Chengdu, China (PressExposure) August 05, 2013 -- As the floodgate for the new Nexus 7 has been opened in the United States, Digiarty Software, a company specializing in DVD backup and video conversion solutions, announced the news that the profiles specific to Google's New Nexus 7 have been added in its major products, in response to the highest resolution (1920x1200) of the new Android table model, after the slate is in abundant and extensive supply later on.
Since it is the first time that a tablet applies a 1920x1200 resolution and a pixel density of 323 pixels per inch, all the existing profiles built in the related Digiarty software are unfit for it. Therefore, Digarty was grappling with the profiles adaptive to playing movies and videos more conveniently on the high-resolution display of the second-gen Nexus 7. The programs developed by Digiarty listed below are now being well-matched peripheral products for the high-resolution tablet running Android 4.3:
- WinX DVD Ripper Platinum and WinX DVD Ripper for Mac: Designed to rip the content of DVD on PC and Mac for personal DVD backup, movie storage, DVD to video conversion and on-the-go playback, having hundreds of profiles to support rip DVD to AVI, MP4, MPEG, WMV, M4V, H.264, MOV, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Kindle Fire, Google Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy Note, Galaxy S4, HTC New One, Xbox One, WP8, etc, being the fastest DVD conversion utilities for New Nexus 7;
- WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe: The recently updated all-in-one and feature-rich video conversion/editing and YouTube downloading software running on Windows with nearly 400 A/V codecs and 280+ preset profiles, good at converting one video to another for video storage and playback on portable devices from Blu-ray videos and HDTV and HD-camcorders videos and other incompatible videos, having extra functions like video trimming, cropping and subtitling for Google's third tablet:
- WinX Mobile Video Converter: Especially for converting various HD and SD videos for Android and iOS devices, in brief, converting videos to devices.