How to get home movies(Blu-ray, DVD Discs) and MKV/AVI/VOB files to Play on Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1?

The Sasmung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is a well-designed tablet with powerful speakers, a responsive screen, and comes with Ice Cream Sandwich installed. Its big, bright 10.1-inch screen makes it ideal for movies and HD videos watching. Throw in the Tab 2′s robust battery life and obvious portability, and you’ve got a top-notch on-the-go entertainment device. If you want to watch TV shows and movies from your own collection, there are apps for that, below, I will share you an easy way to bring home movies including Blu-ray, DVD and 1080p/720 MKV, AVI, VOB files to Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. Keep reading for a brief how-to on the process.

Downloading the app (a Ultimate Movie Converter) for Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

Pavtube provides a piece of software called the Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate, which is used to rip Blu-ray discs, standard DVDs and convert almost all kinds of videos including the common MKV, AVI, VOB, TiVo, MPG and more with super fast conversion speed and excellent image and sound quality. The Movie Converter for Galaxy Tab 2 offers an optimized formats for Samsung Galaxy Tab including Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. Continue reading »

How to Transfer TiVo recording files to Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 for playing back

Rather than compete at the highest end with the new iPad or the Transformer Prime, Samsung’s latest Galaxy Tab 2 comes with a software upgrade and a price downgrade. The bigger brother Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 has solid but unspectacular specs – a 1GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 1280 x 800 TFT display, 16GB or 32GB of internal storage, dual cameras. By any means, the Android 4.0 tablet can be used as a fantastic portable media player to take movies with. So why not transfer your TiVo recordings to Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 for enjoying? No matter where you are, whenever it is, just take out the Tab 2 from your handbag and enjoy your favorite TV shows or Euro football matches freely! Nice idea, isn’t it? The process is actually all that difficult. To help those who wanna play TiVo recordings on Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, I will throw this quick tutorial up.

As you see, you can easily transfer recored TV shows (*.tivo) from your TiVo box to your PC or Mac for watching at ease. However, TV shows in TiVo format can not played on the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. In order to play them on the Tab 2, you may have to convert TiVo videos to H.264/MPEG-4 MP4, WMV or other Galaxy Tab 2 compatible videos. If you’re interested in doing this, Check out Pavtube’s Video Converter(currently on sale), a top TiVo Video Converter for Galaxy Tab 2. I’ve had success using the program to encode TiVo files to a format playable by Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 in a few mouse clicks. I’ve found the quality to be excellent, and see no difference when compared to playing the TiVo files themselves. Just Free Download it and move your TiVo shows/movies onto Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 without any hassle! Below is a brief guide for you. Continue reading »

How to Backup & Rip DVDs for Android?

Watching DVD movies on DVD players at home has never been a problem for us. The question is, what if you’d like to enjoy your favorite DVD movies when on the road? Bringing several discs along tend to be inconvenient, not to mention they jump on the most crucial scenes and are prone to scratches. Now that Android-based devices have rocked into the mainstream, there’s an easy way taking DVD movies alongside, i.e., ripping DVD and putting movies onto your Android tablet or phone. The process is easier than you may think, here I would throw this quick tutorial up on how to rip DVD to Android compatible video formats.

First, the most important piece of the equation is that you have a DVD Ripper software hooked to your PC. There are many programs out there that allow you to make copies of your DVDs and let you watch them the way you want to view them. If you’re looking for ease of use, and don’t mind spending $40, I’ve had success using Pavtube’s DVD Ripper to convert DVD discs to a format playable by my Asus Transformer Prime and Samsung Galaxy Note. I’ve found the quality to be excellent, and see no difference when compared to playing the discs themselves. The audio/video synchronization is very good, the size of the subtitles too. Continue reading »

The Way for Splitting a large vide file into several small files under 4GB

Nowadays, most folks are fond of watching movies on their tablets. If you ever wanted to put some large movie files over 4GB to your Android tablets including Galaxy Tab, Asus Transformer Prime, Sony Tablet, Toshiba Thrive, Kindle Fire, and Nook Tablet, you will find playback even recognition is a blue moon. The reasoning behind Android’s omission is that those android-based tablets only recognize SD cards formatted in FAT 32 which limits a single file size less than 4GB. To get those large video files over 4GB work normally with your Android tablet, you can convert/compress multimedia files and lower resolution files still will look fine. Anyway, Is there any other solution for this?

