MOV file is a QuickTime media container format. That is, it can store audio and video data, and many users want to know how to watch quicktime movies or .mov movies on their Kindle Fire. So this guide will show how to convert MOV to Kindle Fire on Mac (Lion included) with Video Converter for Mac, And the most important step is to convert QuickTime MOV videos to Kindle Fire supported video format

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To install it, simply mount the .dmg archive by double-clicking it, and copy the application to your applications folder (or wherever you want).

Step 1. Add MOV file(s) to Kindle Fire Video Converter for Mac.

Drag MOV files to the Kindle Fire Video Converter for Mac or click the Media Browser icon at the upper right corner to import MOV files. This MOV to Kindle Fire Video Converter supports batch conversion so you can convert several files in one go. BTW, if you wanna combine these MOV files into one file, you can check "Merge".

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Step 2. Apply the Kindle Fire supported output profile

iFunia MOV to Kindle Fire Video Converter has a big volume offering of output profiles for all kinds of video formats. Users may easily locate the profile by the description in comparison with their needs.

Amazon Kindle Fire playable media formats:
Movie, TV and video files in MP4, H.264 video codec, 854*480 resolution, 30fps, 2000 kbps bitrate, VP8 file formats.
Music and audio files in AAC, MP3, MIBI, OGG, WAV Lossless.

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Step 3. Start MOV to Kindle Fire conversion on Mac OS X

Click "Start" to begin MOV to Kindle Fire video conversion. The converting progress bar shows you how much of the encoding is completed. If you want your videos to be more amazing, you can set video resolution, bite rate, codec and frame rate to get perfect output videos, as well as edit the MOV video files by trimming, cropping and adding special effects and watermarks.