How to convert MKV to Samsung Galaxy S on Mac

Based on Android OS, Samsung Galaxy S enriches users’ life by providing them with experiences of verisimilitude, intelligence and integration. Nonetheless, most popular video formats such as MKV cannot be transferred to Samsung Galaxy S directly, especially on Mac OS. As a result, if it is not able to convert videos to Samsung galaxy on Mac, it will weaken the visual enjoyment. From this point of view, a Samsung Galaxy S video converter for Mac is in urgent need here, in particular, it should be the best Mac Samsung Galaxy S video converter as well as the best droid x video converter. Leawo Video Converter for Mac is the first-class Samsung Galaxy S video converter for Mac which can convert videos among all popular formats on Mac OS. The following guide would show you how to convert MKV to Samsung Galaxy S on Mac with this versatile Mac Samsung Galaxy S video converter.

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Import source MKV videos

Click "Add" icon to import the MKV videos you want to convert to the program.

Choose output Profile

Click the icon before 3D button to select the output formats for Galaxy S from the Profile box (Windows users click the Profile box to go into the Profile panel).

Output profile parameters including video codec, audio codec, bit rate, aspect ratio, etc. could be changed by clicking "+" button in Profile panel (Click settings button next to the Profile box on Windows version of MKV to Galaxy S converter)

Edit MKV video

Click "Edit" button to customize the MKV videos: trim video length, crop video size, adjust video effect, add watermark, etc.

Convert MKV video to Galaxy S video

Start to convert MKV video to Galaxy S video by the "Convert" button. With the conversion finished, you can freely transfer MKV video to Galaxy S and watch MKV video on Galaxy S.

If you want to rip Blu-ray/DVD to Galaxy S to watch Blu-ray/DVD on Galaxy S on Mac, please use Blu-ray Ripper for Mac.

Extended Knowledge

The Samsung Galaxy S is an Android smartphone that was announced by Samsung in March 2010. It features a 1 GHz ARM "Hummingbird" processor , 8–16 GB internal Flash memory, a 4-inch 480×800 pixel Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display, Wi-Fi connectivity, a 5-megapixel camera with a maximum resolution of 2560x1920 and, on select models, a front-facing 0.3MP VGA camera (640x480). The base version of the phone, the GT-I9000, was quickly followed by variant models for the US carriers such as the Epic 4G, Vibrant, Captivate, Fascinate, and Mesmerize.

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