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Play Any Video on Samsung Note 8 without Formats Issues

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Why Samsung Blu-ray Player Doesn’t Play MP4 Files? Solved!

The MP4 file format is supposed to be universally compatible across all platforms and operating systems. However, sometimes, you’ll find it a painful experience to play MP4 files on a Samsung Blu-ray Player. Actually, most Samsung Blu-ray players support MP4 format, but as far as we know there are strict limitations on the file codec, container, resolution, frame rate, bit rate and audio codec. MP4 is a container format which contains various kinds of video and audio codecs. Once your MP4 files can’t meet the requirement of Blu-ray player input format, you will get failure while playing MP4 files on Samsung Blu-ray player.

To solve this problem, the best solution is to convert MP4 to Samsung Blu-ray player fully compatible format. The only thing you need is to get a professional assisant, here Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate for Windows/Mac which helps you convert MP4 to Samsung Blu-ray player supported formats so that you can watch your favorite MP4 videos on your home Blu-ray player or TV. To make you understand more, we have listed Samsung Blu-ray player supported video formats as below:

Samsung Blu-ray Player supported digital file types

samsung bd player formats list

From above tablet, we can see that although Samsung Blu-ray player has listed playback support for MP4 files, however, there are strict limitations on the file codec, container, resolution, frame rate, bit rate and audio codec. The files with mp4 file extension should be comply with the following standards:
Container: AVI
Video codec: H.264 High Profile video codec (Preferred choice for Blu-ray disc storage format)
Resolution: 1920 x1080
Frame rate: 30fps
Bit rate: 30Mbps
Audio codec: Dolby Digital LPCM ADPCM (IMA, MS), AAC, WMA, Dolby Digital Plus, MPEG(MP3), DTS (Core)

Play incompatible MP4 files on Samsung Blu-ray player Successfully

To be frank, Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate for Windows/Mac is one thing you couldn’t miss in your life. Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate for Windows/Mac releases you from this head-scratching issue by converting incompatible MP4 files to Samsung Blu-ray player acceptable H.264 Baseline Profile/Main Profile/High Profile video codec, besides that, you can also flexibly adjust other profile setting such as video resolution, frame rate, bit rate and audio codec to the values listed above.

Moreover, the program also grants you to convert other unspported file formats like MOV, AVI, FLV, MKV, Tivo to Samsung Blu-ray player acceptable formats. The ability of this program is not limited to here, its function are beyond your imagination. For Blu-ray/DVD collectors, it would help you baypass copy and region pretection on a commercial Blu-ray disc and digitalize them then you can create BD/DVD movies library without searching desired movie in the BD/DVD discs sea. Furthermore, you are able to convert BD/DVD and other videos to 200+ formats for your massive devices like iPhone, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, PS4, and more. This program also supplies all-round editing functions, like trimming, cropping, adding watermark, inserting subtitles, even creating 3D movies out of 2D source.

How to Convert and Play MP4 Files on Samsung Blu-ray Player?

Step 1: Import MP4 source files to the program. 

Run the program on your computer click “File” > “Add Video/Audio” to load unsupported MP4 files to the program. You also can click "File" > "Load from disc" to load commercial Blu-ray disc with region protection to the application.

load mp4

Step 2: Define output profile format.

Click the “Format” bar, from its drop-down list, select Samsung Blu-ray Player best favorable codec from “Common Video” > “H.264 High Profile Video(*.mp4)” as the output file format.

define output profile h.264 high

Step 3: Customize output profile parameters.

Click “Settings” to open “Profile Parameters” window, you can adjust the output video codec as H.264, size as 1920×1080, frame rate as 30.

adjust settings

Step 4: Edit video

According to your own need, you can click pen icon on the main interface, and enter "Video Editor" window, here are seven edit tabs: Trim, Crop, Text Watermark, Image/Video Watermark, Effect, Audio Editor and Subtitle for you to select. More feature you can check this review.

edit video

Step 5: Convert incompatible MP4 files to Samsung Blu-ray player

Start incompatible MP4 files to Samsung Blu-ray player conversion by clicking the right-bottom convert button. Just wait for a second, you can click the "Open" button of the main interface and that will pop up the folder with converted file.

Then transfer the generated files to your USB drive, plug the USB drive into your Samsung Blu-ray player’s USB port for playing MP4 files on Samsung Blu-ray player.

Tricks for Playing Blu-ray movies on Samsung Galaxy Note 8

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 release date is around the corner, with the launch event scheduled for next week, August 23. It may have the most advance smartphone camera and Samsung’s take on 3D Touch, along with 256GB of storage. It’s possible that the Note 8 will be one of the first smartphones with a pixel-dense 4K screen, with convincing rumors backing up that theory. It’s really hard to see it being any smaller than that, and the latest leaks also point to a 6.3-inch 1440 x 2960 Super AMOLED display, with a super-widescreen 18.5:9 aspect ratio.

