Is it possible to put movies you bought in iTunes on your kindle fire? I really want to put my movies that I bought on iTunes on to my Kindle Fire.

Apple’s DRM doesn’t allow the movies to be played on devices that aren’t running iOS. So you cannot transfer movies from iTunes to Kindle Fire for playback directly. You need to remove DRM from iTunes movies first. When you get the DRM free video files, you can then transfer them to Kindle Fire and play them without restriction.

To remove DRM from iTunes video and convert iTunes movies to Kindle Fire supported vdeo files (e.g. MP4), the ideal tool is DRM Media Converter (Windows ) or iTunes Video Converter (Mac). In this post, let me focus on how to convert iTunes movies to MP4 files on Windows.

How to Transfer iTunes Movies to Kindle Fire?

1. Import iTunes movies files

Download and install DRM Media Converter onto your computer.

Download DRM Media Converter

Launch DRM Media Converter. Load iTunes video files by clicking the “Add…” button. (You can also choose “Find DRM” to automatically load all DRM protected files on your hard drive.) Batch conversion is supported to save time, so you can add multiple files at once.

convert iTunes movies to Kindle Fire

2. Select output format and output folder

According to Amazon’s official site, Kindle Fire supported video and audio formats include: non-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, OGG, WAV, MP4, VP8. So here you can choose MP4 as the output video format. And also don’t forget to choose a folder to save the converted files.

3. Start to convert iTunes movies to MP4 files

After finishing all the settings, you can now click the “Start” button to begin removing iTunes DRM and converting iTunes videos to Kindle Fire. When the conversion is done, you can get Kindle Fire supported video files on your destination folder.

Then connect your Kindle Fire to computer with a USB and transfer the files to it. In this way, you can play iTunes video on Amazon Kindle Fire with ease!

About Kindle Fire

The Kindle Fire is a tablet computer version of’s Kindle e-book reader. It has a color 7″ multi-touch display with IPS technology and runs on a forked version of Google’s operating system (OS) Android. It includes access to the Amazon Appstore, streaming movies and TV shows, and Kindle’s e-books.

The content formats supported by Kindle Fire include 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.