Amazon Kindle tablets play an important role in Android’s success and in the tablet market as well. As an online retail giant, Amazon provides tablets with much lower price yet with powerful and functions. Kindle Fire series like Fire HD Edition, Fire HDX, Fire HD, and Fire in Amazon Kindle Fire line are always stays popular among the Android tablet users. Digital experience on Amazon Kindle Fire tablets can be amazing and stunning. For those who want to transfer local files to Kindle Fire tablet, do not do the transfer work anxiously, and check what formats can be best for your Kindle Fire tablet first.
Part I. Amazon Kindle Fire Tablets Supported File Formats
Amazon has listed the supported file formats clearly. Please check directly below:
Audio formats supported by Kindle Fire tablets: AAC, MP3, MIDI, OGG, WAV
Video formats supported by Kindle Fire tablets: MP4, VP8, 3GP, WebM, M4V, 3G2
Please pay attention to the specific parameters like video resolution, bitrate, and frame rate for each supported format because the maximum video resolution is 1920*1080, and the maximum frame rate is 30. You can check on Amazon official site for more details.
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Part II. Can I Play Unsupported Files on an Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet?
Absolutely you can! Unsupported sources like Blu-rays, DVDs, AVCHD, AVI, FLV, MOV, WMV, and MPG can be playable on an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet as long as you prepare a Kindle Fire video converter in advance. Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate (iMedia Converter for Mac) can handle all these stuff and convert them to the best formats for Amazon Kindle Fire HDX, Fire HD, Fire, Fire HD Kids Edition, etc.
Part III. Guide to Convert Blu-ray/DVD/AVCHD/AVI/FLV/MOV/WMV for Amazon Kindle Fire Tablets
Step 1. Import Blu-ray/DVD/Video sources
Download the Kindle Fire video converter through the above link. Install and launch it on your computer. Then click “File.”
Step 2. Pick the best format for Kindle Fire tablets
Follow “Android” ＞ “Amazon Kindle Fire HD (*.mp4)” in the format list.
Step 3. Set an output folder
After picking up the right output format for your Kindle Fire tablet, click “Browse” to set an output folder to save the converted video sources.