15% OFF-Play Blu-ray,DVD and 1080p HD movies on Kindle Fire

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15% OFF-Play Blu-ray,DVD and 1080p HD movies on Kindle Fire

Postby TomJason » Tue Dec 06, 2011 1:25 pm

15% OFF-Play Blu-ray,DVD and 1080p HD movies on Kindle Fire via Mac OS X

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The Kindle Fire is a 7-inch tablet that links seamlessly with Amazon's impressive collection of digital music, video, magazine, and book services in one easy-to-use package. It boasts a great Web browser, and its curated Android app store includes most of the big must-have apps (such as Netflix, Pandora, and Hulu). The Fire has an ultra-affordable price tag, and the screen quality is exceptional for the price. Kindle Fire uses IPS (in-plane switching) technology for an extra-wide viewing angle, perfect for sharing your screen with others. This Android-based Tablet is really an amazing HD media player better than its previous.

Besides starting the fun right away with streaming or downloading, purchasing or renting movies and TV shows from Amazon, Netflix and Hulu Plus pre-loaded to instantly watch HD movies & popular TV shows, we can also enrich our digital entertainment on Kindle Fire by downloading and copying our favourite DVD, Blu-ray movies and 1080p/720 videos to Kindle Fire.

Unfornately, currently the Kindle Fire play but only vp8 and mp4 videos - which is not sufficient for movie lovers. If you also feel like transferring more movies to Kindle Fire, here's a Mac app right for you- a all-in-one Mac Movie to Kindle Fire Converter - entitled Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac.

Specially designed for video zealots who use Mac OS, the program can achieve all kinds of DVD, Blu-ray ripping and video recodification tasks. The software shrink Blu-ray movie to Kindle Fire 720p MP4, rips DVD to Kindle Fire optimized formats, and converts 1080P and 720p HD videos to Kindle Fire, MKV, AVI, MPG, VOB, TiVo and more, everything can be transferred to Kindle Fire at ease.

To be honest, the Ultimate movie to Nook Tablet Converter for Mac is able to finish Blu-ray, DVD and any formated movies to Kindle Fire conversion at at super high speed, and will never let you encounter troubles caused by out of sync. You can use the program as a Blu-ray disc Ripper, a DVD Ripper, as well as a Video Converter for Kindle Fire on the Mac. The program is on sale at the company's site through Nov. 25, 2011 if you choose this option.

Learn how to convert/transfer movies to Kindle Fire (DVD, Blu-ray, video) below:

To start, download a free trial fo the Pavtube Mac Movie to Kindle Fire Converter to your computer.

Step 1. Import source media for movie to Kindle Fire conversion.

Once run the iMedia Converter for Mac software, click "Add Video" to load video files like MTS/M2TS, MKV, MOV, TOD, TiVo, VOB etc or click on "BD/DVD folder" to load movie from DVD and Blu-ray source(Disc, folder, ISO).

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Step 2. Choose best Video format for Kindle Fire. You can choose "Nook Color (*.mp4)" in "Android" category. This profile is designed for Nook Color, but also suitable for Kindle Fire.

Step 3. Convert movie for sync movie to Kindle Fire.
Click "Convert" button to start converting Video, DVD, Blu-ray movie to Kindle Fire optimized videos. If you would like to join several files together, just select these files and check the "Merge into one" box before clicking "Convert" on the main interface of the powerful Movie to Kindle Fire Converter.


Click on "Settings" to to set bitrate, frame rate, codec, channels, sample rate, etc. to adjust parameters that affect video quality and file size for the video you prefer. For instance, to make full use of the 1024 x 600 display resolution, you can click "Settings" and set video "Size" to 1024 x 600, which can easily remove black borders from the video for full screen playback on Kindle Fire.

Once getting the converted movie files, you can click on "Open" to locate the videos. You could stream/transfer movies to Kindle Fire. Then you can play Blu-ray, DVD movies and 1080p/720 videos on Kindle Fire in HD quality with ease.
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