ISO images are stored in an uncompressed format. Which is a true digital copy of the original. Unlike a physical optical disc, an image can be transferred over any data link or removable storage medium. However, many useres have problems when they transfer the ISO files to their Nexus 7 Jelly bean tablet. As follows:
I’ve got several hundred ISO files that I want to convert to MP4 so I can play them on my xBox and Google Nexus 7. How can i do it?
I purchased Pavtube DVD Ripper to convert ISO images of DVDs to a format I can play on my Goolge Nexus 7 Android 4.1 tablet. I’m not savvy enough to know which is the most suitable format to Google Nexus 7, and what should i do to get it? Meanwhile, i hope all the screen works for movies, i really hate the black bars. Can you offter a suggestion as to which output format to use to get these results?
Some people like mp4 format as output for their kinds of portable devices playing. Because this format is liked by most media players. Actually, different mp4 videos use different codecs, among them, h.264 is the best one. For the user who asked the second question, the h.264 mp4 is highly recommended.
Since he has purchased Pavtube DVD Ripper to convert ISO movies to Google Nexus 7, it’s very easy to get the most suitable format to Google Nexus 7. By installing a Patch file, you can get optimized Google Nexus 7 preset.
The user also asked another question, how to make all the screen works for the movie, in other words, he want full-screen effect. Below is the details of the Google Nexus 7 preset.
As you see, in default, the video resolutin is 1280*800, which is just fit Nexus 7′s screen. Generally, it will give us full screen effect. If it doens’t work, you can use ” Crop ” function to cut off.
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