Watching MP4 Videos on Android Phone

miro video converter 300x216 Watching MP4 Videos on Android PhoneMP4 (stands for MPEG-4) is one of the most commonly used video formats of the present time. It can contain a wide range of multimedia such as videos, images, audios, bookmarks and so on. Nowadays, almost all smartphones and portable multimedia players are capable of playing MP4 videos.

If you have an Android powered smartphone and you are looking forward to watch your favorite movie on your phone, you won’t be able to play the movie file on your phone simply by copying on the memory card of your phone and playing it even if it is in MP4 format. The reason behind it is that the resolution of the original movie files are big and hence it won’t play the movie file.

To play high resolution videos on your phone, you need to convert the videos according to the resolution of the display.  This can be done by using a video converterapplciation such as Videora and Miro Video Converter.

Videora
Videora is a simple and easy to use video converter application for your Android phone.  After you have downloaded it, you can install and run it. Navigate to the Convert screen and browse to the file you want to convert. Also choose the target location (place where you want to save the recorded video) and choose the video settings and start converting. Once done, you will be able to enjoy MP4 videos on your Android phone.

Miro Video Converter
The interface of the Miro Video Converter is simpler as compared to Videora. It’s a free app that gives you and drag-n-drop capability for converting videos. You can then Pick a Device or Video format as per your requirement and begin converting. The converted MP4 videos can be viewed in any smartphone or multimedia player that supports MP4 playback.

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