Enable Kindle Fire HDX to Play DVD/Blu-ray disc Quickly

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Enable Kindle Fire HDX to Play DVD/Blu-ray disc Quickly

Postby jacknjchn » Thu Oct 31, 2013 9:10 am

[size="4"]This DVD/Blu-ray to Kindle Fire HDX conversion guide or tutorial will show you how to convert DVD or Blu-ray to Kindle Fire HDX video and play DVD/Blu-ray movies on Kindle Fire HDX smoothly step by step using the best Blu-ray ripper and converter for Kindle Fire HDX.[/size]

The Kindle Fire HD (2013) - that's the new version - has a 7-inch 1280 x 800 (216ppi) display, whilst the Fire HD 8.9-inch has a 1920 x 1200 (254ppi) display. Naturally, the higher pixel density displays of the HDX will give you more detail, with the 8.9-inch HDX looking like the real star in the pack.

And Amazon has just announced their third generation Kindle Fire, which under the name Kindle Fire HDX, The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX comes in two sizes: 7-inch and 8.9-inch, offering a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution display (323ppi) on the 7-inch and 2560 x 1600 (339ppi) on the 8.9-inch. At that resolution, the 8.9-inch HDX has the sharpest display around, while the new 7-inch HDX matches the Nexus 7 (2013) for pixels.
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[size="4"]Q1: Kindle Fire HDX and Kindle Fire HD: Which is better?[/size]

There's a wide range of options available in the Kindle Fire HD family now. The HDX models obviously bring the advantages of more power and more pixels. If you're looking at gaming on your Kindle Fire, the power-hungry games like Real Racing 3 will load faster and you'll squeeze out more detail. The Kindle Fire HDX is what you want.

If you're looking for something for casual browsing at home, then the Kindle Fire HD might save you a few bucks. But bear in mind, the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD, is much more weighty than the HDX - if you're going to be holding it up to view, then you might want to find a little more cash for the top model.

[size="4"]Q2:Can You Play Various Videos on Kindle Fire HDX?[/size]

Amazon Kindle Fire always gives users the best way to experience the web, email, photos and especially videos with both standard and high definition. Accepting limited video formats, Kindle Fire HDX can not support playing HD MKV/AVCHD/M2TS, DVD and Blu-ray videos and movies directly. In the other hand, playback of DVD or Blu-ray disc on computer will consume lots of CPU source, So do you ever imagine that you can watch Blu-ray movie or DVD movie on Kindle Fire HDX on the go without mobile DVD drive?

[size="4"]Q3:How to Play Blu-ray/DVD Videos on Kindle Fire HDX?[/size]

Brorsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate & Brorsoft iMedia Converter for Mac are the best all-in-one tools for you that play the roles as Blu-ray Ripper(for Mac), DVD Ripper(for Mac) and Video Converter(for Mac) at the same time. They support multiple-task processing- Multiple videos including but not limit to MKV, AVI, WMV, FLV, MOV, TiVo, VOB, MPG as well as Blu-ray, DVD movies can be processed at one stop, saving your time and effort. If you are Kindle Fire HDX users, you can follow the below guide how to convert any video/BD/DVD to Kindle Fire HD with the best all-in-one Video/BD/DVD to Kindle Fire HD Converter.

[size="5"]Tutorial on getting Blu-ray/DVD movies on Kindle Fire HDX on Mac[/size]

Step 1: Import your Blu-ray movie or DVD to the excellent Blu-ray Ripper, you can load the entire disc or import from the folders if the movies have been saved as the folder in your hard drive. Moreover, IFO and ISO are also supported.

Step 2: Tap the Format icon to choose the Android > Amazon Kindle Fire H.264(*.mp4) as the export format.
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Step 3: Customize the video, audio parameters for your output video in the Profile settings panel to watch Blu-ray/DVD movies on Kindle Fire HDX in full screen.
Tips: Best video/audio settings for 7” Kindle Fire HDX
a. For Blu-ray movies, you can customize the video size as 1280*800 for 7" Kindle Fire HD 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.
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Step 4: Select your preferred subtitles for your output videos from the Subtitles option. Press the Convert button to start the Blu-ray/DVD to MP4 for Kindle Fire HDX conversion on Mac OS X Lion(Mountain Lion).

When the conversion is done, you can transfer and viewBlu-ray/DVD movies on Kindle Fire HDX with HD playback easily.

Tip:
If you wanna an all-in-one tool for DVD, Blu-ray and HD videos transferring to Kindle Fire HD, you can try Brorsoft iMedia Converter for Mac.

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