Best TIVO MOV VOB MKV M2TS WMV AVI FLV to Xoom converter - Play movies on Xoom
With its 10.1-inch HD widescreen display at 1280x800 resolution, you could enjoy HD videos on Xoom tablet with ease. However, this amazing android tablet supports very limited video formats. For these videos that can't be supported well. You have to convert them to xoom compatible formats. This post will show you the best way to convert videos for Xoom.
In this case, Foxreal video converter is necessary. It is an all-in-one video converting and editing tool based on NVIDIA CUDA technology. It mainly helps you convert between rich formats and edit HD/SD video for great entertainment. like TiVo, MXF, MKV, MTS, M2TS, TS, MOD, TOD, FLV, F4V, AVI, WMA, QuickTime MOV, VOB, MP4, MPG, MPEG, SWF, ASF, MVI, VP6, EVO, VRO, DV, MP3, AC3, MKA, WMA, WAV, M4A, OGG, APE and more.
It also helps you edit video with cropping, trimming, adding watermarks/effects, removing interlaces, replacing audio file, etc. Or, you can directly convert video clips for Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Sony Vegas, Cyberlink Power Director, Avid, Windows Movie Maker, Magix Movie Edit Pro and other editing software.
This tool supply many special presets for Motorola xoom to make the operation much easier. Now, just follow the step-by-step guide to convert the videos you want for xoom.
Step 1. Download and install this Xoom video converter on your computer, if you are a mac user, please use Mac xoom video converter.
Step 2. Add your video files.
Step 3. Choose output format for xoom.
As you see, there are three presets for xoom, just choose one according to your need. But you should know, the higher quality with bigger size.
Step 4. Start this conversion.
When the process is done, copy the converted video to xoom, then you can watch any video on Motorola xoom. Hope this article helps.
Last edited by PavtubeVideo; 09-14-2011 at 10:17 PM.
09-14-2011 10:15 PM
Hi there, thanks for the suggestion, Fox real Video Converter is a nice product & not a rip off either... I'm preparing my first movie now while I wait for my new Xoom to arrive in the post in the next couple of days.
I'm just gonna use the trial version first in order to see how well it works even though there will be a water mark on the screen when its done, just test it out be for I buy.
I've just one question, how do you know which files to pick from the DVD? There are a whole bunch, do I just chose all of the VTS available?
Welcome to the forum.Glad you decided to join us.
Originally Posted by Fellow_Droid
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Hi guys, thanks for the warm welcome!
I actually decided to go with the DVD Catalyst 4 software after fishing around on the forum a bit.
It works perfect! Full DVD conversion in under 30mins, Zweet!
Looks like I won't be getting my Xoom for another 10 wrk days now, had an email today from the company that its in procurement or something.
You can all just tinker on with out me
Gives me a chance to stock up on peripherals anyway....
You'll want the VOB files only. But if you get the MOBO player and codecs from the market, you won't have to convert anything. It plays avi's, vob, and divxx. Not sure about wma files haven't tried that format yet
Originally Posted by Fellow_Droid