Nexus 10: Best Platform for The Equalizer DVD Entertainment with a retina-besting 2560×1600 resolution

John Salley

Dec 03, 2014 01:00 pm / Posted by John Salley

This guide is about how to watch The Equalizer DVD movies on Nexus 10 by ripping DVD to Nexus 10 compatible format. The whole guide can compress to only 3 steps if you’re not so addict to the parameters of the output video. But I will show you some advanced settings while the steps going.

Watch The Equalizer DVD Movie on Nexus 10

Nexus 10: The red-hot Nexus 10 has a retina-besting 2560×1600 resolution display which provides us with extraordinary entertaining experience while watching videos on it. But the storage is limited, please don’t transfer too much HD movie into it.

Nexus 10 supports those video format: 1080P MP4/H.264/DivX/WM

Computer: Make sure you have the enough free storage in your hard drive.

DVD movie source: This guide is useless without your lovely DVD movie source. For example, The Equalizer is a 2014 American action thriller film released in America on September 26, 2014. It is an adaptation of the ’80s TV series of the same name. The Equalizer DVD is scheduled to be released on December 30, several days later after Christmas day. If you’re an action thriller movie fan, The Equalizer is the one for you and The Equalizer DVD is worthy of owning.

DVD Ripper: The fact of unable to play DVD on Nexus 10 is certain to make all DVD lovers frustrated deeply. On one hand, as a tablet missing of DVD-ROM in design, Nexus 10 fails to get direct access to DVD discs; on the other hand, there exist no powerful enough apps to support us to watch DVD movies on Nexus 10 directly. In the face of roaring demands to view The Equalizer DVD on Nexus 10, a DVD to Nexus 10 Ripper necessity to solve DVD playback issue on Nexus 10. And here Pavtube DVDAid is highly recommended.

Ok, if you have all the preparations, let’s get the final guide start.

How to Convert The Equalizer DVD movies to Nexus 10 tablet

Step 1: Download and install Pavtube DVDAid(Mac version: DVDAid for Mac) on your computer. Run this perfect DVD Ripper for Nexus 10 and then load your The Equalizer DVD movie files into the program through “DVD disc” icon, “DVD Folder” icon or “IFO/ISO” icon.

DVD to Nexus 10 Ripper

This top DVD to Nexus 10 Ripper is exactly the perfect bridge between your The Equalizer DVD and Nexus 10. This program enables you to rip The Equalizer DVD to Nexus 10 accepted format on PC with No.1 fast ripping speed. The output quality of the target video can be kept the same as original DVD videos on Nexus 10.

Tip: Before start the conversion, you can select wanted audio track and subtitles language from “Subtitles” and “Audio” option. Interested, you can check “Forced subtitles” to convert DVD to Fire HD 6 for playing with forced subtitles only.

Step 2: Choose the output format. Click “Android -> Google Nexus 10 H.264 Video(*.mp4)” as the output format. The output video could fit on Google Nexus 10 perfectly and supports full screen playback.

Nexus 10 video format

Tip: If you wanna get a small output size, you’d better modify the video size as 1280*720, bitrate as 1000~ 2000kbps in the Profile Settings interface is just OK.

Nexus 10 video settings

Step 4: Click the “Convert” button to start the The Equalizer DVD to Nexus 10 conversion.

Step 5: Connect your Nexus 10 to your computer and copy the file to Videos applicable content folder on your Nexus 10 via USB.

Once completed, just open the build-in video player app on your Nexus 10, and tap the The Equalizer DVD movie for amazing enjoyment wherever you go. Blu-rayflash video as well as iTunes movies can be also loaded on to Nexus 10 for playing.

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