Google’s Nexus series has proven to be the one of the best choices for consumer electronics, but the company still dreams to defeat Apple in the field of tablet with launching an even stronger new model – the Nexus 10. The collaboration between Google and Samsung makes the Nexus 10 a thinner device with stunning display screen, tough performance and a competitive low price. Google would like to showcase to the world the best of Android via the Nexus 10! As to the minor defects, if any, there’s not a support for SD card memory expansion, and a lack of video formats compatibility.
For instance, some video fans may have found that Nexus 10 cannot natively deal with MKV videos well, especially when you want to get 1080p MKV playback on Nexus 10. Of course, some of these MKV videos can be perfectly played by Nexus 10, but some others can only be played without sounds. This kind problem only occurs when the 1080p videos are encoded in DTS audio.
Now that Nexus 10 cannot support 1080p MKV videos with audios in DTS codec, the simplest solution for this is to convert 1080p MKV to Nexus 10 accepted file formats via a smart third-party .MKV to .MP4 Video Converter (Video Converter for Mac). With its help, you can effortlessly any kind of videos to Nexus 10 for smoothly playback.
Download and start up the program, and load the original MKV files from the media folder you saved the MKV videos by clicking the "Add Files" icon. By the way, batch conversion is supported.
Hit the menu of "Convert to", and then choose Google Nexus 7(*.mp4) (also fit the Nexus 10) as the output format from the "Tablet" tab.
When the processes above are done, press the start button to begin converting MKV to Nexus 10. After that, you can easily play 1080p MKV videos on Nexus 10.