Some Questions From Kindle Fire HD 7/8.9 Tablet Users:
Question 1: “Hello, I recently ripped two Blu-ray movie(Amazing Spider-Man and Avengers) so I could view on my Kindle fire HD 7 during the long journey so that I can watch them in the airport waiting on my flight, but I cannot view it, saying “cannot play the video”. What’s the matter? Can anyone help?”
Question 2: “Like many I got Kindle Fire HD tablet for Christmas and thought it would be great if I could copy some of my Blu-rays to the device so that I could watch on the train. I have tried to rip a film from a Blu-ray using Xilisoft and then convert it to play on the Kindle Fire HD by converting it using Format Factory. However, in the FF output file all I have are a collection of individual files rather than one large file in the correct format for the Kindle Fire HD 7.0. How can I watch Blu-ray movies on the Kindle Fire HD tablet?”
Question 3: “I have a new Kindle Fire HD 8.9. Which product already included this profile and I can easily rip blue ray discs and convert to a format I can watch on my Kindle? I will be using a PC to do the ripping.”
Question 4: “Hi, I recently purchased a Kindle Fire HD 7.0 and wanna copy my favorite bluray film to Kindle fire HD. It didn’t work. What do I need to do? convert it to Kindle compatible format? Help me.
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Best Solution: Few things need to be confirmed first:
1. This MP4 video is playable on computer;
2. The SD card is under good condition and can be used without problem;
3. The video is under 4 GB size limit because of FAT32.
Mostly all the USB Flash/Thumb drives use the FAT32 format, then each transferred video size needs to obey this FAT32 limitation. The maximum possible size for a file transferred to USB card on a FAT32 volume is 4 GB. Make sure the single file you wanna transferred does not pass this 4GB size. While if your videos have overpassed this size limit, don’t worry, Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper can help split large files into multiple chunks under 4GB. It is current the best Blu-ray to Kindle Fire HD Converter that can help you to convert all commercial Blu-Ray/DVD movies to Kindle Fire HD support MP4 format without losing quality and A/V out of sync, you can also backup Blu-ray, DVD movies to your hard drive with the original structures of your Blu-rays or DVDs. When converting Blu-ray to H.264 MP4 video, it uses GPU acceleration to improve conversion speed by 3-5 times faster. Besides, the latest version of Blu-ray Ripper can also burn Blu-ray and DVD movies to blank DVD.
- Part One: How to convert Blu-ray movies to Kindle Fire HD 7/8.9 support format?
- Part Two: How to transfer or sync video files to Kindle Fire HD 7/8.9?
Fire, you need to free download and install Blu-ray Ripper for Kindle Fire HD (Windows or Mac):
Step 1. Run the best Blu-ray Ripper for Kindle Fire HD, insert the Blu-ray disc to your BD drive, and then click the “Blu-ray disc” icon to navigate to the videos you want to convert. You can also add DVD disc, ISO file, IFO file or DVD folder.
Note: An external Blu-ray drive is required for ripping Blu-ray disc.
Step 2. Select the main movie.
Step 3. Select subtitles and audio track – Click on the dropdown list of “Subtitles” to select your needed subtitles (You can skip this step).
Step 4. Choose the output format for playback on your Kindle Fire HD. You can get optimized videos for Kindle Fire HD under “Format > Android > Amazon Kindle Fire HD H.264(*.mp4)”. The output videos could fit on your device perfectly.
Tip 1: If you like, You can also click “Settings” to change the video encoder, frame rate, resolution, etc. Remember the file size and video quality is based more on bitrate than resolution which means itrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss. According to my experience, for watching videos on the Kindle Fire HD 7-inch, 1280×720 / 1280×800 (Full Screen) with 1500~2000kbps is just all right and 1920×1080p with 2500~3000kbps for Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch screen.
Tip 2: Save your preference for future use
One thing good in Pavtube is that you can create new preset for use. For instance, I’ve decided the best settings work for converting videos to play on the 10.1-inch Kindle Fire HD, and wanna save it for future use, now all I need is save it as a custom preset. This is easy. Just proceed as follows.
