Currently, Blu-ray disc movies has become more and more popular with movie fans. With the use of advanced video and audio codecs will offer consumers an unprecedented HD experience.

If you are also a Kindle Fire user, you may want to rip Blu-ray m2ts movies for Kindle fire playback. While Kindle Fire only supports limited formats, can’t play M2TS files. Just ripping isn’t enough. You have to rip and convert Blu-ray 1080p files to Kindle Fire compatibled format. Here, i recommend you h.264 mp4. Accroding to my own experience, It’s the best video format to Kindle Fire, pretty good viewing experience.

To make it, a professional Blu-ray ripping tool is necessary. By comparing, i chose Pavtube Kindle Fire Blu-ray Ripper. Because it also can handle DVD movies. i have a large number of DVD discs to deal with. At first, please make sure such a tool installed on your computer. Here i also installed a patch, the patch is designed for users to get new presets of latest devices. i suggest you installing it.

As a beginner, you may be confused about how to operate this tool. Don’t worry. The next, i will share you my own steps with you.

First, of course, you should open this Blu-ray 1080p to Kindle Fire converter. Then load your Blu-ray disc into this program. Blu-ray ISO files also can be handled well.

Then, the most important step, choose the Kindle fire video format. If you have installed the patch, this step is rather simple. Click on “Format”, you will see a long list, choose the “Android” category. You can easily find the “Amazon Kindle Fire H.264 (*.mp4)“.

The last step is to start this Blu-ray M2TS conversion by clicking the big button. Based on the movies’ high defination quality, the conversion will take some time, please wait patiently. Once it’s done, copy the converted file to Kindle Fire. Then, you can watch Blu-ray 1080p files on Kindle Fire as you like.

Amazon will go big with a 10-inch class tablet, according to DisplaySearch.

Amazon is expected to bring out a bigger version of the Kindle Fire, as it gradually grows the size of its tablets.

Amazon arguably started the smalltablet fad when it launched the 7-inchKindle Fire in November of 2011. And it followed that with 8.9-inch model, announced in September 2012.

Now it’s moving up to the 10-inch class, Richard Shim, an analyst at NPD DisplaySearch, told CNET.

The biggest Kindle Fire yet will sport a stunning 2,560×1,600-pixel density 10.1-inch display, according to Shim. That’s about 300 pixels per inch (PPI), considerably denser than Apple’s Retina iPad 4 with 264 PPI.

And that matches the 2,560×1,600 10-inch screen on Google’s Nexus 10, touted as the highest-resolution tablet yet.

Mass production of the display for the 10-inch Kindle Fire will start in the third quarter, Shim said.

Amazon is also expected to refresh its 7-inch and 8.9-inch Kindle Fires, with the goal of getting all models to a 300 PPI, Shim added.

In the latest figures from IDC, Amazon was ranked No. 4 in tablet shipments, with 3.7 percent of the market.

Amazon did not respond to a request for comment.


As a Kindle fire user, you may find it’s diffcult to put your digital copy movies on Kindle fire for playback, because the Kindle fire has not a license to play DRM contents. In fact, digital copy movies isn’t unbreakable. With a 3rd party tool. You can make it. The 3rd party tool is called as DRM removal tool, among all the DRM removal tools. Pavtube Chewtune is a outstanding one.

It could convert Digital Copy and other DRM-protected contents ( iTunes M4V videos, Amazon wmv videos etc ) to anyother video formats for you to watch DRMed movies on your kindle fire. Meanwhile, this tool is rather simple to use, just few clicks. You will realizing converting digital copy movies to Kindle fire. Now, just follow the simple guide.

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SlingPlayer for Kindle Fire

The SlingPlayer for Kindle Fire was hiding amongst its siblings on the CES floor so of course we had to stop by and check it out. It fits right in the family of products, but the first version due to hit theAmazonAppstore this month for $29 will not include the guide or onscreen remote. You will of course be able to view the source’s native guide and navigate via onscreen buttons, but the buttons just won’t look like your source’s remote. SlingMedia also confirmed for us that an additional subscription is not in the future (in case you were worried) and that an embeddable Flash player will be available soon so you can place shift your TV using any webpage you like.

Give it time and eventually someone will port your favorite browser to everything, even your toaster, if you’re lucky. A group of developers on the XDA-forums has begun sharing how to port the Silk web browser found on the Amazon Kindle Fire to various Android devices. To accomplish this, you’ll need a rooted Android device, whereupon you can download a package file and install it to the /system/lib directory with permissions set to the same as the other files in that folder. Users can choose to install any of the .apks that they want to side load, but will need to ensure that they also move the Silk apk from /data/app to /system/app. After a reboot, the Silk browser should be good to go, complete with access to Amazon’s cloud-based services through your favorite device.
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I wonder if this is going to put a burden on Amazon’s servers?  The Kindle Fire only just launched, so Amazon is probably expecting only a certain amount of traffic related to Silk.  I wonder if it can handle the extra traffic.  For (more…)