We share this tutorial to take your DVDs from home and add them to your computer then put these DVDs to your Kindle Fire HD/Fire HDX and make it usable in FreeTime Unlimited.
Question: How do I put downloaded DVD movies on to my Kindle Fire HD?
“Hi all, I recently got a Kindle Fire HD for a birthday gift, however I am unsure how to transfer DVD movies off my laptop onto it. I have tried transferring directly through a USB port and have also tried through the cloud. I don’t know whether the files are in the wrong format and may need converting, if that is the case, could anyone recommend any suitable software? Also, any general advice with regards to maximising my Kindle would be much appreciated, thanks.“
Then go to your Kindle Fire HD via your computer and create a “movies” folder so you could keep track of them easily.
As for general advice, I would download ES File Manager so that you’ll have access to all your files without needing your computer every time. I would also install App Cache Cleaner and set it to “run at startup” and run every four hours or so, you’d be shocked how much that helps out in keeping your Kindle Fire HD running smoothly.
This is the written steps and url’s that will guide you through this process
1. Add ES3 explorer to Kindle Fire HD. If you download from this website the ES3 file explorer will be in your Amazon Cloud on your Kindle Fire HD/Fire HDX.
2. Add camera/video program to Kindle Fire HD. This is .99 cents or your welcome to find any free camera but I am unfamiliar with others. The camera program will be in your Amazon Cloud on your Kindle Fire HD if you download from this link.
3. Add the Camera app to your FreeTime Unlimited if your doing this for your child. Go to manage content and subscriptions and then select all to find your camera app inside FreeTime Unlimited parental controls.
4. Download a DVD Ripper if you don’t have one. This link is for a Free DVD Ripper but takes a little more time then a paid version like Aimersoft DVD Ripper with no adware, spyware, or viruses that I like to use. I make no commission off of these they are just the programs I use.
“Overview: Aimersoft DVD Ripper is an intuitive DVD to Kindle Fire converter that allows you to easily convert DVD to Kindle Fire HD/Fire HDX MP4 so that you can enjoy any DVD movies on your Kindle on the go. Besides, this DVD ripping tool also provide some video editing tools to let you crop the DVD movies black bars, trim the unnecessary part, etc. for better video watching experience. Plus, the app can also convert DVD and ISO files to MKV, VOB, WMV, MPG, FLV, M4V, AVI, MP4, 3GP, etc. as well as rip DVD to optimized video for playback on iPad Air, iPhone 6, Android, Surface, BlackBerry, Roku, Plex, Archos, iRiver, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, PSP, PS Vita, WDTV Live, Smart TV and more. (To learn more about Aimersoft DVD Ripper, pls read the review)”
Get ready for the conversion? Just download the right version and follow the guide to rip and transfer DVD movies to Amazon Kindle Fire HD/Fire HDX with ease.
How to Rip DVD to Amazon Kindle Fire series playable formats?
Step 1. Open the DVD ripper and click on the upper “Load DVD” button to browse and import the DVD movies you want to convert. All added files will be listed on the left source area. You can preview the DVD videos on the right viewing window and take snapshots of your favorite movie scenes.
Step 2. Set the destination folder to save the converted videos and choose the output format as MP4. Then you can click “Settings” to edit output parameters like resolution, frame rate, encoder, etc. as you like.
Step 3. When everything is done, click the “Start” button to start converting DVDs to Kindle Fire MP4 videos. After the conversion finishes, you can get Amazon Kindle Fire supported MP4 videos in the output folder.
(Note: This conversion process works for popular kids tablets like the Nabi Jr, Nabi 2, Nabi 2S, Nabi XD, Kurio 4s, Kurio 7s, Kurio 10s, Tabeo e2, Hudl, Hudl 2, Nvidia Shield and other popular kids tablets so that you can enjoy any DVD movies on any Kids tablets.)
All that is left to do now is to move the ripped DVD movies to the Kindle. Connect your Kindle via USB to your computer and drag & drop the movie to the Movie directory on the Kindle.
Your finished! You can now view your DVD movies in the camera’s video section or in the ES3 file explorer. It will also pop up on your carousel for easy viewing after you open the video.
P.S. This short video will show you how to put it into the FreeTime app so your kids can take their favorite videos from home with them everywhere:
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Just enjoy your DVD movies on Amazon Kindle Fire, Fire HD and Fire HDX!
Additional Tips: How to HD Videos o Amazon Kindle tablets?
Since the smart tablet is a nice video player how about playing H.265/HEVC, Tivo, MPG, MKV, FLV, AVI, VOB, M2TS, TS, M4V, etc. videos on Kindle? If Amazon’s Kindle (Fire HD, Fire HDX) doesn’t like these video files natively, how to fix the issue?
Actually, most of the time we can enjoy MP4, MKV, WMV, etc videos on Kindle beautifully as it can support playing HD video content in a wide range of multimedia formats(M4V, MP4, MKV, 3GP, VP8 and more). However, when we get some H.265/HEVC, MKV in DTS, VOB, AVI(DivX/XviD), TiVo, FLV, MPG, M2TS, M4V, etc. formats that unsupported by Kindle Fire HD/Fire HDX, it would be a bit hard to view them. In that case, to play these videos on Kindle Fire, we need to convert them to MP4 format first. Along with a professional video converter, you can achieve your goal smoothly.
Among various video converting tools, Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate is rated in the first place. It is easy to use and helps you fast convert a pile of H.265/HEVC, MOV, MPG, VOB, MKV, AVI, Tivo, etc. videos to a Kindle Fire playable format MP4 with perfect audio and video sync keeping HD quality. Apart from that, it also provides a large variety of output formats that compatible with Nexus 9, Surface Hub, Galaxy S6, Galaxy Tab S, iPad Air, iPhone 6, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360/One and more. Now download a free trial here and follow the step-by-step guide to get HD Videos onto any portable devices to play nicely.