The Samsung Galaxy S 4‘s 5-inch 1080p HD screen definitely bring you an extraordinary movie watching experience. And there are various ways you can add your video and audio files from PC to your S4. You can transfer your media to Galaxy S4 via USB cable, using Samsung Kies or Windows Media Player. When playing local content, Samsung Galaxy S4 impressed us by supporting versatile video file types/formats including WMV9, WMV7, WMV8, H.264, MPEG4, Xvid, DivX, H.263, and VP8 video codecs. If, however, your movie isn’t already in one of the Galaxy S4 supported video formats or it’s still on a DVD or on a Blu-ray, you’ll need to encode/re-encode these movies for Galaxy S4 first. Here is how:
P.S: The program can help you compress 1080p Blu-ray files to Samsung Galaxy S4, rip DVD movie to Galaxy S4 and convert HD videos to Galaxy S4, including MKV, AVI, MPG, VOB, TiVo and more, everything can be transferred to Samsung Galaxy S4 optimized formats with original quality.
Step 2: Import Source media for movie to Galaxy S4 conversion. Click “Add Video” icon to load video files like MTS/M2TS, MKV, VOB, MOV, TOD, TiVo, etc or click on “disc-like” icon to load movie from DVD and Blu-ray source(Disc, folder, ISO).
Step 3: Click “Format” bar and and move mouse cursor to “Samsung -> Samsung Galaxy S III Video (*.mp4)” which is a format specially designed for Galaxy S3 but also works for the S4 perfectly.
What if we’d like to make the video better for my Samsung Galaxy S4… This part is written to people who prefer higher quality and less compression. The Galaxy S4 plays 1080p video up to a high bitrate, however, due to the 4GB limitation of FAT32 file system (when using an SD card), it’s not recommended that you export video over 3.5GB. After you set the Galaxy S3 preset, click on “Settings” and you’ll find the settings panel pops up as below:
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