DVD to Nexus Converter Software

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DVD to Nexus Converter Software

Postby bbcbird2 » Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:43 pm

There are many DVD conversion software titles out there that allow you to get the movies off of your DVD discs and onto your Nexus 7 (Nexus 7 Touch 5). Which one can you trust the most? Just check out the article to find some of the best titles you can purchase.



For those of us who are just learning to use an Nexus 7 (Nexus 7 Touch 5) for more than listening to songs while working out at the gym, the words “one-click”, “all-in-one”, “user-friendly” and “simple” are very important when choosing a DVD and video to Nexus 7 software package. There are many software packages that will convert DVD videos to an Nexus 7 but few that encompass all of those words. If you are searching for software to rip DVDs to Nexus 7, test-drive these software packages before you make your final purchase.

1. Pavtube DVD to Nexus 7 Converter



The Pavtube software has all of the features that make it an excellent DVD to Nexus 7 Converter such as speed, built in file manager, editing and ease of use. And it’s free for lifetime ungrades and it’s made for Windows (Windows 8 included) and Mac (Mountain Lion included) computers. It converts DVDs, ISO/IFO files, DVD folders so they are compatible with almost any portable device including iPad, Nexus 7, Nexus 7 touch, Nexus 7 video nano, iPhone, Android, PlayBook, HP TouchPad, Windows RT/Windows 8 tablet, Zune, PSP, video-capable MP3 players, video-capable mobile phones and Pocket PC. You can also download a free trial to see if this DVD to Nexus 7 software is what you need.

This software originally costs $35 and conversions can be made for use on all forms of the Nexus 7. but now you just need to pay $24.5 for it. It’s on sale (saving 30% off) at the company’s site if you choose this option before Jan. 31, 2012.

2. 4media DVD to Nexus 7 Converter



This software is made for Mac and PC computers. It supports the following Nexus 7’s including the Touch, Nano, Classic and Video. This software also allows you to snap your favorite images from your videos into picture files.

This software costs $29 and up.

3. Cucusoft DVD to Nexus 7 Conveter

http://www.proconverter.com/how-to/dvd- ... o-nexus-7/

This title is easy to install and comes with just the basics needed for conversion. Purchasing this software also entitles the user to free lifetime upgrades. This title will run on Microsoft Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7. The final product has near perfect video and audio transfers to keep your memories lasting forever.

Various websites offer this program for $39.95 and up.

4. PQ DVD to Nexus 7 Video Suite



This software, available for Microsoft Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP and Vista features “superfast” DVD conversion speed. It also features high quality advanced video editing features. This PQ software also boasts click direct DVD to Nexus 7 video conversion without any intermediate step. They also claim to be “the first and only software available on the market that supports dual 100% CPU usage in high quality DVD video conversion.”

This software costs from $39.95 and up.

5. Avex DVD to Nexus 7 Video Suite



This Avex software combines the DVD to Nexus 7 Converter and Nexus 7 video converter in one title. It “Converts DVD, MPEG, Tivo, WMV, AVI, DivX/Xvid, RM, MOV videos, etc to Nexus 7 MP4 video.” It has adjustable video size when playing videos on Nexus 7 or television.

The Avex software will cost $45 and up.

5+ Tipard DVD to Nexus 7 Converter



The Tipard DVD to Nexus 7 Converter is for use on all operating systems of Macs. This software is easy to install and easy to use. Top Seven Reviews rates this software the best conversion title for use on Macs. It also supports video trimming and video editing and even allows you to adjust brightness and other technical issues.

http://www.proconverter.com/
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