Motorola Droid/Xoom Video Converter for Mac/Windows
Featured with a resolution of 1280x1280, 10.1-inch display and equipped with advanced Android 3.0 operating system, videos, including HD videos can be played perfectly on Motorola Xoom. But one problem here is that not all video files can be recognized by the device. Then, what video/audio formats can Motorola Xoom play?
Motorola Xoom compatible formats: AAC, H.263, H.264, MP3, MPEG-4, ACC+ Enhanced, OGG, MIDI, AMR NB, AAC+, etc.
If your videos are in other formats like AVI, FLV, WMV, MKV and more, you should choose a video conversion tool to convert those videos to Xoom friendly formats: H.264 and MPEG-4. iPubsoft Video Converter for Mac is your best choice which can let you convert videos to Motorola Droid/Xoom on Mac OS X with no quality loss and superb fast conversion speed. Follow the guide below to learn how to copy videos to Motorola Xoom and Motorola Droid.
Note: If you are a Windows user, you can use iPubsoft Video Converter.
Full Guide to Convert Videos to Motorola Droid/Xoom
1 Add Video files to the Mac program
Download and install the Motorola Droid/Xoom video converter for Mac. Launch it and you'll get a clear program interface like below. Just click the Add File(s) button from the menu to browse and import the video files that you want to convert from local.
2 Set Xoom/Droid compatible format as the output
To enjoy videos on Motorola Xoom or Droid, you should set the output format as MP4. To do this, you can click the button of Settings to bring out the video settings window and set the proper video format for Sony Ericsson. After that, you are allowed to select an output location for saving the converted videos by clicking the "Browse" button.
3 Begin to convert videos to Motorola Droid/Xoom
After all the above settings have been done, you can start the videos to Xoom conversion by only clicking "Start" button on the bottom right corner of the interface.
When the conversion finishes, you can transfer the converted videos from the output folder to Motorola Xoom/Droid for enjoyment on the go.