Samsung Galaxy Nexus came with Android 4.0 and the 4.65-inch screen-with the resolution of 1280×720, this is the highest resolution we`ve ever seen on a Super AMOLED Plus screen. It also shoots 1080p video, just like the iPhone 4S and Galaxy S2, and has a 5-megapixel rear camera with an LED flash. The front-facing snapper is a 1.3-megapixel unit. There's also a panorama mode plus, according to Samsung, no shutter lag.
If you want to play the Galaxy Nexus 1080P video on your PC, you can convert the 720P video to common video like MOV, WMV, DV, MPG, AVI, MP4 etc for importing to Mac device or software with Galaxy Nexus 720P video converter for Mac. But if you want to play MTS video from Camcorder on Galaxy Nexus, what will you do?
In fact, Galaxy Nexus supported files formats as below:
Video: 1080p@ 30fps play back, MPEG4, H.263, H.264
So if you want to import MTS files to Samsung Galaxy Nexus for playback, you will need to convert the MTS files to MPEG4, H.263, H.264 first.
MTS to Samsung Galaxy Nexus Converter Mac is a wonderful video programs which can make all MTS files playable on the Galaxy Nexus by converting MTS to MPEG4, H.263, H.264. Surely, it also can help you extract audio from MTS files and save as MP3, AAC etc for importing to Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Mac OS X(10.5-10.7 Lion)
PS: If you are running Windows OS, please refer to MTS to Galaxy Nexus Converter.
Step 1: Free download and install the MTS to Galaxy Nexus Converter Mac on PC
The MTS to Galaxy Nexus Converter Mac is capable of converting almost any video file format to Galaxy Nexus MP4. Plus, in order to export the optimal video quality, it provides advanced parameter settings for the devices. More than that, it can also serve as Galaxy Nexus Video editor, which allows you to customize the imported videos as well.
Step 2:Then click "Add File" to load the MTS file to the program.
Step 3: Select the H.264 video format under the "Profile" menu as output file format
Step 4: Hit Convert button to begin the conversion
Step 5: After the conversion is done, Connect Galaxy Nexus to MacBook via USB cable, directly transfer the generated MTS file to Galaxy Nexus. And have fun with it.