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Easy way to sync iTunes movies or music to Kindle Fire
Situation 1: Music or movies purchased from iTunes store, with DRM-protected.
Before go on the next step, you need to get to rid of DRM-protection firstly.
Situation 2: Home video or songs
It is known to us that the Kindle Fire can accept the following audio file formats like non-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, OGG, WAV. But how about playback AIFF music on Kindle Fire? In the case, you may render to the third-party software-Mac Kindle Fire Video Converter to enable you to play iTunes music on Kindle Fire. Supposed that you try to sync MOV files to Kindle Fire for enjoyment, you have to convert the iTunes MOV to MP4 first before you transfer the videos to the device. If the home movie isn't in MP4 file format, you can use the converter to sync iTunes to Kindle Fire on Mac.
Here is detailed manual for you: how to sync or transfer iTunes movies or music to Kindle Fire:
For preparation: Backup the iTunes movie on desktop. Download the Kindle Fire Video Converter (For Mac)
Note: If you are running on Windows OS, you can get the Windows version of iTunes to Kindle Fire Video Converter.
Then follow the steps:
1. Add iTunes videos to the Mac Video Converter: Click "Add File" to load video to the program. Batch conversion is available for you to do multiple conversion at one time.
2. Choose the output device as "Kindle Fire". Directly select the device under the menu of "Profile". The output video quality can be optimal for the device.
3. Hit "START" to launch the conversion from iTunes to Kindle fire.
When conversion is done, completes, click “Open” to get the output movies. Also, you can choose the "Shut down your Mac when conversion is finished", when you do the conversion while you sleep. Finally, connect the Kindle Fire to your PC with USB cable, and then you can enjoy iTunes videos on Kindle Fire.