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“I want to load some MOV files onto my Kindle Fire for watching on the go. Does it play the MOV format? When I put the videos in the “video” directory on the Kindle Fire via file transfer through my PC, the Fire says there are no videos on the Device. Should the format be something else?”

Well, Kindle File only supports videos in H.263 (.3gp, .mp4), H264 AVC (.3gp, .mp4), MPEG 4 SP/ASP (.3gp), VP8 (.webm) formats. So, if you need to watch MOV videos on Kindle Fire, you need to convert MOV videos to a Kindle Fire supported format with Enolsoft Video Converter.

What is Enolsoft Video Converter?

Enolsoft Video Converter is all-in-one video converting tool which helps you to convert between all common video formats (AVI, WMV, MOV, M4V, FLV MKV etc.) for playing back on many popular devices such as Kindle Fire, iPad mini, iPhone 5S, etc. In addition, you can also extract audio tracks from MOV videos to Kindle Fire MP3 audio formats.

Step 1, Download & install Enolsoft Video Converter

Download and install Enolsoft Video Converter (Mac Version). When the installation is completed, run it and then click the “+” icon or simply drag-n-drop your MOV files to its interface to import MOV videos. PC users, get Windows version here


Step 2, Edit videos (Optional)

Edit the selected MOV videos by click the “gear-like” icon. You can either trim to set the start time and duration for only convert the desired parts, crop to remove black edges, add text or image watermark to declare copyright or adjust the contrast and brightness and apply to some special effects to personalize your videos. Besides, you also can select preferred subtitles and audiotrack or load external subtitles as you like. Most of all, you even can convert to 3D videos with 4 types of 3D effects.


Step 3, Select Kindle Fire supported format as output formats

Simple click the “Output Format” column to select a Kindle Fire supported format from the format drop-down list such as “Amazon Kindle Fire (1080p) H.264 Video (*.mp4)”.

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Step 4, Start converting MOV video to Kindle Fire Format

Click the button “Convert” to start MOV video to kindle Fire conversion on Mac.


  1. You can specify output path by click the “output” column.
  2. Take a snapshot of your favorite video screenshot by click the camera-like icon and then save them as JPG picture files.
  3. Customize the output Kindle Fire video and audio parameters like codec, resolution, bitrate and channel etc. by click the gear-like icon in the bottom of format setting box .

Step 5: Transfer the converted MOV videos to Kindle Fire

Sync the Kindle Fire to your PC, open the folder where you have stored the converted MOV videos and then transfer them to your Kindle Fire.

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