Three years have passed since Apple’s revolution on the tablet market with the ever amazing launch of the original iPad. Soon after the iPad coming into being, a great number of 10’ Android imitators, such as the Google Nexus 10, quickly followed in its wake. The Nexus 10 is the second tablet in the Google Nexus series developed together by Google and Samsung. As the newest flagship tablet model of Google, along with the ever “highest resolution tablet display, all new multi-user support, immersive HD content and the best Google apps", the Nexus 10 is aim to show the world the best of Android. In this regard, Nexus 10 could be the biggest and best-equipped Android rival we’ve yet seen to Apple’s almighty iPad.
Another stunning feature of the Nexus 10 is that it is available for playing full 1080p HD movies and TV, so users can always enjoy the high definition videos freely sitting indoors. All these fabulous experience of the 10’ tablet has been so adorable until some users try to play XviD AVI videos on Nexus 10 just like playing other kind of videos. To their disappointment, they would certainly fail to access to the XviD videos on Nexus 10 because Nexus 10 can only support videos in MPEG4, H.263, H.264, DivX, and WMV format. Due to the format limitation, the best way to put XviD to Nexus 10 is to change the XviD AVI to Nexus 10 accepted video format by converting XviD to MP4.
After downloading and launching the program, import the original XviD movies from the media folder you kept the videos by using the "Add Files" option. Since batch conversion function is supported, you can add multiple files at one time.
Select Google Nexus 7(*.mp4) (also fit the Nexus 10) as the output format from the "Tablet" tab in the "Convert to" menu bar.
After the settings are done, press the big blue button to start converting XviD to MP4. Thereafter, you can easily play XviD AVI videos on nexus 10.