The Galaxy Note 3 sports a 5.7-inch, full high-definition screen, a slight boost from the Note 2’s 5.5-inch display. But despite the bigger screen, the Note 3 is thinner and lighter, measuring 8.3mm and weighing just 168g. It’s easy to hold in one hand.
Note 3 is really great for users who just want a product between tablet and smartphone. Moreover, the amazing display really wonderful for us to enjoy videos. However, more and more users find Galaxy Note 3 isn’t friendly with the most common and popular MKV videos. Why? First of all, let’s learn about what’s MKV.
MKV (Matroska Video) is a file format for online video distribution. It is an open and free container format which can hold an unlimited number of video, audio, picture or subtitle tracks inside a single file. Matroska file types are .MKV for video (with subtitles and audio), .MKA for audio-only files and .MKS for subtitles only. The most common use of .MKV files is to store HD video files.
Due to its complexity, few media players can handle it well. Or only can play some of the MKV videos, but not all. In order to make unplayable MKV videos viewable on Galaxy Note 3, you’d better transcode MKV to Note 3 compatibled MP4 format. Then, you won’t have any playback issues.
What do you need:
The app deals all kinds of HD 1080p and 720p MKV videos. No matter how you get the 1080p HD MKV videos, whether from MKV Bit torrent download site, or rip from Blu-ray discs or others, you can convert HD MKV to Galaxy Note 3 compatible videos with minimal loss of video quality.
How to convert MKV to Galaxy Note 3:
Step 1. Load your source 1080p 720p MKV videos into the Galaxy note 3 video converter.
Step 2. Choose output format. Click on “Format” bar. In “Android” category, there are many common profiles for android tablets.
Note: Just according to your need to choose the 720p video or 1080p video profile as output.
Step 3. Click on “Convert” button to start converting MKV to mp4 for Galaxy Note 3.
As you see, just 3 steps you have done the process of MKV to Galaxy Note 3 conversion. Really simple and based on its built-in CUDA and ATI stream Acceleration Technology, after a short time, you will get the converted mp4 file. Then, transfer it to Galaxy Note 3. Now, you are ready to play MKV videos on Note 3.
By the way, if you aren’t satisfactory with the video quality, you can click on “Settings” to custom the video quality by yourself.