Video to Google Nexus 10-Convert/Mount/Play MTS/M2TS Videos to Google Nexus 10

“I got many MTS/M2TS videos and want to play them on Google Nexus 10, tried many softwares to transfer the MTS/M2TS videos to Google Nexus 10 , but of low quality, is there any other software to solve this problem and help me out? Thanks in advance.

To play MTS/M2TS Video on Google Nexus 10, you first need to convert MTS/M2TS to Google Nexus 10 compatible formats like H.264 MP4. This article introduces two solutions for converting MTS/M2TS format to Google Nexus 10 format on Mac and in Windows for assisting you to do the playback. Here we go the step by step guides:

Part 1: How to convert MTS/M2TS video to Google Nexus 10 on Mac

Part 2: How to Convert MTS/M2TS video to Google Nexus 10 in Windows

As a cross-platform software,MTS/M2TS to Google Nexus 10 Converter can be a powerful Video Converter that enable you convert various video. the program not only convert MTS/M2TS file to Google Nexus 10, but also 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 Google Nexus 10 with fast speed.

Part 1: How to convert MTS/M2TS video to Google Nexus 10 on Mac

To do such an MTS/M2TS file to Google Nexus 10 file Mac conversion, you need a professional Google Nexus 10 Video converter for Mac to help you. The one used here supplies you ultra-fast conversion speed as well as loss-less video quality:

  1. Directly drag & drop your MTS/M2TS files to the Mac app, or head to “File” menu then choose “Add Videos” to import your files for converting. Batch conversion is allowed;
  2. Select your output format. For Google Nexus 10, this converter has supplied an optimized preset for the device so you can directly choose it: open the format list > Select “Android > Android H.264 Video (.mp4)” format.
  3. Click “Start” to convert MTS/M2TS to Google Nexus 10 on Mac running Mac OS X Leopard, Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Mac OS X Lion, Mac OS X Mountain Lion etc..

Part 2: How to convert MTS/M2TS files to Google Nexus 10 in Windows

You need an great MTS/M2TS to Google Nexus 10 Video Converter, which can help to convert MTS/M2TS format to Google Nexus 10 supported formats. This Google Nexus 10 Converter could be a good choice for you. All you need to do is very simple in three steps.

Step 1. Add MTS/M2TS files to the MTS/M2TS to Google Nexus 10 converter

Two ways for you to add MTS/M2TS file:

1. Click the “Add Video” image button to add MTS/M2TS video files to the MTS/M2TS video to Google Nexus 10 converter.

2. Directly drag your MTS/M2TS files into the MTS/M2TS video to Google Nexus 10 converter.

This Google Nexus 10 Video converter supports batch conversion, so you can import and convert several multimedia files at one time.

MTS/M2TS video to Google Nexus 10 converter

Step 2. Select output format

The easiest way to set the output format is to click the “Profile” image button, and find your desired one in the “Android > Android H.264 Video (.mp4)” category. Then you can set video and audio parameters on the right panal as follow::

Video Size: 2560 x 1600 pixels or 1920 x 1080 pixels Video Bitrate: 2000K or 2500K
Frame Rate: 29.97fps or 30fps Audio Sample Rate: 48000 Audio Bitrate: 128K or 160K

Convert MTS/M2TS to Google Nexus 10

Step 3. Start Convert MTS/M2TS to Google Nexus 10.

Click “Start” to begin MTS/M2TS to Google Nexus 10 video conversion. The converting progress bar shows you how much of the encoding is completed.

That’s all. After sync the converted mp4 videos to Google Nexus 10 via iTunes, you can enjoy and play your MTS/M2TS videos on your Google Nexus 10.

Some tips for using this Google Nexus 10 Video Converter:

1. Trim: You can trim your MTS/M2TS files to capture and convert your favorite video clips for playing on Google Nexus 10.

2. Crop: You can crop your MTS/M2TS area to remove the black video sides for playing on Google Nexus 10 in full screen.

3. Effect: You can adjust your MTS/M2TS effects by setting video contrast, brightness and saturation.

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