Though you are keen to collect BDs, DVDs, you will find the Blu-ray, DVD discs are too difficult to store not only taking up space in your house, but also they are easy to wear and break. Plus, if you are outside, itís impossible to enjoy your Blu-ray, DVD movies without Blu-ray or DVD player. Well, if youíve got the Kindle Fire HD tablet, things become easy. Why not to put Blu-ray/DVD movies to Kindle Fire HD for playback on the go?

First of all, get the best Mac Blu-ray to Kindle Fire HD Converter, which allows you to rip and convert Blu-ray, DVD to Kindle Fire HD supported video format like .mp4 keeping HD quality on Mac OS X(including the Mac OS X 10.8). By the way, this Blu-ray ripper can also support 3D Blu-ray movies ripping. Now, follows the step-by-step guide on converting Blu-ray, DVD to Kindle Fire HD on Mac.

Step 1: Import your Blu-ray movie or DVD to the excellent Blu-ray Ripper, you can load the entire disc or import from the folders if the movies have been saved as the folder in your hard drive. Moreover, IFO and ISO are also supported.

Step 2: Tap the Format icon to choose the Android > Amazon Kindle Fire H.264(*.mp4) as the export format.

Step 3: Customize the video, audio parameters for your output video in the Profile settings panel to watch Blu-ray/DVD movies on Kindle Fire HD in full screen.

Tips: Best video/audio settings for 7Ē Kindle Fire HD
a. For Blu-ray movies, you can customize the video size as 1280*800 for 7" Kindle Fire HD and set video bitrate as 1000~ 2000kbps to get a relatively small but HD video files.
b. For DVD movies, set the video size as 720*480 is enough due to DVDís original resolution.

Step 4: Select your preferred subtitles for your output videos from the Subtitles option. Press the Convert button to start the Blu-ray/DVD to MP4 for Kindle Fire HD 7 conversion on Mac OS X Lion(Mountain Lion).

When the conversion is done, you can transfer and get Blu-ray/DVD movies on Kindle Fire HD with HD playback easily.
If you wanna an all-in-one tool for DVD, Blu-ray and HD videos transferring to Kindle Fire HD, you can try Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac.