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How to convert videos to supported formats in Android devices

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Android is a mobile operating system (OS) based on the Linux kernel and currently developed by Google. With a user interface based on direct manipulation, Android is designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers, with specialized user interfaces for televisions (Android TV), cars (Android Auto), and wrist watches (Android Wear).

This tutorial will show you how to convert video files to Android devices including Samsung Galaxy, Motorola Xoom, HTC android phones etc using AV Video Converter (VC).

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- Run Video Converter >> Click on Open track(s) to convert button (1) >> Select video file(s) >> Click Open (2).

Open video files

- In Settings section, left-click on Format field (3) >> Choose Video menu (4) >> Select WebM (5).

Choose Android supported video output format

- In the Video section, expand dropdown list and select setting command VP8 for Video Codec (6), recommended setting for Video Size is 320x180 px, 640x360 px, 1280x720 px, 1920x1080 px (7). You should also configure desired settings for Zoom (8), Aspect radio (9),Mode (10) and Quality (11).

Configure the Video

- In the Audio section, expand dropdown list and select setting command for Audio Codec (12), Sample rate (13), Channels (14), Mode (15), and Quality (16).

Configure the Audio

- In Settings section, left-click on Destination (17).

- When Destination dialog appears, check Specific folder checkbox (18) >> Click on Browse button (19) and choose destination folder for converted video file(s) >> Close the dialog (20).

- Click Convert all track(21).

Start the conversion process

- Now you can transfer your videos and enjoy playing them on Android devices.