Kindle Fire Video Format
The Kindle Fire is released from the online giant retailer - Amazon. It operates on highly customized Android 2.3 OS powered by dual-core processor with Amazon's own eye-candy overlay over it, sporting a 7" IPS-LCD backlit display with 1024 X 600 pixels of resolution with Gorilla Glass coating. The powerful 1GHz dual-core TI OMAP4 processor, 512MB RAM, 8GB of memory storage to maintain things running.
The customized OS is essentially depending on Amazon and their app store - so much for free advertising. And Kindle Fire focus largely on the services provided by Amazon for example Amazon bookstore and its mp3 service, access for 100,000 movies and TV shows, 17 million songs, Android Market and even more.
Audio and Video Formats for Kindle Fire
- Video Formats (MP4, VP8);
- Music Formats (MP3, Non-DRM AAC, MIDI, OGG, WAV);
In addition, it is necessary to know the other formats for the Kindle File, so you can put the right file to Kindle Fire for enjoyment.
- Image Formats (JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP);
- Document Formats: (AZW, TXT,PDF, MOBI, PRC, DOC, DOCX);
- Audible.com (AA, AAX)
Then, wanna play Kindle Fire doesn't support video formats on it, you will need the professional Kindle Fire Video Converter to convert videos/movies to Kindle Fire supported video format for playing. It can not only convert videos to Kindle Fire, but also rip DVD movies to Kindle Fire.
Just 3 simple steps you can convert most of videos to Kindle Fire format for playing.
Step 1: Launch the Kindle Fire Video Converter and Import the video files you want to convert into the program.
Step 2: Set the output profile as Kindle Fire Video format. Adjust the output video resolutions, Frame Rate, Bit Rate, etc if necessary.
Step 3: Click the "Convert" button, and your videos will be converted automatically. After the conversion, you can transfer the video to Kindle Fire, and enjoy it anytime anywhere.
If you are a Mac user, you can use the Mac Kindle Fire Video Converter to achieve this goal. Now you know the right video formats for Kindle Fire and how to convert any video format to Kindle Fire. Try yourself now.