Samsung Galaxy Tab S8/S7 users may have trouble playing Blu-ray, DVD and H.265 movies since the incompatible problem. Here is the solution to rip and convert Blu-ray/DVD/H.265 to Galaxy Tab S8/S7 (Plus, Ultra) for watching.
Galaxy Tab S8 features the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. There is at least 8GB of RAM in addition to 128/256GB storage options. The tablet also features dual rear cameras, AKG-tuned quad speakers with Dolby Atmos support, an in-display fingerprint sensor and 5G support. Samsung added support for some new formats in recent years, but not including Blu-ray, DVD and H.265. So, how to watch Blu-ray/DVD discs and downloaded H.265 movies on Galaxy Tab S8/S7? This question may puzzle the users since they have got some 4K Blu-ray discs and 4K H.265 MKV moives but could not successfully play them with Galaxy Tab S8/S7 or other tablets. However, there is a trick to let your Blu-ray, DVD and H.265 movies play on the Galaxy Tab S8/S7 (Plus, Ultra). That is, rip and convert Blu-ray/DVD/H.265 files to Galaxy Tab S8/S7 supported format. Before start, let’s know more about the Galaxy Tab S8/S7 compatible formats, so we will know what we should convert Blu-ray, DVD and H.265 to.
Know about Galxy Tab S8/S7 (Plus, Ultra) Supported Video Formats
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8/S7 supports several kinds of container formats and more than a dozen video/audio codecs. The three most common patterns are MP4, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, WMV, ASF, AVI, FLV, MKV, WEBM container. And we can play MP3, M4A, 3GA, AAC, OGG, OGA, WAV, WMA, AMR, AWB, FLAC, MID, MIDI, XMF, MXMF, IMY, RTTTL, RTX, OTA, APE, DSF, DFF audio files on Galaxy Tab S8/S7 (Plus, Ultra).
A file with the .mp4 file extension is an MPEG-4 video file format. MP4s are one of the more common video file formats used for downloading and streaming videos from the internet. It’s a highly versatile and compressed video format that also can store audio, subtitles, and still images. Because MP4 is a standardized file format for video, almost all video players support MP4. You can pick H.264 MP4 format when converting Blu-ray, DVD and H.265 to Galaxy Tab S8/S7. So, how to rip and convert Blu-ray, DVD and H.265 for playing on Galaxy Tab S8/S7 (Plus, Ultra)? Read on this tutorial and learn about the process for playing Blu-ray, DVD and H.265 movies on Galaxy Tab S8/S7. It is simple to get it done in minutes.
How to Convert and Transfer Blu-ray/DVD/H.265 to Galaxy Tab S8/S7 (Plus, Ultra)?
To play and watch Blu-ray, DVD and H.265 movies on Galaxy Tab S8/S7, you need a video converter to convert Blu-ray, DVD, H.265 to H.264 MP4 format, so that you can transfer to Galaxy Tab S8/S7 for playing. Then, Acrok Video Converter Ultimate is an excellent 4K Blu-ray Ripper, DVD Ripper and H.265 Video Converter to with Windows and Mac version, which can provide us with the fastest speed to convert Blu-ray, DVD and H.265 to Galaxy Tab S8/S7 (Plus, Ultra) supported format while holding the original quality.
One of the best features is, Acrok Video Converter Ultimate provides complete preset profiles for Samsung Galaxy Tab series, from Galaxy Tab S to the latest Galaxy Tab S8/S7. It will continuously be updated. With the preset profile, you don’t need to worry about how to set the resolution, video/audio codec or other parameters when converting any movies to Galaxy Tab S8/S7. It’s all set up automatically.
Step 1. Add Videos
On the toolbar of Acrok Video Converter Ultimate, click the “Add File” button to add the H.265 video that you want to convert to Galaxy Tab S8/S7. As batch conversion is supported, you can add a whole folder or multiple H.265 (MKV, MP4, MOV) files for conversion.
If you want to rip Blu-ray and DVD disc for playing on Galaxy Tab S8/S7. Please insert your disc into your BD drive, then click “Load disc” icon to load your Blu-ray or DVD movies.
Step 2. Select Galaxy Tab S8/S7 Supported Format
After the H.265, Blu-ray or DVD video imported, click the “Format” list at the bottom of the main interface. Then you will see many formats listed for you to choose. Just locate on “Common Video” then choose ” H.264 Video(*.mp4)” for converting movies to.
Step 3. Start Video Conversion
Click the “Convert” button directly to change the format of the original Blu-ray, DVD or H.265 video. When it is over, you can find the video that optimized for your Galaxy Tab S8/S7 from the folder you have set up.
Step 4. Transfer Video to Your Galaxy Tab S8/S7
Now it’s time to transfer the converted video to your Galaxy Tab S8/S7. For Windows users, connect your Galaxy Tab S8/S7 to your PC with USB cable, you can transfer the converted movies to your Galaxy Tab S8/S7 directly. If you are Mac user, please try Android File Transfer to copy the converted movies to Galaxy Tab S8/S7 (Plus, Ultra).
Tip: No matter you are using Windows or Mac computer, Android File Transfer may be the most convenient choice for transfer video from computer to Android devices. It allows you to take music, song and movies from Mac to Android tablet and smartphone instantly. You can finally enjoy the converted Blu-ray, DVD and H.265 movies on Galaxy Tab S8/S7 (Plus, Ultra). How to use Android File Transfer
- Download the app.
- Open AndroidFileTransfer.dmg.
- Drag Android File Transfer to Applications.
- Use the USB cable that came with your Android device and connect it to your Mac.
- Double click Android File Transfer.
- Browse the files and folders on your Android device and copy files.
That’s it. With the method introduced above, you can convert Blu-ray, DVD and H.265 to Galaxy Tab S8/S7 (Plus, Ultra) easily. What’s more, Acrok Video Converter Ultimate can edit your video before conversion, and enhance video quality. With more than 300 kinds of formats supporting, it’s more than just an Galaxy Tab S8/S7 Video Converter. It’s a one-stop media converter that meets almost all your needs for video conversion aspects in your daily life.
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