Any DVD Converter - Rip DVD for Galaxy Tab 7.7
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 that's got us really excited. The device is the latest entry in Samsung's popular Android-based Galaxy Tab line, and it is the hottest new piece of hardware for this year's IFA. The 7.7-inch screen is a great size for watching quick videos. Do you want to enjoy DVD movies or videos freely on Galaxy Tab 7.7? Find me .
Any DVD Converter is an All-in-One DVD to Galaxy Tab 7.7 Converter tool with easy-to-use graphical interface, fast converting speed and excellent video quality. It can convert video files from mpg, avi, divX, mpg, vob, wmv (Windows Media Video formats), 3gp (mobile phone format), asf, mov, rmvb and more into mp4, avi, mpeg and wmv files. Besides, it can rip DVD to the great Galaxy Tab 7.7!
Here following is a brief guide on how to rip DVD movies for Galaxy Tab 7.7 by using DVD to Galaxy Tab 7.7 Converter.
Step One: Download and install DVD to Galaxy Tab 7.7 Converter
After you download and install DVD to Galaxy Tab 7.7 Converter, please run the program.
Step Two: Insert your DVD disc to the DVD drive, click the Open DVD button to load DVD files. Or you can click menu File > Open DVD Folder to import DVD movie.
Note: Before ripping DVD, unfold DVD Options in the right settings panel, set Audio Language to the one you would like the movie's sound to play in. You can also set subtitle language and angle. If you don't like the DVD to be separated as titles, click Edit >> Options >> DVD and check.
Step Three: Choose output format from the profile drop-down list.
If you want to rip DVD to Galaxy Tab 7.7, please unfold the drop-down list and select a proper output format for your Galaxy Tab 7.7. You can also set the frame size you prefer from the drop-down list of "Frame Size" option.
Step Four: Start to DVD to Galaxy Tab 7.7 Conversion
Click Convert button to start ripping Movie DVD to Galaxy Tab 7.7. Once the conversion is finished, you can click "Output Folder" button to get the output files.
Step1: Simply click Add Video button to import the video files from your hard drive. Batch video conversion and merging videos are supported.
Step 2: Choose output profile "Google Android MPEG-4 Movie (*.mp4)" in the profile drop-down list.
For better enjoying videos on Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, you can customize video and audio options, such as Video Codec, Video Bitrate, Audio Codec, Audio Bitrate, Audio Channel, Disable Audio, etc
Step 3: Click Convert button to start converting videos for Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7. Once the conversion is finished, you can click "Output Folder" button to get the output MP4 files. Have fun!
Simply paste the YouTube video URL from your browser into the tablet video converter, select the video quality (Edit > Options > Online Video) you want to download and double-click the pasted video URL to start downloading. It can download YouTube 720p and 1080p videos in batches with fast downloading speed. After YouTube 720p and 1080p videos are downloaded to the program, you can transfer them to Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7.
Supported Input Formats: 3g2, 3gp, 3gpp, 3gp2, amv, asf, avi, avs, dat, divx, dv, dvr-ms, f4v, flv, m1v, m2p, m2t, m2ts, m2v, m4v, mkv, mod, mov, mp4, mpe, mpeg, mpeg2, mpeg4, mpg, mpv, mts, nsv, ogg, ogm, ogv, qt, rm, rmvb, tod, trp, tp, ts, vob, vro, wmv, webm
Supported Output Format: wmv, mpg, mp4, avi, asf, m2ts, 3gp, 3g2, flv, mkv, swf, webm, mp3, ogg, wav, aac, m4a, wma
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is the first tablet to feature a 7.7-inch Super AMOLED display. As the name suggests, it has a 7.7-inch (1280 x 800) display -- specifically, a Super AMOLED Plus panel. Like so many other 7-inchers hitting the market, it runs Android 3.2 and yes, that's a skinned flavor of Honeycomb, with Samsung's tablet-optimized TouchWiz UX layered on top. Inside, it runs the same Samsung-made dual-core 1.4GHz processor found in the new Galaxy Note, along with an HSPA+ radio promising theoretical download speeds as high as 21Mbps.
Other specs for the 0.74-pound (335-gram) tablet include 16GB to 64GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot, a 5,100mAh battery rated for 10 hours, 802.11n WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth 3.0 and dual 3MP and 2MP cameras. In a nutshell, it's the in-between-sized do-over a lot of folks have been awaiting since the original Galaxy Tab grew stale -- a slate that promises faster speeds and some seriously improved viewing angles. We'll be the judge of that in our review, but in the meantime stay tuned for some early hands-on impressions.