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Best Solution for Streaming iTunes movies to Amazon Fire TV

Amazon Fire TV refers to two generations of digital media players and microconsoles developed by Amazon.com. It is a small network appliance and entertainment device designed to stream digital audio/video content to a high-definition television. The second generation has the same interface and works the same way with the first-generation Fire TV. The main difference is support for 4K content.

The Second generation of Amazon Fire TV

The second generation has also changed the Wi-Fi and upgraded to dual-band 802.11ac, and there's now a microSD slot on the rear so you can add to the 8GB of internal storage. With instant access to Netflix, Amazon Video, HBO NOW, Hulu, and more, you're sure to find something you love. Watch live TV with Sling TV, which includes ESPN, AMC, HGTV, TNT, Food Network, ABC Family, and more. You can install Plex and VLC for streaming 4K content you have on a NAS or on your microSD card.

Part 1. Convert iTunes M4V videos to Amazon Fire TV

With Amazon Fire TV devices, you can access to a lot of media apps - but not include iTunes. That's because movies and TV Shows you purchased or rented from iTunes Store are protected by Apple DRM copyright protection. Due to DRM, you can't play iTunes videos on non-apple devices. If you want to watch iTunes movies on Fire TV, you should remove DRM and convert iTunes movies to plain video formats the Amazon Fire TV supported. M4V Conerter Plus for Mac (or M4V Converter Plus for Win) is recommended for you. It is a professional DRM removal software and iTune protected M4V Converter.

With a simple and clean user-interface, M4V Converter Plus can easily strip DRM protection from iTunes media files by converting them to unprotected MP4, 3PG, AVI, FLV, etc. It allows you to convert iTunes movies to various popular players, including iPhone, PS4, Xbox, Samsung Galaxy series, Google Pixcel and other more. It is extremely professional iTunes converting software with fast conversion speed and high output quality. Follow these general steps of converting iTunes movies to Amazon Fire TV.

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Interface of M4V Converter Plus for Mac

Step 1. Download M4V Converter Plus for Mac.

First, download the program on your Mac and install it. And then launch the program, you will see the user interface.

Import iTunes videos to the program

Step 2. Import iTunes movies or TV shows as you need.

Directly drag and drop iTunes movies you want to the program to the main window, or click Add Movies button to select target files from iTunes library.

set MP4 as output format

Step 3. Choose a suitable output format for Amazon Fire TV.

After iTunes videos added, you can select a suitable output format for Fire TV. M4V Converter Plus currently supports converting DRM-ed M4V to MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, FLV, MP3, AAC, etc. Here we choose Same as source for mp4 from Convert to profile list.

Start converting protected M4V files to MP4

Step 4. Start the conversion progress.

Finally, click Convert button, iTunes to Amazon Fire TV conversion will begin automatically. A few minutes later, you will find the converted iTunes files in the Converted Movies folder.

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Part 2. Stream iTunes movies to Amazon Fire TV

stream iTunes movies via Plex for playing on Amazon Fire TV

1. Install Plex Media Server on your Mac. Sign in your old account or sign up for a new account.

2. Name your server. And it will find all of your video files on the computer.

3. Search for the Plex app on your Fire Stick TV, install and launch it. Click Sign In and use the same credentials you created when you set up your server, now you are instantly connected to your media collection. You can find the converted iTunes files and play them at will.

Note: VLC for Fire is also capable of picking up the converted iTunes files made available on a home network, it supports for all the most common file types.

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