NOOK HD is the lightest 7 inch tablet on present market, which weights to merely 11.1 ounces (315g) that is quite light for users to take. NOOK HD features a 7 inch display with 1440*900 high-resolution IPS LCD display, running Android 4.0 Os. It’s battery support video playback for 9 hours that is quite enough for users to watch several movies outside. It has built in a 1300 MHz, ARM Cortex-A9 dual-core processor, which ensure the play influence.
As Nook HD has no hard drive, DVD collectors will find it hard to play DVD on Nook HD for playback. In this post, we will share you a DVD to Nook HD converter, which enables to remove DVD copy-right protection and convert DVD to Nook HD with ease.
How to convert DVD to Nook HD?
Step1. Load DVD
Launch DVD to Nook HD Converter, click “Load DVD” button to import DVD content to the program. You are allowed to add DVD discs, DVD folder and DVD ISO files to the program for conversion. If you want to preview your imported files, just double click the file name for a preview.
Step2. Set output format
Go to the drop-down box of “Profile”, as Nook Color supports MP4 video format, then just choose MP4 in “Common Video” column.
Edit function is provided for bettering the video effect. Click “Edit” button to enter “Edit” Panel, in which you can trim the video length, crop the video size, adjust video effect and add watermark to the video.
Click “Settings” button located beside Profile to do some exact settings for video parameters, such as setting the video size as “1440*900” pixel, video and audio codec, bit rate, frame rate, etc.
Step5. Convert DVD to Nook HD
Revisit the home interface and click “Convert” to start to convert DVD to Nook HD. After conversion, click “Open” to get the converted files and transfer to Nook HD with USB cable.