If all those are ture, the big splendid 4K screen will play an important role when your phone doubles as a Samsung Gear VR headset screen, furthermore, it will be a wonderful experience to watch Blu-ray movies on it. How to play Blu-ray movies on Galaxy Note 8 which is not equipped with BD drive? The top priority is to rip Blu-ray discs to Galaxy Note 8 viewable format.

For those people who possess a large number of Blu-ray discs may dream to watch Blu-ray movies on Galaxy Note 8, of course, that is amazing. To make this dream to come true, you will need this unique and professional assistant – Pavtube ByteCopy, this is one thing you can’t miss in your life. It could bypass all latest copy and region protection on a commercial Blu-ray/DVD disc. And this program offers you lossless BD/DVD to MKV backup with multiple audio/subtitles tracks. This powerful program with the ability of ripping BD/DVD to MP4 and MOV with multiple audio streams, and converting BD/DVD from hard discs to any popular video and audio format like MP4, MKV, WMV, AVI, MOV, MP3, WAV, AC3 and more so that you can freely watch movies on Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and Apple iOS devices, Android OS devices, Windows RT/Pro devices, HDTV, 3D TVs, PSP, PS4, PS3, VR consoles, WDTV Live, Roku 3, etc.

In recent update, ByteCopy can support ripping Blu-ray/DVD movie to H.265/HEVC MP4 with better video quality compared to H.264 MP4 in same profile presets. H.265/HEVC MP4 format could save more storage space for your Galaxy Note 8 with the same video quality as H.264 MP4 supply for you. Furthermore, this multi-track Blu-ray/DVD converter can be considered as a user-friendly movie editing tool with the professional functions to trim, crop, merge, insert subtitles, export srt/ass/ssa subtitles, add video effects in the BD/DVD movie. More features are waiting for your exploration.

Talking does no good, below we will go with Windows version to show you how to rip BD to Samsung Galaxy Note 8. For Mac users, it also support Mac version – Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac, Mac version has the same opearting procedures. Here is a review for you to know more.

How to Rip Blu-ray to Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 on Windows

Step 1: Load Blu-ray disc into the program.

Download this smart assistant on your PC computer, after installation and open it. Click "File" > "Load from disc" to load commercial Blu-ray/DVD disc with region protection to the application.

load BD/DVD

Step 2: Select Galaxy Note 8 support video format as output file format. 

To play Blu-ray movies on Galaxy Note 8, you’d choose the best video format for Note 8.0. Click "Format" bar, after swimming in its drop-down list, then navigate to "Samsung", you will see a series of formats that Galaxy Note 8 supported. You can choose "Samsung Galaxy Note(*.mp4)". Otherwise, you can select "H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)" from "HD Video".

samsung galaxy note 8 mp4

Tip1: For a higher level movie enjoyment, Pavtube ByteCopy grants you to flexibly tweak video Codec, Size, Bitrate, Frame Rate, Audio Codec, Sample Rate at its "Settings" window. For instance, if you want to convert a large number of Blu-ray discs, you can lower the bitrate to reduce the movie size. Generally, the higher the bitrate is, the bigger file size it will be.

Tip2: As we all know, Blu-ray movie resolution is 1920*1080, one movie could occupy storage space about 25GB or 50GB, to rip more BD movies for Galaxy Note 8, you can downscale 1080p movies to 720*480.

settings

Step 3: Start Blu-ray to Samsung Galaxy Note 8 conversion process.

After you have finished all settings, just click "Convert" button on the main interface, then wait for a second, after conversion you can click "Open" and pop up the folder with converted file.

Then connect your Galaxy Note 8.0 to PC via USB and then transfer BD movies to Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 for enjoying on the move.

Transfer Blu-ray movies to Galaxy Note 8

Click "Open" button on the software UI to find the ripped MP4 video. Connect Galaxy Note 8 to your computer, and transfer converted files to Galaxy Note 8 via USB cable.

Windows Transfer

1. Make sure the screen of your Galaxy Note 8 is unlocked.

2. Connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to your PC with the supplied USB cable. If you’re asked to select a USB connection on your device, choose Media device (MTP).

3. Use the File Transfer window that pops up on your computer to drag and drop files.

Mac Transfer

To realize Mac transfer, you’ll need the help of Android File Transfer.

1. Download and install Android File Transfer on your Mac.

2. Launch Android File Transfer.

3. Make sure the screen of your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is unlocked.

4. Connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to your Mac with the supplied USB cable.

5. If you’re asked to select a USB connection on your Galaxy Note 8, choose Media device (MTP).

6. Use the Android File Transfer window that pops up on your Mac to drag and drop media files.

7. Disconnect your Galaxy Note 8 and Mac when the transfer is over.