How to transfer songs/videos from iTunes to Kindle Fire? I am thinking about getting the new Kindle Fire. I just want to know if the videos and songs I have on iTunes will be able to go onto the Kindle.....or do I have to redownload them all? I hope not. After all, I paid all of them and I don’t want to purchase again. So simple question: How to play iTunes songs/movies on Kindle Fire?
If you’re talking about DRM free iTunes songs, then yes. You can just sync iTunes songs to the Kindle Fire. If you're talking about purchased from the iTunes Store (.m4a, m4p, .aac), then no. For these DRM protected music and videos, you're going to have to find some software or online website to convert the files. Though iTunes songs are DRM free now, videos/movies/TV shows from iTunes are still DRMd. Well this article is the step-by-step guide on how to convert/transfer iTunes songs/videos to Kindle Fire easily and effectively. What we use is DRM Media Converter which combines DRM Remover and Media Converter.
Step 1 Add iTunes Files
So, download, install and launch this iTunes to Kindle Fire converter. Locate where your iTunes songs/videos are stored and select those you want to transfer to Amazon tablet and import them to the application. Both videos and music are supported in batches.
Step2 Select the Right Output Format
Kindle Fire accepts MP3 concerning music files and MP4 to videos. Now you may select the format that Kindle Fire reads. For songs and videos, you may hit on “Audio Files to:” or “Video Files to:” respectively and select the right format from the drop-down list.
Step3 Start Removal and Conversion
All set, now you may move to the final click. Hit on “Start” button and this professional program will now remove DRM from iTunes songs/movies and convert them to Kindle Fire format as well.
Step 4 Sync iTunes Files to Kindle Fire
By clicking on “Find Target”, you can find the converted files. Connect your Kindle Fire to the computer and import them into the Kindle Fire. That’s it. Have fun.
1. Kindle Fire Content Formats Supported:
According to Amazon’s official site, Kindle Fire Content Formats Supported including Kindle (AZW), TXT, PDF, unprotected MOBI, PRC natively, Audible (Audible Enhanced (AA, AAX)), DOC, DOCX, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, non-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, OGG, WAV, MP4, VP8.
2. On Removing DRM from iTunes Music Files
Concerning iTunes music files, there are other methods to remove DRM from them. You can use iTunes to burn your DRM'd music to CD and then rip it back. However, if you have many songs on iTunes, we recommend Media Converter to convert in batches. So you don’t have to worry about your time and CDs.