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Put and Convert YouTube FLV videos to Kindle Fire

Postby broster73 » Sat Dec 10, 2011 8:26 am

Put and Convert YouTube FLV videos to Kindle Fire – FLV/F4V Conversion

How can I watch YouTube flash Videos on Kindle Fire? How to put downloaded YouTube FLV, F4V videos to Kindle Fire?
The new Amazon Kindle Fire has become more and more people’s choice when purchasing a Android Tablet, it’s low price and excellent performance. We can read eBooks, play games, music, browsing news, read magazines, watch movies, etc. You can watch your favorite movies with wifi from Amazon, or rip DVD movies for Kindle Fire, and put some MKV, AVI videos to Kindle Fire. We can watch YouTube videos on Kindle Fire via some YouTube Apps, but what about put the downloaded videos from YouTube to Kindle Fire? Unfortunately, Kindle Fire only supports MP4, H.264, VP8 video formats. For YouTube FLV without Wi-Fi connection, you came to the right place, you need to convert YouTube to KindleFire format first, this detailed guide will showing you how to put the downloaded YouTube to Kindle Fire. Software you need:
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Step by step to Convert YouTube FLV/F4V videos to Kindle Fire format

1, Download this Video Converter for Kindle Fire convert YouTube FLV/F4V videos, run it
2, Click “Add Video” button to load YouTube video from computer to this YouTube Converter

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3, Select the output format profile “Android MP4 Video(*.mp4)”, then click “settings” button to follow this settings as below, then you can play YouTube FLV/F4V videos on Kindle Fire in full screen.

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4, After that, click “Convert” button to start YouTube Conversion

5, When conversion is done, you can upload the converted MP4 videos to Kindle Fire via USB cable, then watch YouTube videos on Kindle Fire, Enjoy.

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See Also:
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How to play AVI videos on Kindle Fire – AVI Conversion
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How to rip Blu-ray movies to Kindle Fire format
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Re: Put and Convert YouTube FLV videos to Kindle Fire

Postby evernn » Sat Dec 24, 2011 3:52 am

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Re: Put and Convert YouTube FLV videos to Kindle Fire

Postby azurabena » Thu Dec 29, 2011 3:00 pm

Amazon Kindle Fire is an affordable Android-based slate with 7" display, whose main selling point, besides the sub-$200 price, is the tight integration with Amazon's vast universe of entertainment and shopping services. And this Kindle Fire is also a great media player which supports a lot of media formats including files with WMV, MP4 as video format and MP3, WAV, MP4, OGG, MIDI as audio format. If you want to play your movies and videos on Kindle Fire, you need a Kindle Fire Movies Converter.


Tips for Showing Best Video Formats Supported by Kindle Fire:


Video Format: WMV, MP4


Video Resolution: 1024 x 600 pixels


Audio Format: MP3, WAV, MP4, OGG, MIDI


Kindle Fire Movies Converter is a handy video converter that convert movies/videos to Kindle Fire playable format. With this smart video tool, you can convert HD videos, avi, mkv, vro, mvi, mpv, vp6, wmv, 3gp, flv, rmvb, mpg, mov, mp4, avchd, m2ts, mod, vob to Kindle Fire playable format and enjoy videos on the go with android phones and tablet like Galaxy S, Droid X, Droid 2, Motorola Xoom, Nexus S, etc. In addition, this Kindle Fire Video Converter software provides video edit functions such as video cut, video joiner, and join splitter, effects adjusting.


Do you want to know how to put movies/videos on your new Kindle Fire? Here this article will show you a step-by-step guide about how to convert Movies to Kindle Fire’s most compatible video format H.264 MP4.


Guide: How to Convert Movies or Video to Kindle Fire with High Quality?


Preparation: Before learning how to convert movies or videos to Kindle Fire, please make sure the video to Kindle Fire Converter installed, you can download now the unmatchable Kindle Fire Video Converter.


Step 1: Import movies by clicking the “Add” button in the main interface.


The program support batch conversion, you can add movies in different formats like HD videos, avi, mkv, vro, mvi, mpv, vp6, wmv, 3gp, flv, rmvb, mpg, mov, mp4, avchd, m2ts, mod, vob, etc in batch to it.



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Step 2: Set output format and output folder


Click the "Browse icon " beside Output to to set the root directory for the converted files.


