Easiest way to Get Blu-ray, DVD movies to Kindle Fire HD

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Easiest way to Get Blu-ray, DVD movies to Kindle Fire HD

Postby jacknjchn » Tue Sep 18, 2012 11:06 am

Kindle Fire HD is perfect for browsing, playing, reading, and shopping on-the-go. What’s more, it comes with some special feature like Exclusive Dolby audio and dual-driver stereo speakers for immersive, virtual surround sound, World's first tablet with dual-band, dual-antenna Wi-Fi for 40% faster downloads and streaming (compared to iPad 3), free unlimited cloud storage for all your Amazon content. As more and more people ordered or got their new Kindle Fire HD, some movie playback issues occurred.


I have purchased (via Amazon) many DVDs (mostly opera and Blu-ray format). What options (if any) do I have for viewing these on the newly announced Kindle Fire HD 8.9"? I'm assuming "cloud" access (without a physical DVD player). Would there be a possibility of an "add on" player that would permit playback from a physical DVD?

Best answer:

In fact, the Kindle Fire HD doesn't have a Blu-ray or DVD drive, it’s impossible to play DVDs/BDs on Kindle Fire HD directly. If you want to put DVD discs to Kindle Fire HD for playback, you have to rip or convert Blu-ray, DVD movies to a playable vide format for enjoying on Kindle Fire HD. Don’t worry, in the post, we will offer the easiest way how to get Blu-ray, DVD movies on Kindle Fire HD.


Firstly, you need to use a Blu-ray/DVD transfer tool to help you rip Blu-ray/DVD. In my experience, the powerful Blu-ray to Kindle Fire HD Converter is perfect for converting BDs/DVDs or massive Blu-ray/DVD data into common videos that Kindle Fire HD can deal with. Plus, with the Blu-ray ripper, you can also backup Blu-ray, DVD movies to your hard drive with the original structures of your Blu-rays or DVDs.

Guide: Easiest way to Convert Blu-ray/DVD to Kindle Fire HD


1. Install and launch the best Blu-ray/DVD converter for Kindle Fire HD on your computer.
Note: An external Blu-ray drive is required for ripping Blu-ray disc.

2. Click Blu-ray Disc icon to load movies from your Blu-ray/DVD and then tap the Format icon to choose the Android > Amazon Kindle Fire H.264(*.mp4) as the export format.


3. Hit the Settings button to see detail information of the format, and you can change the profile parameters as you need.

a. For Blu-ray movies, you can customize the video size as 1280*800 for 7" Kindle Fire HD (or set 1920*1200 for Kindle Fire HD 8.9") and set video bitrate as 1000~ 2000kbps to get a relatively small but HD video files.
b. For DVD movies, set the video size as 720*480 is enough due to DVD’s original resolution.

4. Click the Convert button to start to convert Blu-ray/DVD to MP4 video for Kindle Fire HD.

After the conversion, you can copy the resulted .mp4 videos to Kindle Fire HD effortlessly. Tap the Gallery app on your Fire HD for viewing Blu-ray, DVD movies on Kindle Fire HD with the best quality.

If you not only want to watch Blu-ray, DVD movies on kindle Fire HD, but also some HD video files like MKV, WMV, AVI, MOV, FLV, MTS, M2TS, we recommend you the one of the best all-in-one video converter Brorsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate.

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