Convert Video to Samsung Galaxy S Series Smartphones
If you happen to be one of the Samsung Galaxy S Series Smartphones (Galaxy S, S2, S3, S4) users, you will find that it just inevitable to convert video to your Galaxy S Series phones. Especially, when you are going for a trip. Since you've already got a big screen phones, you may want to watch your new bought DVD, to enjoy new downloaded music videos, to review the recorded home videos, and even to take advantage of the spare time to listen to foreign music for acquiring a language. To fulfill all your needs, you can try Tune4mac Video Converter for mac.
Tune4mac Video Converter for Mac comes with all needed features for you to convert DVD, music videos, camera recorded video, TV shows, movies, etc. to a high quality video that best fits your Samsung Galaxy S Series Smartphones. Apart from converting video to Galaxy S Series Smartphones supported video format, it is also capable of extracting audio from video for storing on the phone.
Besides Samsung Galaxy S Series Smartphones, you will even be able to convert video to Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Samsung Galaxy Note/Note 2.
How to convert DVD/video to Samsung Galaxy S Series
Step 1: Add Videos
Click Add Video/DVD load file to program.
Step 2: Choose Output profile for Samsung Galaxy S Series Smartphones.
In Profile drop-down list, you can choose output profile for your DVD/video conversion. Click to Android Phones >, there you will see profile for Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy SII and more Samsung Device.
Step 3: Convert
Click the Convert Now button to convert DVD/video to Samsung Galaxy S Series format.
If you want to convert iTunes movie to Samsung Galaxy device, you can take a look at tutorial on how to transfer iTunes movie to Samsung Galaxy S4, how to convert iTunes movie to Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
More About Samsung Galaxy S Series
The Galaxy S-series smartphones are not only Samsung’s most advanced handsets, but in many ways trend-setters for the whole industry. Galaxy S and Galaxy S II were among the first smartphones with large displays. Some capabilities of the Galaxy S III, e.g. eye tracking feature, are not present even on Apple’s iPhones, which also set trends for the industry. And Galaxy S IV is presented to the world the first phone with eight-core application processor inside.