Click on the pull down menu of “Profile” to choose "Android Pad ] Motorola XOOM H.264 Video (.mp4)"as output format for Kindle Fire. Then you can set video and audio parameters on the right panal as follow::



Video Size: 1024 x 600 pixels Video Bitrate: 1000K or 2000K Frame Rate: 29.97fps or 30fps


Audio Sample Rate: 48000 Audio Bitrate: 128K or 160K



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Tip: After set the video/audio parameters for Kindle Fire, you can click on "Save as" button in Profile Settings Panel where you could freely rename the optimized profile for Kindle Fire (like My Favorite Kindle Fire Video) so that you can easily choose it from the User Defined category for next use without resetting it again.



Step 3: Start converting Movies to Kindle Fire H.264 MP4


Click Apply to all beside Settings button to apply the output format and settings to all files, then click the "Convert" button to start the Movies like HD videos, avi, mkv, vro, mvi, mpv, vp6, wmv, 3gp, flv, rmvb, mpg, mov, mp4, avchd, m2ts, mod, vob to Kindle Fire Conversion, and the task(s) will be done at a amazing speed and perfect output quality.


That’s it, just with three steps you can convert Movie/Video to Kindle Fire MP4 with Movie/Video to Kindle Fire Converter mentioned in this article.


Some tips for using this Kindle Fire Video Converter (Only Ultimate Version owns editing functions):


1. Trim: You can trim your video files to capture and convert your favorite video clips for playing on Kindle Fire.


2. Crop: You can crop your video area to remove the black video sides for playing on Kindle Fire in full screen.


3. Effect: You can adjust your video effects by setting video contrast, brightness and saturation.

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Re: Put and Convert YouTube FLV videos to Kindle Fire

Postby Apy » Fri May 11, 2012 10:26 am

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Re: Put and Convert YouTube FLV videos to Kindle Fire

Postby maggiemiao » Wed Nov 14, 2012 7:37 am

I get a Kindle fire and ever tried this video converter for video tranformation. I notice that the window-based program nearly supports all video formats.
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Re: Put and Convert YouTube FLV videos to Kindle Fire

Postby vivian68 » Thu Jan 24, 2013 12:41 pm

How to View Flash Videos on Kindle Fire HD

Wanna to get Kindle Fire HD to support flash videos from YouTube, Yahoo! Video, FaceBook. etc? Follow this awesome guide to convert downloaded F4V/FLV to MP4 files for viewing on Kindle Fire HD.

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Viewing Flash content on Kindle Fire HD using Amazon Silk web browser

Amazon Silk web browser does support flash, and it's just turned off by default. If you see a message to install Flash while using your Kindle Fire HD, this means that the content you are attempting to view is a Flash file. If you would like to open the file, you will need to enable Flash through your Silk Settings menu. With the Amazon Silk web browser open, tap the menu icon at the bottom of the screen, then tap Settings. Tap the arrow next to Enable Flash and select your preferred behavior: "Always on," "On demand," or "Off." If you haven't updated your Kindle Fire to the latest software version available, this setting can be accessed by tapping "Enable plug-ins." To update your Kindle Fire to the latest software version, visit http://www.amazon.com/kindlesoftwareupdates

Play Downloaded FlV and F4V flash videos on Kindle Fire HD by Encoding

If you downloaded a lot of videos (.flv, .f4v) on the Internet (YouTube, etc.) and want to watch them on your Kindle Fire HD, you will need a Flash Video Converter for Fire HD. That's where Pavtube Video Converter comes in and the following guide shows you how.

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Guide to Converting FLV/F4V Flash Video to MP4 for Kindle Fire HD

1. Download, install and launch the Flash Video Converter for Kindle. Then click "Add Video" or "Add from folder" icon to load your source flash videos. Batch conversion is supported so that you can add multiple f4v/flv files to convert at a time.

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2. Click "Format" bar, you can easily find the optimized videos for the Kindle Fire HD under "Android > Amazon Kindle Fire HD H.264 (*.mp4). The ouput could fit on your Kindle Fire HD perfectly (Note: If you can not find the “Amazon Kindle Fire HD H.264 (*.mp4)” profile in the current version of Pavtube Video Converter you are using, you can download a profile patch here. ). If you like, you can also click the "Settings" button to change the video resolution, encoder, frame rate, etc.

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Tip: The supported resolution of Kindle Fire HD goes up to 1080p, though video playback and most apps never break out of 720p. For watching videos on the Amazon tablet, 720p with 1500~2000kbps is just all right. I found bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss, and vice versa.

3. Finally click "Convert" button to start encoding your downloaded FLV/F4V flash videos to H.264 MP4 for Amazon Kindle Fire HD. Once the conversion completes, you can click "Open" button to get the generated MP4 files for transferring to Kindle Fire HD for viewing whenever you want.

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