Posted on Thursday, December 15, 2011 at 5:25 PM
I just have some files that in HD mov format instead of standard format and would like to play them on Kindle Fire, When I tried to transfer them to Kindle Fire it wouldn't work, Are there any updates that anyone knows of that can fix this problem?
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Posted on Saturday, December 10, 2011 at 1:26 AM
I just download some videos from YouTube and need some so i can watch animes with my Kindle Fire in the car, so i can get more animes finished. I know there is a prgram out there (i think it is called Youtube to Kindle Fire Converter or something like that), but I am wondering what is a good program to use? If possible one that converts into both music and video clips. thanks very much!
As we know, YouTube is the largest video sharing sites in the world and most of us go to YouTube website to watch YouTube videos. Many of us may downloaded YouTube animations/videos from Pencil or Jing and want to transfer them to in order to some tablets like Kindle Fire for easy view. While Kindle Fire only supports video files like MP4/H.264 videos, it can playback YouTube smoothly. Therefore, you are essential to convert YouTube videos to MP4/H.264 etc for playback videos on Kindle Fire perfectly...