“Hey guys, I recently got the new HTC One, really the best New Mobile Handset. What a pity. The phone can’t open some of my favorite videos that are in .avi format. Is there any way to convert AVI to MP4 for playback on HTC One?”

The new HTC One, as well as other HTC phones, only supports playback of MP4, 3GP, 3G2 and WMV video files. If you want to play popular videos on HTC One, you will need to convert video to HTC MP4 first. Jihosoft HTC Video Converter is a handy utility to help you do such conversion job. With it, you will be able to play videos in regular video formats like AVI, FLV, MOV, MKV, VOB, RMVB, etc. on HTC One and other popular HTC phones.

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Step-by-step guide on how to convert video to HTC MP4 format:

Step 1: Import Source Video Files
Download and install the free trial version of Video to HTC Phones Converter into your computer. Run it, and click the “Import” button to import source video files to the program.

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Tip: Jihosoft HTC Video Converter supports batch conversion, thus you can add multiple video files to the program for processing at a time.

Step 2: Specify Output Format and Folder
Select MP4 as the output format from the drop-down menu of “Profile” and enter into the Setting window to adjust the video resolution, frame rate, bit rate, etc. Then specify the output path for the converted MP4 videos.

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Step 3: Start Converting Video to HTC MP4
Finally, click the “Start” button, the program will work immediately to convert AVI or FLV to HTC MP4. A progress bar will appear to show the conversion process.

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Step 4: Import Video to HTC for Playback
After conversion, you can connect your HTC phone to PC via USB cable, and transfer the converted MP4 video to your HTC phone for playback.

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In addition to converting video to HTC phones, the output video files will be playable on many other popular Android phones, such as, Samsung Galaxy S3/S4, Galaxy Note 2, Motorola Droid RAZR, LG Optimus G, Huawei Ascend, and more.