264 MP4 for Nexus 10 with the best DVD to Nexus 10 Converter.

Have you made plans for the incoming 2013 New Year yet? How about watching some interesting DVD movies on your Nexus 10? With the high display resolution, it must be a wonderful experience to watch movies on Google Nexus 10.

I have some old home movies I put transferred from VHS to a recordable DVD player. I've made a backup .iso from the DVD. And I want to enable my Nexus 10 to play the .iso or the Video_TS folder, but it failed as the 10-inch Nexus cannot support VOB, IFO, ISO these formats at all.
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DVD Video_TS folder includes IFO, VOB and BUP files, which is contained by a pile of separate video files. When we try to play them, we will have to select each part of the video to play after the previous one finishes playing, which is annoying. If we wanna to viewing DVD movies on Nexus 10 smoothly, a top DVD to Nexus 10 Converter is necessary.

Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Nexus 10 is a professional DVD tool , which can help you to convert your DVD .iso, Video_TS files to Nexus10 video format MP4. With it, you can effortlessly get your work done. Besides converting DVD ISO, Video_TS files to a decent common video, it can also allow you select subtitles for your output video as you want. Now download the software and check out the steps below.
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Step 1: Click DVD folder button to navigate to the Video_TS files you want to add; click the IFO/ISO button to load DVD ISO files. Loaded files can be previewed from the preview window.

Step 2: Then click Format bar and you'll see the format list as below. Simply select Android > Google Nexus 7 H.264 MP4 Video (*.mp4) as the output format.
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Step 3: You can click "Settings" to manually change the video encoder, resolution, frame rate, etc. as you wish. For DVD movie source, setting the video size as 720*480 is enough and setting the video bitrate as 1000kps ~ 2000kps is proper.

Step 4: Once you've finished all the settings, click Convert icon to begin the DVD ISO/Video_TS folder to Nexus 10 conversion.

When the conversion finishes, click Open Folder to open the output folder and get the ripped MP4 videos. Then, it’s time for you to get DVD video files playable on Nexus10.

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