Put Blu-ray/DVD Movie to Amazon Fire 7 (2017) Kids Tablet For Enjoyment

Amazon’s $49.99 Fire 7 (8GB) is still the best tablet under $50, by a long shot. It’s particularly good as a portable video player, and it’s also a shoo-in for a child’s first tablet. With big bezels clad in a matte plastic housing in colorful black, blue, red, or yellow, the Fire 7 comes in both 8 and 16GB models. Its screen is quite bright for an ultra-low-cost tablet, and although it has a bit of a blue tint to the whites, that didn’t bother me in video playback. For people who have large collection of Blu-ray/DVD disc, it would be a good idea to transfer all your favorite movies to watch on Fire 7 when you are going out for a trip with your kids. However, the Amazon Fire 7 (2017) Kids Tablet gets no optical drive to read the Blu-ray/DVD disc. Any solution?

Watch Blu-ray/DVD Movies on Amazon Fire 7 (2017) Kids Tablet

Fortunately, there are many Blu-ray/DVD Ripper application on the market, Pavtube BDMagic (Review) can be your economical and reliable choice since it combines the function of Blu-ray ripping and DVD ripping function together. With the program, you can easily rip/convert both Blu-ray/DVD to Amazon Fire 7 (2017) Kids Tablet playable video format and codec listed as below:

Video Codecs
Audio Codecs
Features and Formats

H.263: D (HW) baseline, 1080P@30fps

H.264 AVC: D (HW) High profile, L4.1 1080p@30FPS, E (HW)

H.265 HEVC: D(HW) Main Profile L4 1080p@30FPS

MPEG2: D (SW) 1080P@30FPS

MPEG4: D (HW) Advanced Simple Profile@L5 1080P@30FPS

VP8: D (SW)

VP9: n/a


HE AAC v1, HE AAC v2, AAC ELD, OPUS, MIDI, Vorbis: D (SW)


 MP3: D (HW)

 EAC3: D (Dolby)

 EAC3 JOC: D (Dolby)




In addition, we know Kindle Fire 7 (2017) storage is only 8GB or 16GB, it’s not enough for you to store many video files. In such case, you can compress the video replated parameters for smaller video size, For example: Adjust the 4K video resolution to HD video resolution, adjust the video frame rate, video bitrate, etc. You also can Trim the video and remove the clips you don’t want. Can’t wait to try? Download the best tool by clicking the buttons below:

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How to Transfer and Watch Blu-ray/DVD Movies on Fire 7 (2017) Kids Tablet?

Step 1. Import Blu-ray/DVD sources

Click “File” > “load from disc” to load Blu-ray/DVD disc to the program, when both Blu-ray or DVD disc exists, the program will load DVD disc first. Also you can load the Blu-ray and DVD disc image, or folder to this video converter.

Step 2. Pick the best format for Fire 7 (2017) Kids Tablet

Since MP4 is Kindle Fire 7 favourite video format, you can click "Format" and choose “Amazon Kindle Fire HD (*.mp4)” from “Android” category. You also can choose H.264 HD MP4 in “HD Video” category.

Pick output file format

Step 3: Adjust output video resolution

Click "Settings" and adjust the vide and audio parameters easily. You can adjust the video and audio codec, you also can adjust the video resolution, for example: Compress the 4K to 1080p for Fire 7 (2017) Kids Tablet by adjusting the video resolution to 1920*1080p. For smaller video size, you also can reduce the video frame rate, video bitrate, etc. Don’t mind the video quality, just go a little lower.

Step 4. Start video to Amazon Kindle Fire 7 (2017) conversion

After all settings, click “Convert” to start conversion from Blu-ray/DVD to Amazon Fire 7 (2017) Kids Tablet. The converting duration depends on the size of the file you want to convert. After the conversion, you will get no problem to transfer and enjoy Blu-ray/DVD movies on Amazon Fire 7 (2017) Kids Tablet.

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