March 21th, 2015 by Smile Harney
We all know that Amazon Fire TV is a digital media player and microconsole which can allow you to watch numerous Prime Instant movies and TV episodes free on Fire TV provided that your are a Amazon Prime membership. But sometimes we do want to play some videos or audios from our mobile phones or local computers on Fire TV. When transferring videos or audios to Fire TV for playback, the videos or audios must be in formats like following:
So if your videos or audios are not included in the above lists like MKV, FLV, VOB, AVI, WMV, MOV, VOB, RMVB, AVCHD, MTS, FLAC, APE etc, you need to convert it to Amazon Fire TV supported one in the above lists, for which you will need a workable Amazon Fire TV Video Converter. Here we recommend iDealshare VideoGo.
The following words will take converting MKV to Amazon Fire TV for an example, and it also applies to convert any Amazon Fire TV unsupported video or audio into Amazon Fire TV supported video or audio.
Click "Add file" button to add MKV file or any video or audio you want to play in Amazon Fire TV to iDealshare VideoGo. iDealshare VideoGo can also convert multiple MKV files simultaneously, so you can add many MKV files to iDealshare VideoGo.
Click "Profile" button to select H.264 or other Amazon Fire TV supported video format as the final output format.
Click "Convert" button to finish converting MKV to Amazon Fire TV supported H.264.
With iDealshare VideoGo you can watch any video or audio from internet or shot by your own camcorders or mobile phones on Amazon Fire TV.