New DVD Releases in November 2015: Interstellar, Non Stop, Taken, Taken 2, next – 007 x4, and more. More detail DVD films in 2015, 11, you can read here. When you have a large of DVD movies, maybe you want to transfer them to Nexus Player to watch on home Samsung TV for convenience or other usages. Then how to realize it well? Continue reading to get the solution.
In order to transfer DVD to Nexus Player to Watch on Samsung TV, you only need to convert DVD movies to Nexus Player supported digital videos and then transfer them to your Samsung TV for playback. So we recommend you to use Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate. It can rip DVD movies to Nexus Player and Samsung TV supported .mp4 videos on Windows. What’s more, this excellent video converter is capable of accelerating the video encoding and decoding speed with the advanced NVIDIA CUDA technology and AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing (APP). Just save your precious time and energy for most important and amusing things in life.
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Steps – Transfer DVD to Nexus Player to Watch on Samsung TV
Step 1. Click “Add video” button to choose video files from your hard drive for converting. Or directly drag the movies you want to convert to the left item bar.
Step 2. Set right output format. Click “Format” bar, and select .mp4 from “Common video” or “HD video” to suit Nexus Player and Samsung TV.
Step 3. Click the “Start conversion” button on the main interface and the software will start to convert DVD to Nexus Player and Samsung TV friendly video formats immediately. When the conversion finishes, click “Open” to find the converted video files. Then you can effortless transfer the video files to Nexus Player and then watch the videos on Samsung TV freely.