1. In the settings window, press “Save As” button.
2. Give the custom preset a name, say “Kindle Fire HD Video 1920 x 1080 (*.mp4)”.
3. Click “OK”.
The next time you open up the Blu-ray ripper for converting movies to Kindle Fire HD, just press on “Format” bar and find the new preset under “Custom” group.
Tip 3: Before the conversion, you can click “Edit” button to edit your videos by cropping, trimming, adding watermarks, etc. What’s more, you can choose the subtitles and audio track for the target video on the main interface.
Step 5. When everything is OK, just press the “Convert” button to start the conversion from Blu-ray to Kindle Fire HD MP4 videos. It will not take much time. Just wait for the conversion process to get done.
When conversion completes, click the “Open” button to find the converted MP4 video files and then you can transfer movies to Kindle Fire HD 7/8.9 without limitations, and bring your favorite Blu-ray movies when traveling.
Question: “I was wondering how to transfer my video files to view on a Kindle Fire HD 7″ screen? As much as details are appreciated. Please advise, thanks.”
Best Solution: Kindle Fire HD supports multiple file types that are free of digital rights management software. These types of files may be transferred to your Kindle Fire HD via USB:
- Video: MP4, 3GP, VP8 (video playback at 720p)
- Audio supported within Music: Dolby Digital (AC-3), Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC-3), MP3, Non-DRM AAC (.m4a), MIDI, OGG, WAV, OGG, WAV, MP4, AAC LC/LTP, HE-AACv1, HE-AACv2, AMR-NB, AMR-WB
- Images: JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP
- Documents: AZW, TXT,PDF, MOBI, PRC, DOC, DOCX
Several methods I know and these are all I find:
- 1. You can transfer content files from a Windows or Mac computer to your Kindle Fire HD device, using the USB cable that came with your Kindle.
- 2. You can Download Content from the Cloud – using Wireless cloud service.
- 3. You can manage and sync your iTunes music, photos and videos with DoubleTwist software.
You can transfer a variety of content from a Windows or Mac computer to your Kindle Fire HD through a micro-USB connector, including music, videos, photos, and documents. Here’s a short guide for copying files from PC/Mac to Kindle Fire HD.
1. Connect your Kindle Fire HD to your computer with a micro-USB cable (sold separately).
2. Slide the arrow from right to left to unlock your Kindle.
3. Open the Kindle Fire HD drive on your computer. Your Kindle Fire HD will appear as an external storage drive or volume on the computer’s desktop.
4. Drag and drop your content into the applicable content folder, such as Music, Video or Pictures.
5. When you are done transferring files, press the Disconnect button at the bottom of the Kindle Fire HD screen and eject it from your computer, then unplug the USB cable.
Detailed instruction plz refer to How to Transfer/Sync Music, Video and Movie to Kindle Fire HD?
1. MKV, AVI, WMV videos are not accepted formats. In order to put MKV/AVI/WMV/VOB/MPEG/TiVo onto Kindle Fire HD for playing back, you have to convert them to Kindle Fire HD optimized.mp4 videos in the first place, Pavtube Video Converter for Kindle can help you, iTunes/Digital Copy movies can’t be played on the Kindle Fire HD tablets because they are protected contents. Here are some easy-to-use tutorial:
- How to transfer iTunes movies, music to Kindle Fire HD with any limitations?
- How to download Digital Copy movies on Kindle Fire HD
- How to rip and copy DVD Movies on Kindle Fire HD without any restrictions?
2. Kindle Fire HD is not usable as a device while connected to your computer as a storage drive or volume.
3. Personal content transferred to your Kindle Fire HD is only stored on your device and not archived in the cloud.
Not an Kindle Fire HD user? Blu-ray Movie Converter also supports “common” video formats like MOV, M4V, and MP4, so you should be able to create files compatible with your iPad Mini, iPad 3, iPhone 5, Microsoft Surface, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, Nexus 10, Nexus 7, Galaxy Tab 2, Nook HD tablet, Asus Transformer Prime and other devices.
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