Disney animated films never let you and your kids down. Once an animated movie released by Disney, sure you’ll be deeply impressed by the plot, the characters, as well as by how the story tells. Learn and grow, this is what Disney animated DVD movies can bring to us.
Classic and popular Disney films include Frozen, The Croods, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, Mulan, Monsters, WALL-E, The Princess and the Frog, Up, Toy Story, etc. To watch DVD movies with a DVD player or a computer is quite inconvenient. The easiest way for you is to backup Disney animated DVD movies to a tablet like an Amazon Kindle Fire HD.
There is no disc slot on a Kindle Fire HD tablet, and what you need to do is rip Disney animated DVDs to MP4 for the Android tablet Kindle Fire HD. You can keep your eyes focusing on the best DVD ripper Pavtube DVDAid which can rip DVD movies, DVD IFO files, DVD ISO files, and DVD folders to whatever audio or video format you want and allows you to edit DVD sources with rich and useful editing functions.
How to rip Disney animated movies to Kindle Fire HD?
Step 1. Load Disney animated DVD movie
Run the DVD to Kindle Fire HD ripper on PC and click “File” ＞ “Load from disc” to load Disney animated DVD movie for conversion to MP4.
Tip 1. Mac users can realize DVD to Kindle Fire HD conversion with a Mac DVD to MP4 ripper.
Tip 2. To choose preferred subtitle and audio track for yourself or your kids, you can select the preferred one by scrolling down “Subtitles” and “Audio” option.
Tip 3. It is quite hard to understand alien languages in a DVD movie, so you can check “Forced subtitles” to display translations only when an alien language is spoken.
Step 2. Choose MP4 as output
MP4 is good for Kindle Fire HD and any other Android tablets and smartphones as well as those iOS devices. Click the format bar to follow “Android” ＞ “Amazon Kindle Fire HD (*.mp4).”
Tip 5. If you want to extract some certain audio clips from DVD movie, you can use the “Edit” function and choose a proper audio output.