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How to convert DVD for playback on Nexus 7

Google Nexus 7 is a 7dvd to Nexus 7-inch tablet catches many people’s eyes which comes with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean installed.With a combination of a quad core SoC, IPS panel, solid construction, and the latest version of Android and it only sells at $199 for the 8 GB model, and $249 for the 16 GB model.it really impresses many people Also it gives you access to the Google Play app store to download e-book, music and other resources.

In the following article, Let’s take a look at how to convert DVD movies to for playback on Nexus 7 tablet and enjoy DVD movies on Nexus 7 using Clone2go DVD Ripper.

1.Import DVD movies

Insert the DVD disc into the disc drive, click the “Open DVD” button to import it. Or if the DVD movie is saved as a folder on your computer, you need to click the “Add Video” button to locate that folder, which is composed of two separate folders: VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS. From the VIDEO_TS folder, select the .vob file to import and then click “OK”.

2.Choose output format and folder

Click the “Profile” drop-down list and choose output format, for Nexus, you can choose mp4 or 3gp video. From the sub-category, choose the most appropriate output format you need. Then set output folder by clicking “Opitions->Genaral”.

3.Start to convert

Then you can click “Start Encode” button to start converting DVD for Nexus 7.
Note: After the conversion process is finished, you can easily find the converted movies by clicking the output folder or “folder” tab.

About Clone2go DVD Ripper.

Clone2Go DVD Ripper is actually the perfect combination of DVD Converter, Video Converter, HD Video Converter and YouTube Downloader.With this excellent DVD Ripper, you can easiy rip DVD to AVI, WMV, MP4, FLV, MOV, WMA, MP3, M4A, iTunes, etc. Besides, it lets you convert video files in all popular formats, including HD video (AVCHD MTS/M2TS) and even online YouTube video.

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