With Kindle Fire, you can purchase films and TV shows from Amazon’s store, stream movies from Netflix, and dig through a trove of free movie and TV content during your one-month trial membership to Amazon Prime. But if you wanna loading your own movies and playing them on Kindle Fire even when there’s no Internet connection, well, it’s easier than you think, but the process does seem to new users – especially if you’re new to Android devices.
In this Video Tutorial How-To (from CNET), it show you how to transfer movies file to Amazon Kindle Fire, and where to locate them once they’re on your tablet (hint: the videos file not in the Video menu but in Gallery from Apps).
Please note, you can not put the movies or TV shows you’ve purchased from Apple’s iTunes store to Kindle Fire directly, you need to use a professional DRM Removal software to remove DRM protection to compatibles with Kindle Fire. The techniques described here work on unprotected and protected video content (Remove DRM first by using DRM Removal), such as home movies, iTunes M4V movies, iTunes M4p musics, video downloads (including video podcasts), and any unprotected digital video from other sources.