Convert/Put/Play MKV/AVI/WMV/VOB/MVI on Surface RT/Pro

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Convert/Put/Play MKV/AVI/WMV/VOB/MVI on Surface RT/Pro

Postby JerryEdison001 » Tue Nov 27, 2012 6:59 pm

The Microsoft Surface is the first Microsoft-designed tablet computer. The ARM-powered version is thinner and lighter and features a processor made by NVIDIA. It comes with Windows RT and a large 10.6" touchscreen. The device is designed to compete mainly with tablets running mobile operating systems like Android and iOS (iPad). And this Microsoft Surface is also a great media player which supports a lot of media formats including files with MP4, XviD, DivX, H.264, H.263, as video format and MP3, WAV, eAAC+, as audio format. If you want to play your movies and videos on Microsoft Surface, you need a Microsoft Surface Movies Converter.

Tips for Showing Best Video Formats Supported by Microsoft Surface:

Video Format: MP4/DivX/Xvid/H.264/H.263

Video Resolution: 720 x 1280 pixels or 1366 x 768 pixels

Audio Format: MP3/WAV/eAAC+

Microsoft Surface Video Converter from UFUSoft is a handy video converter that convert movies/videos to Microsoft Surface playable format. With this smart video tool, you can convert HD videos, avi, mkv, vro, mvi, mpv, vp6, nsv, mxf, yuv, mpv, dvr-ms, nuv, wmv, 3gp, flv, rmvb, mpg, mov, mp4, avchd, m2ts, mts, mod, vob, etc to Microsoft Surface playable format. In addition, this Microsoft Surface Video Converter software provides video edit functions such as video cut, video joiner, and join splitter, effects adjusting.

Guide: How to Convert Movies or Video to Microsoft Surface with High Quality?

Step 1: Import movies by clicking the “Add” button in the main interface.

The program support batch conversion, you can add movies in different formats like HD videos, avi, mkv, vro, mvi, mpv, vp6, nsv, mxf, yuv, mpv, dvr-ms, nuv, wmv, 3gp, flv, rmvb, mpg, mov, mp4, avchd, m2ts, mts, mod, vob, etc in batch to it.

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Step 2: Set output format and output folder

Click the "Browse icon " beside Output to to set the root directory for the converted files.

Click on the pull down menu of “Profile” to choose "Windows Phone > Windows Phone 7/8 H.264 Video (.mp4)" as output format for Microsoft Surface. Then you can set video and audio parameters on the right panal as follow::

Video Size: 720 x 1280 pixels or 1366 x 768 pixels Video Bitrate: 2000k, 2500K or 3000K Frame Rate: 29.97fps or 30fps

Audio Sample Rate: 48000 Audio Bitrate: 128K or 160K

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Tip: After set the video/audio parameters for Microsoft Surface, you can click on "Save as" button in Profile Settings Panel where you could freely rename the optimized profile for Microsoft Surface (like My Favorite Microsoft Surface Video) so that you can easily choose it from the User Defined category for next use without resetting it again.

Step 3: Start converting Movies to Microsoft Surface H.264 MP4

Click Apply to all beside Settings button to apply the output format and settings to all files, then click the "Convert" button to start the Movies like HD videos, TiVo, MXF, MKV, MTS, M2TS, TS, MOD, TOD, FLV, F4V, AVI, QuickTime MOV, VOB, MP4, MPG, MPEG, SWF, ASF, MVI, NSV, DVR-MS, NUV, MPV, YUV, DAT, VP6, EVO, VRO, DV, etc to Microsoft Surface Conversion, and the task(s) will be done at a amazing speed and perfect output quality.

That’s it, just with three steps you can convert Movie/Video to Microsoft Surface MP4 with Movie/Video to Microsoft Surface Converter mentioned in this article.

Some tips for using this Microsoft Surface Video Converter (Only Ultimate Version owns editing functions):

1. Trim: You can trim your video files to capture and convert your favorite video clips for playing on Microsoft Surface.

2. Crop: You can crop your video area to remove the black video sides for playing on Microsoft Surface in full screen.

3. Effect: You can adjust your video effects by setting video contrast, brightness and saturation.
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