More and more people prefer to choose external hard drive to free up their device's space, or backup their video, audio, photos and other files, or share with their friends. While you find a good movie or TV show on Amazon Prime Video, and want to copy to external hard drive so as to backup it or share with your family, how to do?
Amazon Video Downloads Limits
As you know, users can stream up to 4K Max videos from Amazon Prime Video. You can open the Prime Video app on your device , head to Settings> Stream Download> Stream Quality. You should see several quality options, Good, Better, Best, or Highest Quality options to choose, and just select a quality option you would like to set. While you are able to download the 4K videos from Amazon Prime Video app, these offline videos will take up too much space, and your computer would not have enough space to save. Therefore an external hard drive is necessary.
However when you try to move these downloaded folder from the app to external hard drive, something goes wrong. None downloaded titles seem readable and playable, for the Amazon prime video's limits. You can only follow its rules to play and watch these videos on its app and you can't move them.
There are also some other limits about Amazon Downloads. For example, you can download available titles to only two devices at one time. If you have already downloaded a title to two devices, you will need to delete it from one of them before downloading to another device. For downloaded videos, you'll typically have 30 days to begin watching the video after you download it and once you start watching it, you'll typically have 48 hours to finish watching it.
[Solution] Amazon Prime Video Downloader
It looks it's impossible to use its built-in downloading function. So we turn to ask Kigo Amazon Prime Video Downloader to help. Kigo Amazon Prime Video Downloader is designed to help Windows users or Mac users download movies, TV series and documentaries from Amazon video or Prime video to computer and save to MP4 or MKV format with up to 1080p quality kept. You can also retain the subtitles and multi-language audio tracks while downloading. And the downloaded Amazon videos can be playable on VLC media player, Windows Media Player and transferred to external hard drive, SD card, USB drive and so on with more freedom. And there is no need to worry about the above download limits at all.
Steps to Download Amazon Videos and Transfer to External Hard Drive
First of all, you can download and install the latest version of Amazon Prime Video Downloader by clicking the above button on you computer
Step 1. Run Amazon Video Downloader and Settings.
Click to run the program on PC. Before you add videos, you can click the "Settings" icon on the upper right corner of the screen to set the video format, video quality, the language of audio tracks and subtitles and so on. Besides, in the "Account Settings" part, please choose the website you are using to access Amazon Prime Video.
Step 2. Add Amazon Videos.
The program supports various methods to add videos. As you like, you can copy or drag and drop video link to the program. You can also search the videos you want to download and add.
Step 3. Start Downloading Amazon Videos.
Now click the "Download" button to start to download Amazon movies or TV shows to MP4 or MKV format with high quality.
Step 4. Transfer Downloaded Amazon Videos to External Hard Drive.
After the downloading, you can click on Library to find the downloaded Amazon videos on your computer. Click the folder icon to locate to find the downloaded videos and copy or drag and drop them to external hard drive. Now you can enjoy the videos via external hard drive anytime and anywhere.
It will be a wise choice to use external hard drives to store videos and other large files. And with the help of Kigo Amazon Video Downloader, you save more videos with 1080p and so on to external hard drives as you like.
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