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You got an AVCHD camcorder such as Panasonic HDC-SD9, Sony Handycam HDR-CX550V, Canon Vixia HF S21, Canon HF10, Sanyo Xacti, JVC GZ-HD 10 etc.? It’s a straightforward way to create AVCHD MTS/M2TS files with these HD camcorders.
The brand new Amazon Kindle Fire, iPad’s top rival, comes with a 7" multi-touch gorilla glass display with IPS technology to provide an extra wide viewing angle, making watch videos with a resolution of 1024*600 and a vivid experience.
Kindle Fire is an ideal devices to playback the AVCHD videos! Unfortunately we cannot directly import AVCHD videos to Kindle Fire because it only supports MP4 and VP8 video files. To perfectly playback AVCHD videos on Kindle Fire, we should convert AVCHD to Kindle Fire MP4 with first.
Best solution to fast play AVCHD videos on Kindle Fire
Step 1: Run the installed AVCHD to Kindle Fire program; hit the "Add Files" button to import the AVCHD videos from camcorder.
Step 2: To play AVCHD video on Kindle Fire, choose Amazon Kindle Fire H.264 video(*.mp4) or Amazon Kindle Fire MPEG-4 video(*.mp4) or Amazon Kindle Fire (720p) H.264 video(*.mp4) or Amazon Kindle Fire (1080p) H.264 video(*.mp4) as Profile. If you wanna edit the video files to make your own creative movie, click the “Edit” button and click the “Setting” button to adjust video and audio parameters for the output video.
Step 3: Click the "Start" button to start converting AVCHD videos to Kindle Fire MP4. After that, connect Kindle Fire to your computer, then transfer the converted AVCHD videos to Kindle Fire for playback.