Here are 8 best video players for Kindle Fire HDX, which can be installed on Kindle Fire (the first and second generation) and Kindle Fire HD as well. Most of these movie playing apps can be free download from Amazon appstore. For those unavailable on Amazon, the app APK download links and how-to-install tutorial are given as well.
MX Player is the best reviewed video player app for Android (on Google PLay), easy to use and functions perfectly. Hardware acceleration (H/W decoder) and multi-core decoding are provided for more fluent playing. Other features include pinch-to-zoom, kids lock and subtitle scroll. Subtitle support is another advantage of MX Player. Supported subtitle formats include DVD, DVB, SSA/ASS, SubStation Alpha, SAMI, SubRip, MicroDVD, SubViewer2.0, MPL2, PowerDivX, TMPlayer, etc. If you fail to play MP4 or other videos on your Kindle Fire HDX, you can download and install free MX Player Codec (ARMv7) APK (188.8.131.52).
VPlayer Video Player is a rarely versatile video player app supporting HW/SW codecs, subtitles in multi formats (similar to), various transports and many old AVI playback. Users can definitely use this app to playback 1080p videos on the Kindle Fire HDX (7" and 8.9") or Nexus 7 2013. Kindle Fire HD owners are able to play 720p videos on their tablets. After the 7-day free try, you may have to purchase an unlocker app to unlock the app, however.
What's more, you can also install free Vitamio Plugin ARMv6 on your Kindle Fire HDX to help decode audio/video codes(vid) and play embedded/external subtitles. For those who are used to Real Player, there is also a release for Kindle Fire HDX tablet. To play movies in full screen, you can check out Android Media Player, which is not provided by Amazon store, but you can google for it within Kindle's browser and download the APK installation file.
If you want to play YouTube videos on Kindle Fire HDX, you can consider installing free YouTube viewer or Freedi free video (YouTube) downloader app. Or try this standalone YouTube downloader to download YouTube videos to your Mac or PC, then transfer to Kindle Fire HDX and play.
Note: If you can't download ES File Manager from Amazon, search for "ES File Manager APK free download" with the built-in browser on the Kindle Fire HDX, download and install.
People who are living outside of US and have no access to Amazon appstore, can also use the APK search method to download and install video apps on Kindle Fire tablets. If you know any other free & easy-to-use Kindle Fire HDX video player app, please feel free to share your experience with us by dropping a comment below.
Here is a list of sites to download free movies for iPad (Air) and Mini (including 1080p), which works on Kindle Fire HDX as well. Head to the sites, first download the movies to your PC or Mac, then copy the movies to your Kindle Fire HDX via the USB cable. Make sure the transferred movie format & codec is supported by the video player you installed. Use this one-stop Video Converter Ultimate to convert video formats if necessary.
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At ×20 viewing magnification and 100% scale, the full-screen viewing areas were 0.47, 0.88, 1.81, and 1.42 mm2, respectively (Table), for the 4 monitors tested (24-inch at 1080p, 27-inch at 1440p, 32-inch at 4K, and 38-inch at 3840 × 1660). For a 1080p monitor, at least 3 screen views were needed to see a 1-mm2 ROI; for a 1440p monitor, more than 1 screen view was needed; and for 4K and 3840 × 1600 monitors, only 1 screen view was needed.
At ×10 viewing magnification and 100% scale, the viewing areas on full screen were 1.88, 3.52, 7.24, and 5.68 mm2, respectively, at 1080p, 1440p, 4K, and 3840 × 1600 resolutions; these areas were 4 times the viewing areas at ×20 viewing magnification.
With digital viewers, as with microscopes, the higher the viewing magnification, the smaller the visual field. A monitor with a higher resolution can display a larger visual field for a given viewing magnification. Of the monitors we tested, the 32-inch monitor with 4K resolution is optimal for counting mitotic figures with a 1-mm2 region for melanoma. The 38-inch monitor with 3840 × 1600 resolution is fairly uncommon, although it is almost as good as the 4K monitor in terms of counting time. The 1440p monitor is a good alternative considering its reasonable counting efficiency and low cost. The 1080p monitor is not optimal given the significantly longer counting time. It should be pointed out that monitor size is also a major factor to consider. With a given resolution (4K, for example), larger screen dimension increases the size of native pixels and makes images appear larger, similar to the experience of watching a movie on a cell phone versus the large screen of a movie theater. Our experience shows that on a 27-inch monitor at 100% scale and 4K resolution, the text interface is almost unreadable, and consequently the display scale has to be increased to 150%, which decreases the viewing area by 55% and diminishes the advantage of the 4K resolution. Therefore, at 4K resolution, monitors with a 32-inch screen or larger are justified. A 27-inch monitor is a practical size at 1440p resolution, however, for achieving good image quality and text readability, based on our experience.
An appropriate reading environment may be beneficial to improving the efficiency of mitotic counting. In our study, the counting time through conventional microscopy was longer than those achieved via WSI with 1440p, 4K, and 3840 × 1600 monitors, but similar to that with a 1080p monitor. Interestingly, one previous study reported the mitotic counting time for WSI was longer than that of conventional microscopy22 ; the authors explained that cumbersome software requiring multiple mouse clicks for annotating one mitotic figure and the lack of a counter tool may have contributed to the longer counting time. With our digital pathology software, one mitotic figure can be marked with a single mouse click, and there is no need to manually count mitotic figures. The 4K and 3840 × 1600 monitors used in our study were able to reduce mouse scroll and clicks because they are able to cover more than 1 mm2 of ROI on one full screen. In addition, our pathologists were experienced with WSI. All the above may have facilitated the counting process and helped shorten the counting time. It is worth mentioning that the time needed for reviewing WSI is also dependent upon the speed of the Internet, as it takes time for digital images to be uploaded to the user terminal from the pathology database.7 2b1af7f3a8