3GP to Kindle Fire HD converter - Play 3GP videos on Kindle Fire HD smoothly

3GP is based on the structure of MPEG-4 Part 14, otherwise known as MP4. 3GP was designed to reduce the overhead in terms of storage and bandwidth to allow video files that could be handled by smartphones. 

Many mobile phones can even shoot HD 3GP video from HTC Desire HD, HTC Wildfire S, HTC Sensation etc. They're of small volume and simple to transmit, so you can send or receive video of this format easily. Would you like to import these 3GP format movies to the newly purchased Kindle Fire HD in order to enjoy them in your free time? If so, then follow this post to get a simple solution to convert 3GP to Kindle Fire and enjoy 3GP movies on Kindle Fire now. 

You will need try a third-party Kindle Fire HD Video Converter software for help, don't need to feel headache anymore. It helps you convert 3GP video to Kindle Fire MP4 format with perfect output file quality. 

Guide: Convert 3GP videos to Kindle Fire HD 

Install Pavtube Video Converter for Windows | Video Converter for Mac 

Step 1. Click “Add Video” to load 3GP video files. 


Step 2. Click “Format” bar and select “Android>>Amazon Kindle Fire H.264 (*.mp4)” format for Kindle Fire HD 7/Kindle Fire HD 8.9 to playback. 


Tip: You may further click “Settings” to custom video quality or download profile-patch(Windows only) for Kindle Fire HD 8.9. 

Step 3. Press “Convert” to start converting 3GP videos to Kindle Fire HD 7/8.9. 

Step 4. After conversion completes click the "Open" button to find the converted files. You can then transfer videos to Kindle Fire HD from PC via USB connection. 


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