Are there any difference between HDcam recordings and other videos? Well, yes. The HD camcorder recordings highly-compressed H.264 or AVCHD footage that comes in 1280×720 or 1920×1080 – unlike common AVI and MP4 video, the HD cam recordings may ends up as MTS, MOV, TOD, DV and M2TS files- all of which are not playable on Nexus 7. You need to convert them to MP4 before you can transfer the HDcam recordings to the Google Nexus tablet. Here you go.
1. Copy/Backup HD cam footage from camera/camcorder to PC hard drive. Use the USB cable that comes with the cam to connect to PC when copying HD contents.
2. Check if the videos are supported by Nexus 7. Here’re Nexus 7 supported file types for your reference:
Music Formats: AAC, FLAC, MP3, MIDI, PCM, WAV, Vorbis, ARM-WB, ARM-NB
Video Formats: H.263, H.264 AVC, MPEG-4, VP8 (MP4, AVI, MOV, WMV, DivX AVI)
3. When/If your HD cam footage comes in unsupported format, convert the videos to Nexus 7 supported H.264 .mp4 following the guide below. Otherwise just transfer HDcam recordings to Nexus 7.
How to convert MTS, M2TS, MOV, TOD, MOD, DV, MKV to Nexus 7 playable video
1. Load HD cam recordings to the Video to Nexus 7 Converter.
2. Select Nexus 7 as output format. Click on the “Format” bar and there are various output formats for you to choose “Android”-> “Google Nexus 7 MPEG-4 (*.mp4) format.
3. Click “Convert” button to start converting HD cam recordings to customized Nexus 7 video.
That’s all. Really simple, hope it could help you!