How to Convert MOV to Kindle Fire on Mac (Mountain Lion included)
You likely have MOV files on your Mac, and these MOV files may be QuickTime movies, video clips exported from some video editing software like iMovie or FinalCutPro, or footage captured with your digital camera like Kodak, Canon, etc. And now that you have a new Kindle Fire, you want to enjoy all these MOV videos on it ASAP. The step-by-step guide below will tell you just how to get a Video Converter for Mac is necessary for you.
This tutorial mainly focuses on how to convert MOV files to Kindle Fire MP4 format with high video quality easily and effciently. And in this article, I'll introduce a very reliable Mac MOV to Kindle Fire converter. You can use it to convert MOV to Kindle Fire so that you can play and share your MOV files with your family or friends more conveniently.
Step 1: Download, install, run this MOV to Kindle Fire Video Converter for Mac (Mountain Lion included)
Select the right version to download the Mac MOV to Kindle Fire Converter on Mac. After that, install and launch it.
Step 2: Load your MOV files to this program
Import your MOV files by a simple drag-and-drop, or go to File”>”Add Media Files” to load MOV files to this video converter for Mac instead.
Step 3: Choose MP4 H.264 as the output format
Click the format type at the bottom of this program's pane, and then select MP4 in the Video Formats” category. After that, click the gear icon on the upper right of the format. Click on it and set H.264” as its video codec.
Step 4: Edit your MOV files (Optional)
Switch the Merge button on to merge all small-sized video clips into a big one. Also, you can click the pencil icon to trim, crop, cut off video clips or add some cool video effect.
Step 5: Convert MOV to Kindle Fire on Mac (OS X 10.8 included)
Hit the Convert button on the bottom right corner of its interface to convert MOV to Kindle Fire on Mac. And the process is showed as follows:
When the conversion is done, find the converted files on your Mac and then transfer them to the Kindle Fire device. You'll find you can import them smoothly. It's very easy, isn't it?