Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Watch my DVD's on my new Kindle Fire HD

Wanna play your DVD movies on Kindle Fire HD? It is really difficult for us to find an effective player to resolve all our DVD videos. Actually, with the help of Pavtube DVDAid, we can easily deal with DVD playback issues.

The Kindle Fire HD is the second generation of Amazon's Kindle Fire line of color touchscreen tablet computers. It features a new 1280×800 high definition LCD display that brings greater experience on movie watching. Recetly I got my Kindle for watching films or backing up my DVD Collection.

as we know, Kindle Fire HD can't play DVD directly because it can't have a DVD drive. Kindle Fire HD supports MPEG4, VP8, H.263 videos. To watch DVDs on my new Kindle Fire HD, I think I need to use a DVD ripping software to help you convert DVD to Kindle Fire HD supported video files such as MP4 format. 

After trying a few DVD converters, finallly I find Pavtube DVDAid, (Alternative Mac version) and purchased it so I can watch my DVD's on my new Kindle Fire HD. I chose Pavtube because the interface was very clear and the whole process seemed very straight- forward. It does a great job in ripping my DVD movies no matter from DVD discs, DVD movie folders, or DVD IFO/ISO image files to a common video for my Kindle Fire HD and a HTC cell phone too. 

How to convert DVD  to Kindle Fire HD compatible videos files 

The below guide uses DVD Converter Windows (Windows 8.1 compatible) screenshots. The way to rip DVD files to your Kindle Fire HD on Mac is almost the same. Just make sure you ge the right version. 

1. Add DVD files to the program

Insert DVD movies into your DVD drive, then click "Load file" button to navigate to DVD movies you want to convert. As you can see, added files can be previewed on the right viewing window. You can adjust the video volume and take snapshots of your favorite movie scenes. 

2. Set output options for Kindle Fire HD 

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. And choose the destination folder to save the converted videos. 


1. If you want to keep multiple audio tracks and subtitle streams when ripping DVD to MKV, MP4 and MOV, you can try to use Pavtube ByteCopy for Windows or Mac.)

2. You can click “Settings” to tweak the detailed video and audio encoding settings. Or click “Edit” button to trim video into several segments by setting a specific output file size, append special effects, crop video screen area, add text/picture watermark. 


3. Start DVD to Kindle Fire HD conversion 

After all the above settings, simply click “Convert” button to start converting DVD files to Kindle Fire HD video. Just wait for the converting process to be done. After that, find the converted videos in your output folder and transfer them to your Kindle Fire HD. In this way, you can play DVD files on Kindle Fire HD and enjoy them on the go. 

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. 

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