Ever thought of putting Blu-ray/DVD collections onto Kindle Fire so as to watch movies on the road? With Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper it is as easy as a pie to rip and compress DVD and Blu-ray to Kindle File playable MP4 video. Although the Fire doesn't come with an SD card slot, it has 8GB on device. If you compress a BD-25 to 800M, up to 10 movies can be put onto the Kindle Fire. Find a guide below for how to rip a Blu-ray Disc to Kindle Fire.
What you need to rip a Blu-ray to Kindle Fire?
1. PC or Mac with external Blu-ray Disc Drive (Windows XP or Mac OS X 10.5 above required);
Compress/Convert Blu-ray to Kindle Fire playable video
Step 1. Click the “BD/DVD” icon to load Blu-ray movie from external BD drive. When importing Blu-ray movie you need to keep your PC/Mac networked so as to access keys for hacking Blu-ray copy-protections.
Step 2. Unfold the movie directory and select Main movie.
Step 3. Select preferred language from drop-down list of “Subtitles” and “Audio” box.
Step 4. Click “Format” bar and select a MP4 format for Kindle Fire playback.
Step 5. Click “Convert” to start ripping Blu-ray to Kindle Fire compatible video. When conversion completes click the "Open" button to find the converted files and then you can transfer the movies to Kindle File for playback.
Customize best settings for Kindle Fire
Kindle Fire plays MP4 and VP8 video only, so you’re suggested to choose “Common Video>> H.264 Video (*.mp4) format. The format exports 1080p .mp4 video with pretty good picture and compresses a 100min Blu-ray movie to 2-3GB. In that case the Kindle Fire holds only 3 or 4 movies only. To down-size output file, you can click “Settings” and set lower bitrate.
If you’d like to put 10 movies to Kindle Fire, set video bitrate down to 1000kpbs so that a 100min movie would be reduced to around 800M. Note that when you lower bitrate, you lower video quality meanwhile.
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