How to watch Blu-ray movies on Kindle Fire

November 7th, 2011 | Posted by admin in Kindle Fire

In the tablets market, there are great products and there are cheap products, but very few great, cheap products. For those of you unwilling to shell out $500 for an Apple iPad 2, and are wary of buying a piece of junk, Amazon’s $199 Kindle Fire tablet should be at the top of your wish list.

Amazon Kindle Fire is a tablet with a 7-inch screen, giving it a similar look and feel as the RIM BlackBerry Playbook or Samsung Galaxy Tab 7. It runs a heavily modified version of Google’s operating system, includes 8GB of internal memory, and begins shipping to U.S. customers on November 15.

With the great and cheap tablet, you can read e-books on Kindle Fire, download Android apps and games to Kindle Fire, and stream video using Amazon’s video on-demand service. What’s more, you can put movies to Kindle Fire and watch them anytime, anywhere.

Maybe you have accumulated a lot of Blu-ray discs, now you can download Blu-ray movies to Kindle Fire and watch these striking movies again when you travel or spend holidays. Amazing high-definition movies will enhance you HD experience. But, Kindle Fire doesn’t have Blu-ray ROM, then how to play Blu-ray movies on Kindle Fire? Below are some useful tips for you.

1. Free download Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper.
Install and launch the software. It will help us to convert Blu-ray/DVD to Kindle Fire. Blu-ray Ripper Patch is recommended to install which supports Kindle Fire and more devices.

2. Load your Blu-ray disc or ISO file into the software and choose the Kindle Fire video format.
Click Format column to choose Android> Amazon Kindle Fire H.264 (*.mp4). This format is perfectly supported by Kindle Fire.

3. Edit function is very useful in the best Kindle Fire Blu-ray converter.
You can edit the video before conversion. Trim, Crop and Watermark functions are useful and convenient.

4. Click conversion to start.
Video and audio synchronization is perfectly guaranteed, and CUDA is supported in windows version.

After converting, connect Kindle Fire to computer with USB wire, and sync movies to Kindle Fire, and you can start playing movies on Kindle Fire as you want.

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