Maybe it has something to do with the fact that Android users are more likely to actually want to enjoy the media (e.g. Blu-ray, DVD Discs, MKV, AVI) they own in a manner that best fits them, not big brother. It seems we not alone and Pavtube brings the Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate software, a perfect application to not only split large video files into smaller pieces but also convert them to your required formats while splitting. Continue reading »

How to: Transfer/Stream iTunes movies to Android Tablets or smartphones using Mac?

For those that own iOS Devices like iPad, iPhone 4s, iPod, it is really easy to stream and enjoy iTunes movies from Mac. However, things turn to be different when it comes to an Android device. iTunes movie seems to be a forbbiden fruit for Android Tablets and smartphones. The reasoning behind Android’s omission in the digital movie realm can be speculated and theorized till DRM(Digital rights management) death. To have the full access and control of your purchased iTunes videos, movies, and TV shows, you may have to remove DRM from iTunes and convert the DRM-protected contents to fits for Android devices. Here I am sharing my experience to help those who wanna transfer iTunes movies to Android with Mac. Along with some help from the third-party software.

There are many programs out there that allow you to make free the iTunes m4v movies out of DRM restriction on Mac and let you watch them on Android the way you want. The iTunes movie to Android Converter for Mac, entitled ChewTune (recommended) ranks top on the DRM removal application list. Continue reading »

Equiped with a 10.1-inch screen like Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 looks fantastic. The Super PLS-based display, with its 1,280×800-pixel resolution, produces a clear, crisp image, with a wide viewing angle that looks great when Web surfing or playing HD movies. Have you ever tried to put your DVD movies onto this amazing tablet for enjoying on the go? If so, this article will do you a favor that gives you some tips of how to rip/copy DVD movies(DVDs, IFO/ISO) to Galaxy Tab 8.9 with high quality.

What you need is a professional DVD ripper that can help you transfer DVD to Galaxy Tab 8.9 supported video formats quickly and easily and with good video quality.

Pavtube DVD Ripper is an ideal tool help you rip DVD to Galaxy Tab 8.9 compatible video formats with high quality in just a few mouse clicks! Besides, you can crop the black bars, add special video effects, split or merge videos, etc. as you like with the built-in editor. The program makes great quality copies of my DVDs and helps you rip and convert all the DVD DVD Discs even DVD iso/ifo image files for Galaxy Tab 8.9 at a super fast speed ( based on based on NVIDIA CUDA & AMD App Acceleration ). The equivalent Mac version is Pavtube DVD Ripper for Mac. Just get the right one according to your situation.

Download the free trial of the DVD Ripper for Galaxy Tab 8.9

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Rip/Convert DVD ISO Movies For Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Full-Screen Playback

Is it possible to play DVD videos on Galaxy Tab 10.1?
I have some .iso files copied from DVDs. I’m wondering if I can put these DVD iso videos to Galaxy Tab 10.1 for watching. Does 2nd gen Samsung Galaxy tab play .iso format?

The answer is Possible as long as you convert DVD iso to Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 compatible videos(e.g. H.264 mp4). Currently the Tab 10.1 supports but only wmv, H.264, MPEG4, DivX, H.263, VP8 format of videos. While the DVD iso image file is encoded with MPEG-2 which is uncompatible with almost all Android-based Tablets including the Galaxy Tab. So before transferring DVD iso files to Galaxy Tab 10.1, you need to transcode DVD iso to H.264 mp4 videos or something else which the Galaxy Tab natively supports. This article will talk about how to put DVD iso and DVD movies on Galaxy tab 10.1. Besides, i also share something about how to get full-screen playback. Continue reading »

