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Watch WMV on Nexus 7 Freely

Postby katherin » Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:17 am

WMV is a popular format for the website videos for its small in size. However, not every playback device is well compatible with this format, like Nexus 7. If you own a Google Nexus 7, you may get frustrated about the codec problem for WMV videos to play on it.

Actually it is not a big deal, we can simply use a user-friendly video converter to transfer WMV files into the compatible format for Nexus 7.

Which converter can we choose better? I strongly recommend iOrgsoft Video Format Converter (Video File Converter for Mac) for you. With this easy-to-use video converter, you can not only convert all of your files into different output formats, but do a further editing for the video files, like to trim, crop, split, and merge the videos, which enables you to make your own films. If you want to know more on its edit functions, please click:
Guide for iOrgsoft Video Converter

Now I’d like to show you how to run this program:

No.1 Download the program
You should firstly download the program on the website and install it for ready.

No.2 Launch the converter and import your files
Then, you should run the converter and add your WMV videos on it. To do this, you need to click the “Add Files” button and you can add your videos on the converter freely. Batch converting is available, too.

No.3 Choose your output format for Nexus 7
Here, you need to choose your output format with MP4, the well supported format to Nexus 7. To achieve it, you should click the “Convert to” bar to choose “Tablet” → “Google Nexus 7(*.mp4)”.

No.4 Start converting the video files
In the last step, you should kick off the program to start converting. You’ll make it by clicking the “Convert” button in the low-right corner of the interface(the big round orange one).

Related reading:
Play MKV video on Nexus 7
Transfer AVI video to Nexus 7
Import DVD movies to Nexus 7
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