Rip upcoming Blu-ray movies to Kindle Fire HDX with Efficient Blu-ray Ripper

Kindle Fire HDX has equipped with a high resolution display (1920×1200) and high pixel density (323 ppi) for an incredible multimedia experience. The display features over 2 million pixels for vivid, lifelike images that go beyond standard HD. Owing a Kindle Fire HDX 7 or 8.9, you can watch movies anytime anywhere without considering daylight. This touch-screen tablet supports PDF, TEX, DOC, PNG, etc, but only two video formats: MP4 and VP8.

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Make upcoming Blu-ray Movies Playable on Kindle Fire HDX

If you want to watch upcoming Blu-ray Guardians of the Galaxy and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on Kindle Fire HDX to avoid boredom on the way home from work or on the go, you’ll need to convert Blu-ray to Kindle Tablet supported H.264 or MPEG4 first. Here I would throw a quick tutorial up.

Recommended Software to Enjoy Blu-ray Movies and Videos on Kindle Fire HDX Limitlessly

You have to choose a tool to convert Blu-ray movie. There are many Blu-ray rippers on the market. I would recommend two converters to you. One is the popular HandBrake. This free software can rip Blu-ray to MP4 but its Blu-ray ripping ability is poor. The biggest disadvantage is that it cannot rip latest Blu-ray movie and still doesn’t provide Kindle Fire HDX profile.

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Another choice will be Pavtube BDMagic.

Overall, this the best Kindle Fire HDX Blu-ray Ripper, not only because it supports quickly converting Blu-ray, DVD videos and ISO/IFO files to Kindle Fire HDX supported format  effortlessly with intact quality, but also because it provides the best preset profiles for all generations of Amazon tablet, be it Amazon Kindle Fire HD or Fire HD 6 and 7/8.9 inch versions of Kindle Fire HDX. That means you can get whatever Blu-ray (including latest, memorable or upcoming Blu-ray) playable on Kindle Fire HDX without adjusting the parameter settings. If you are a Mac user, you can use its equivalent Mac version – Pavtube BDMagic for Mac. Doubtful? You will not if you check this tip out:

Guide to Rip Guardians of the Galaxy and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Blu-ray to Best Format for Kindle Fire HDX

FYI:

Note: BD drive is required for ripping Blu-ray disc.

Step 1. Import Blu-ray disc.

Click “Load files” to choose import Guardians of the Galaxy and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Blu-ray from BD drive. It will detect and check the main title automatically; so keep it as default unless you want to include tidbits.

Blu-ray to Kindle Ripper

Step 2. Chose “Amazon Kindle Fire HD(*.mp4)” as target format.

Click the drop-down list besides Format, you can find many presets for different devices, editing programs and media player. Let’s choose “Android” in left area and select “Amazon Kindle Fire HD(*.mp4)” as target video format for playing on Kindle Fire HDX.

Kindle Fire HDX Video Format

Step 3. Customize video specs. (Optional)

Pavtube Blu-ray to Kindle Fire HDX Ripper also offers a editor window to let you free set eo specs; click “Settings” to customize output file size, bitrate, frame rate and sample rate. Here you can set video size to “1920*1200″ for playing Blu-ray on Kindle Fire HDX with full screen. Or set to “1920*1080″ for enjoying with HD quality.

Step 4. Start Conversion.

Click the “Convert” button to start converting Guardians of the Galaxy and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Blu-ray to MP4. Wait for moments, then click “Open output folder” to locate the converted file quickly.

Once the conversion is done, mount your Kindle Fire HDX on to your computer via USB to copy converted file into your tablet. Now start watching can watch Guardians of the Galaxy and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on Kindle Fire HDX 7/ 8.9 smoothly on the way home from work or on the go.

Also learn how to enjoy upcoming DVD, YouTube video and iTune movie which you are fond of on your Kindle Tablet.

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