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has all the specs you’d expect for a high-end tablet — great screen, dual cameras, solid battery life, and a dual-core NVIDIA processor. For movie zealots, the Android HoneyComb Tablet is really a decent portable media player to enjoy HD videos and movies, and it supports playing HD video content in a wide range of multimedia formats (DivX, XviD, MPEG4, H.263, H.264 and more). And most of the times you can enjoy AVI, MP4, WMV, MKV videos on the 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab, but things happens when you can not play AVI files properly or missing audio when playing MKV videos on Galaxy Tab. Besides, there are lots of other formats (VOB, MPG, TS, TiVo, etc) that Galaxy Tab 10.1 does not support. In that case, to play these videos on the Samsung Tablet, you need to convert and transcode them to H.264 or MPEG-4 encoded format first. Here I would share with you a good way that ends up with optimal video conversion for your Galaxy Tab 10.1. Absolutely get some help from the third-party software.

There are many programs out there allow you to get these upcompatible videos ready for your Galaxy Tab 10.1. A recommended one is Pavtube Video Converter. Video Converters varies, I recommend this one because I tried four video encoders and it is the only one that converts h.264 and mpeg-4 video without sync issues. Better yet, it lets me save my settings as a custom format. Reviews indicate that the small tool is easy to use for editing and conversion and input videos include TiVo, VP6, MXF, VRO, MTS, M2TS, AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, VOB, MVI, EVO, MOV, MPG, and more. Continue reading »

The Samsung Galaxy Note is a phone/tablet hybrid that doesn’t really sit in any category. It is certainly not without its strengths, most of which revolve around that giant 5.3-inch screen — the largest on any smart phone around. Not only is it big, it’s also beautiful. Moreover, it has a insanely sharp 1,280×800-pixel resolution which is same as some 10-inch Anroid Tablets. Moreover, it supports videos up to 1080p. Tests prove video videos and photos look nothing short of stunning on the Galaxy Note. So enjoy media contents on the Andorid-based handset is really amazing.

In order to enrich the digital entertainment on the Galaxy Note, we can transfer and copy our favourited Blu-ray and DVD movies to the Samsung Galaxy Note. Along with the help of a Blu-ray Ripping software.

As mentioned above, in order to put and play Blu-ray 1080p movies on Samsung Galaxy Note, we need to use a 3rd party tool to rip and convert Blu-ray movies to Galaxy Note compatible formats(e.g. h.264 mp4). Blu-ray Ripping Software varies. When it comes to getting the raw content of a Blu-ray disc onto the Galaxy Note, Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper is about as good as it gets. It is easy to use for editing and conversion and makes great quality copies of my Blu-ray and DVDs. The program now is on sale at the company’s site through Nov. 22, 2011 if you choose this option. Continue reading »

Galaxy Tab M4V – Transfer/Play iTunes m4v movie on Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 without DRM restriction

Question: So I bought the new Galaxy Tab 8.9 and I’m wondering if it’s possible to download my itunes m4v videos to my galaxy tab. I can’t figure out how to get a M4V video onto it. I have lots of HD movies formatted .m4v from iTunes store, I wonder if the Galaxy Tab can play these m4v files?

As we know, The M4V file format is a video file format developed by Apple and Apple uses M4V files to encode TV episodes, movies, and music videos in the iTunes Store. The copyright of M4V files may be protected by using Apple’s FairPlay DRM copyright protection. The unprotected M4V files without AC3 audio may be recognized and played by Galaxy Tab 8.9 by changing the file extension from “.m4v” to “.mp4″ using a Video to Galaxy Tab Converter. To play a protected M4V file, the Galaxy Tab needs to be authorized. Unfortunately the Android devices have not get a license to play DRM contents, which means DRM protected M4V movies will not play on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9.

However, there must a way to use the DRMed iTunes videos on the Galaxy slate. As far as i know, the best solution is to remove DRM from the m4v videos and convert them to Galaxy Tab compatible formats (e.g. H.264 mp4) along with some help of the 3rd party tool. When it comes to free iTunes m4v videos from DRM restriction/protection, Pavtube ChewTune is about as good as it gets. The DRM remover will easily make free iTunes m4v videos out of DRM-protected contents. Moreover, video and music purchased from Amazon and Digital Copy from Blu-ray/DVD can be also converted to fit your Galaxy Tab 8.9 and other Android devices. While the playback of the converted iTunes videos is smooth and decent as possible as original. Continue reading »