How to convert VOB files to Nexus 7 MP4?
Google Nexus 7, regarded as one of the serious competitor of iPad, is the first Android 4.1 tablet with 1280x800 resolution. So it should be nice experience of watching HD movies on the tablet. However, it is still a pity that it can accept limited video playback file formats like MPEG-4, H.264. Though some video player plug-ins like MX player makes it up to the issue with rich capabilities of video files playback, it is still a rough job to play VOB files on Nexus 7 with MX player, for it doesn't seem to be in reality as claimed to be VOB-supported.
In the case, to convert VOB for Nexus 7 can be the only way out. Doremisoft VOB to Nexus 7 Converter for Mac is the best choice for you, it can easily and fast convert VOB to Nexus 7 acceptable file format like H.264 or MPEG4.
Tip: Supposed you would like to watch commercial DVD disc movies on Nexus 7, please directly refer to the DVD to Nexus 7 Converter for Mac.
Go on the following steps and you'll get how to play VOB on Nexus 7 for Mac.
Step 1: Download, install and run the Mac VOB to Nexus 7 Video Converter.
According to Which OS version you own, select the right version. If you run on Windows 7, XP or Vista, please download the Windows version of VOB to Nexus 7 Video Converter. Both of them share the same operating procedures.
Step 2: Load VOB movies to the program
Click "Add File" button to load .vob file. You can also import several .vob files to the Mac Nexus 7 Converter at one time.
Tip: If you only play back the most favorite segment on Nexus 7, go to "Clip" section to trim a certain time-length video clips.
Step 3: Select "HD-MP4" under the menu of "Profile" as output file format
The Nexus 7 can accept MP4 with HD video resolution of 1280x800. So you can choose "HD MP4" in the "HD Video" list for awesome playback.
Step 4: Start converting VOB files to MPEG-4 on Mac
Hit "Start" button to begin VOB to Nexus 7 Conversion.
The last step for you is directly transfer the generated .mp4 files to Nexus 7, when connecting Nexus 7 to your Mac. Isn't cool enough? Now, have a nice media trip with it!