How to convert videos for Amazon Kindle Fire on Mac computer
Why people are so exciting about the Kindle Fire, just because its $199 lower price tag? Not really, Amazon's own ecosystem of books, movies and music, and plus the fact that Amazon is the dominant player in the e-book world, all of those compelling pitches are weighing more and more when customers are among their choices, especially when being confronted with the twice priced iPad. Yes, price, in fact, does pour cold water on people’s purchasing wishes.
Kindle Fire allows you to connect it up to your PC or Mac easily so as to transfer your home videos or movies you rip from DVDs and Blu-rays that you own. But, be noted that with just 8GB free space on board, you only have enough storage for 10 movies or even less, depending on how big each of your video is. Do not have many Kindle Fire compatible videos on your Mac? No problem, there is a universal video converter software which is designed for Mac OS X, it is called DVDFab Video Converter for Mac, which can convert videos for Kindle Fire on Mac, in just three simple steps:
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Convert videos for Amazon Kindle Fire on Mac: Step 1 -> Download and install the latest version of DVDFab for Mac onto your Mac computer.
Convert videos for Amazon Kindle Fire on Mac: Step 2 -> Launch DVDFab for Mac, navigate to Video Converter option and Amazon mode, then simply drag and drop the video file you are about to convert into the main interface. Next, choose the audio and subtitle you need to keep.
Convert videos for Amazon 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 of this conversion is the Amazon mode, pay enough attention.
For more information, please go to DVDFab Video Converter for Mac page.