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Amazon Kindle Fire supported video&audio formats

What best video, movie & audio formats will the new Kindle Fire play / support?


With 18 million movies, TV shows, songs, magazines, and books the Amazon Kindle Fire will truly transform the way we watch movies or TV serials and other media content. So before the device is shipped to your house, let's learn what is the Kindle Fire supported video and audio format, and also prepare (download, create, convert) some movies, video clips and music which can be played on it.

Will Kindle Fire offer great experience to watch videos and listen to music?

Yes. Designed to give you a better movie enjoy experience. The Amazon Kindle Fire is small enough to fit in your purse and light enough to hold in just one hand, Movies come alive on a 7" vibrant color touchscreen that delivers 16 million colors in high resolution. 


What is the Kindle Fire supported video and audio format?

Audio: AAC, MP3, MIDI, OGG, WAV,
Video: MP4, VP8


What is the Best Kindle Fire video formats for playback?

Video Encoder: H.264, Audio Encoder: AAC
Resolution: 800*480 , Video Bitrate: 2500 kbps


YouTube live on Kindle Fire

YouTube has been re-encoding the videos with advance H.264 codec which was a format supported by Kindle Fire. There will be 10,000 videos available for the Kindle Fire. All YouTube movies, video clips can be played on Kindle Fire by the time you receive it. What's more, with a free YouTube downloader you can download all the YouTube videos for offline Kindle Fire enjoyment.


Encode your home made DVD movies to Kindle Fire

If you have lots of family Mini DV videos, DVD collections or some encrypted DVD movies which cannot play on the Kindle Fire, just transfer them to your computer, free download DVD Ripper for Mac  and convert your movie collection to the Kindle Fire movie/music formats with ease.


Convert video to Kindle Fire supported video format.

The limited video format supported by Kindle Fire, and the limited content availability of it outside of the U.S. meant that just about any content that you want to view on these devices is going to require some type of conversion process. To put videos on Kindle Fire you can convert your own videos to Kindle Fire supported video format with video encoders, since more options are now available for both the viewing and encoding of videos, but with these changes come more considerations about how to encode video for the best possible viewing experience on Kindle Fire, So you'd better choose the one that supports converting high definition videos without any quality loss.