The Google Nexus 7 tablet boasts Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which features an expanded notification system, additional language support, better touch features, an improved user interface, support for more multimedia file formats and the ability to share more files directly via Bluetooth. It also carries a front-facing camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC (near-field communication). If used for video playback, it would have a 9-hour maximum battery life and 300 hours on standby.
As the Nexus 7's video playback feature is so powerful, it's great for you to enjoy movies on Nexus 7 when you travel or commute. This article is mainly talking about how to watch iTunes M4V movies on Nexus 7, as we know, iTunes movies are different from common movie files, they are protected by DRM. After purchased, it only allows users to transfer them to Apple devices. If you want to get the full rights to dominate the purchased iTunes movies, please read this article carefully, it will give you the full information you need.
First of all, you need an all-in-one DRM remover and converter, Pavtube ChewTune is a suitable one. It could help you to remove DRM protection from iTunes movies, meanwhile, allows you to convert the movie to any video formats you like. Apart from this, it also can deal with other digital copy files, like movies purchased from other online stores, Blu-ray/DVD digital copies etc. Now, just follow the guide to play iTunes movies on Nexus 7.
Step 1. Launch iTunes, set it not remember the playback position. Here is how to do, switch to "Movies" under "LIBRARY". Select the movie you want to convert, right click and select "Get Info". In the "Multiple Item Information" window, switch to "Options" tab, find "Remember position" and select "No" from its drop-down list. Click "OK".
1. This Pavtube iTunes to Nexus 7 converter allows you to do some editing on your iTunes movie, like crop, trim, split, combine, replace audio, add watermark, adjust original video volume etc. Just according to your need do it or not.
2. After choosed output format, click "Settings" you will see the full information of this profile, you can adjust some of them by yourself to get the video quality you want.