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Convert DVD for Amazon Kindle Fire on Mac

Mac DVD Ripper for Amazon Kindle Fire


It’s a post PC era, an era of tech explosion and new things blowout. Just cast a slight glimpse at the consumer electronics market, you see wars, wars without smoke. Just like the Apple and Samsung patent case indicates, Darwin’s the fittest survives is displayed at its best. Well, to Amazon, a super retailer on the cyber space, the biggest challenge is not how to survive the fierce competition from eBay, nor from the native Chinese 360buy, because no one can beat it on its own turf. Instead, it is on another turf where Amazon should build its fence. Its son, Kindle Fire, is exactly on that another turf.


Can Kindle Fire make its way to the Hall of Fame? Maybe a hard battle that its father Amazon itself is not confident at. Why people buy this 7-inch tablet running Android 2.3, instead of iPad, or Galaxy Tab, or even Nexus 7? Well, to answer this question, it's better to do some coursework yourselves. Take the advantage of its 1024*600 resolution display, and throw a movie on it to do a litmus test? You can use the best DVD ripping software especially made for Mac OS, DVDFab DVD Ripper for Mac, to rip your DVD movies on your Mac to Kindle Fire compatible videos.


You can follow this well written tip to see how:


Convert DVD for Kindle Fire on Mac: Step 1 -> Download and install to your Mac the latest version of DVDFab for Mac.


Convert DVD for Kindle Fire on Mac: Step 2 -> Start DVDFab for Mac, navigate to DVD Ripper option and Amazon mode, and then load the DVD you’d like to convert. Next, choose the audio track and subtitle stream you need to keep.


Convert DVD for Kindle Fire on Mac: Step 3 -> Click the “Edit” and “Video Effect Settings” buttons and do the Conversion Settings and Video Effect Settings respectively, then hit “Start” button to go converting. Next, wait for the task to be completed.


Note: the key point is to choose Amazon mode from the navigation panel, pay enough attention.



For more information, you can go to DVDFab DVD Ripper for Mac page.