Rip DRM-protected movies from Digital Copy to Kindle Fire HD

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Rip DRM-protected movies from Digital Copy to Kindle Fire HD

Postby Violet10 » Fri Nov 09, 2012 7:37 am

Can I play Blu-ray/DVD Digital Copies on Kindle Fire HD Tablet

Summary: Follow this tutorial you will learn an easy way to transfer and play Digital Copy movies on Kindle Fire HD by stripping DRM from Digital Copies with some help from top DRM removal tool.

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The Kindle Fire HD improves on the original in nearly every area in which the Fire was lacking. It comes with a 7-inch 1280×800 high definition LCD display and wells supports videos up to 1080p. These features make Kindle Fire HD a great media player for watching movies. If you have some Digital Copy movies from Blu-ray/DVD or stored on iTunes and want to transfer Digital Copies to Kindle Fire HD for playback, you may have to do some work in advance. Basically Digital Copies all boil down to the DRM (Digital Rights Management) which prevents you from playing them on unauthorized devices. Unfortunately, the Android devices have not get a license to play DRM contents, which means digital copy movies will even play on Kindle Fire HD.

In order to bring Digital Copies downloads to Kindle Fire HD for playing without problems, you'll need to strip DRM from Digital Copy movies first and convert Digital Copy to Kindle Fire HD supported video formats such as MP4. To achieve your goal smoothly, below is a simple tutorial for you, guaranteed to play Digital Copies on Kindle Fire HD effortlessly. Just follow it.

Requirements

Pavtube ChewTune - an easy-to-use yet top-ranking DRM removal software for Android. It supports handling protected movies, TV shows from iTunes, Amazon, Blu-ray/DVD digital copy videos and more. The output video quality is as decent as possible as original. If you are a Mac user, you can use the ChewTune Mac to convert Digital Copy movies to Kindle Fire HD on Mac. Just get the right version of the DRM removal tool and follow the below guide to transfer Digital Copies to Kindle Fire HD for playing in just a few clicks!

How to Convert Digital Copy to Kindle Fire HD compatible video formats

1. Run ChewTune, drag and drop digital copy movie to the software.

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2. Now 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. You can also click "Settings" to change the video encoder, frame rate, resolution, etc.

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P.S. Most folks are looking forward to the best format setting for Kindle Fire HD. The supported resolution of the Kindle Fire HD goes up to 1080p, though video playback and most apps never break out of 720p. For watching videos on the Android based Tablet, 720p with 1500~2000kbps is just all right. I find that bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss.

3. After above steps, just click "Convert" to start removing iTunes DRM protection and converting Digital Copy to Kindle Fire HD MP4 videos.

4. After the process, you can click "Open" to locate the converted MP4 video files and just transfer them to your Kindle Fire HD Tablet for playback without DRM limitations.

P.S. If you have no idea about Kindle Fire HD file transfer, you can check out the post Synchronizing Your Content files (Videos, Pictures, Music) to Kindle Fire HD to learn more.

See Also:

Play DVD Movies on Kindle Fire HD without any restrictions

Convert DVD ISO/IFO to Kindle Fire HD

Play AVI files on Kindle Fire

Watch DRM-protected movies from Digital Copy & iTunes on Kindle Fire HD 8.9

Can I transfer iTunes movies, music to Kindle Fire HD with any limitations?

Sync iTunes with Kindle Fire

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