The Windows version of Video Converter App has been updated, with the YouTube downloading error fixed and new profiles for iPhone 5/4S, iPad 4/3, iPad mini, HTML5 Web Video, Samsung Galaxy, Android Generic, etc. added. To upgrade to the latest version (2.8.2) of Video Converter App for Windows, please uninstall the old version from your computer and then download and install the new version (download link).
In this post, I’d like to focus on the Android Generic profile. The generic means that you can select this profile to convert video files to fit any Android phone or tablet model, like Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy SIII, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Google Nexus 7, Kindle Fire, HTC Droid, HTC One, Sony Xperia, etc.
Now let me walk you through the steps to convert video files to Android generic format for playing on Android phones and tablets.
How to Convert Video to Android Generic Format?
1. Download and install Video Converter App for Windows to your PC.
2. Lanuch Video Converter App. Click the Add Video button in the interface of the program to import video files from your computer.
3. Choose Android Generic H.264 Video as the output format.
4. Click the Start Encode button to start to convert video files to Android video format.