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Decrypt rip and view Blu-ray movies on Kindle Fire HDX 8.9

KDE - Jan 22 2014
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Question:Amazon has moved on to tablets powered by their own variant of Android. The latest tablet is the HDX 8.9. The most beautiful part is to stream Blu-ray movies to Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 for the fantastic Dolby stereo sound, 8.9" display with high resolution (2560×1600), and stunning color reproduction. It comes in a 16GB/32GB/64 GB version so you don't need to worry about the storage. Unfortunately, the ideal HD video player doesn't play all types of movies and it has no Blu-ray drive or Blu-ray Player, which makes it necessary to convert unsupported video fires and Blu-ray movies for playback, such as H.264 MP4.

Good news! Aunsoft January sale offers Blu-ray Ripper and DVD Ripper with biggest discount up to 50% off. The Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate, which can rip Blu-ray/DVD movies to Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 default HD MP4 with AAC audio Codec and Dolby stereo sound are also available with free Final Mate. (Final Mate is the perfect parterner for the capability of saving videos with special memories that recorded by camcorders onto DVDs.) As we know, HDX 8.9 is a great media player which supports a lot of formats including files with MP4, VP8, H.263 as video format and MP3, WAV, eAAC+, AC3, OGG as audio format. Exactly, the Ulitmate is multiple formats supported conversion tool, if you need to transcode camera recordings or rip/burn Blu-ray/DVDs, it can handles well. Besides, the built-in editor tool of Ultimate allows you to deinterlace, trim, crop, join, split video file with one click.

Below is a simple step-by-step guide to Blu-ray to Kindle Fire 8.9 MP4 ripping software with 5.1 channel. With advanced technology and clear interface, the Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate provides the effective and efficient timesaving conversion with only 3 or 4 steps.

This conversion program can be easily found via Google with keywords "Aunsoft blu-ray video converter ultimate".

For Mac users, you can turn to Mac version-iMedia Converter for Mac.

Step1. Load Blu-ray/DVD Movies or Blu-ray/DVD Folder.

Insert the Blu-ray disc to Blu-ray-Rom as the source file. Click "load files". You can also drag & drop directly. "Copy the entire disc" is for 1:1 digital copy the original file with the same content.

Her Click the Subtitle option and you choose the prefer language you want from the drop-down list. You can select forced subtitle. The program can hard burn the selected subtitle for you can enjoy movies with hard-burned subtitles.

Step2. Choose default MP4 as output format.

Click "Format" drop-down list to locate all the profile; choose "HD Video > HD MPEG-4/H.264 AVC Video (.mp4)" as output format. This option offers H.264 video profile optimized for Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9. You can also directly enter "Vivo" in the search bar, even faster.

Step3: Conversion.

Click "Conversion" icon that the program will rip Blu-ray movies to Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 MP4. With just a click on "Open output folder", you can locate the export MP4 quickly.

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