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How to download movies from Amazon Prime for offline viewing

Amazon Prime subscribers have access to a vast library of movies and shows available for streaming, but what can you do if you’re going to be without a good internet connection and want to catch up on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel? Whether you’ve got a long flight ahead of you or are going to be stranded in a cabin in the woods for the weekend, you can rest easy &#; it&#;s possible to download Amazon Prime videos (some of them, anyway) for offline watching. Here’s how.

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The process

Step 1: Install the Prime Video app and log in

First of all, you’ll need a subscription to Amazon Prime. Also, you&#;ll need the Prime Video app, meaning you’ll need a compatible Fire, Android, or iOS device. Once installed, launch the app and sign in to your Amazon Prime account.

Step 2: Select a video

Next, select a film or show that you want to download and open the video details. Note that not all videos are available for download, and you can only download content if you are in certain areas (the U.S., for example). Once you’ve chosen a movie or show, tap the Download button &#; for shows, you can also download individual episodes.

Step 3: Choose where to save the file

If you have an SD card in your phone, you’ll be asked to decide whether you want to download the video to it or use your phone&#;s internal storage. Keep in mind that video files can get quite large, so if possible, you may want to install an SD card. SanDisk just launched one that holds a terabyte of data &#; that&#;s a lot of entertainment.

Step 4: Choose the video quality

Next, choose your desired video quality. The higher the quality, the larger the file size. Tap Start Download.

Step 5: Browse your downloads

To browse the films and shows you&#;ve previously downloaded, select the My Stuff button on the bottom.

Your downloaded titles will appear here. Tap the one you want, then tap Watch Now.

Although the Prime Video app is only available for mobile devices such as tablets and phones, you can still watch downloaded content on a bigger screen. Here&#;s how:

Casting your content

Step 1: Hit &#;Watch On&#;

If you wish to do so, select the video you want to watch, then tap the More button.

Then, select Watch On.

Step 2: Choose a location

The app will then check for devices that you can cast the video, such as a Fire TV stick.

How much space do I need?

The storage needed for a file depends on the quality. We downloaded the film Annihilation at the Best quality setting, and it took up 1GB of storage, while at Good quality (the second-lowest), it took up a mere MB. Season 1 of The Wire, 13 episodes in all, took up GB when downloaded on Good quality.

What&#;s available?

Amazon states that only select titles are available for download. In our time browsing the Prime Video selections, every title available to Prime subscribers that we looked at was downloadable. Users can count on Amazon originals to be available for download, ostensibly. Typically, users can only download videos while in the U.S. and U.S. territories, although once you&#;ve downloaded them, you can watch while abroad.

How do I delete titles?

Deleting a single title

Step 1: To delete a single film, go to your My Stuff section, find the film you want to delete, and tap the Three Dots.

Step 2: Next, tap Delete Download.

Deleting a show

Step 1: To delete an entire show, go to Downloads, find the show you want to delete, and tap Edit.

Step 2: Tap the Circle next to the show, then tap Delete.

To delete individual episodes

Step 1: Go to Downloads, find the show where you want to delete episodes, and tap the Arrow icon.

Step 2: Find the episode you want to delete and tap the Three Dots, then tap Delete.

Downloading content from Amazon Prime is a convenient feature, but there are a few drawbacks. Amazon won’t let you download content to a PC or laptop, and some titles come with time restrictions to watch them. You won’t be able to keep any of the titles you downloaded if you cancel your subscription. It’s still a useful feature if you want to catch up on your favorite shows without eating through your phone’s data plan or dealing with a slow internet connection. 

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If you're not using Netflix, the chances are that you've got Amazon Prime Video instead. Prime Video is part of the Amazon Prime package, but if you don't have Prime, you can get Prime Video itself as a standalone subscription.

Try a day free trial of Amazon Prime or a day free trial of Prime Video if you aren't subscribed yet.

Whether you subscribe for the exclusive TV shows or simply to keep your kids entertained with cartoons, there's plenty you can do to get the most out of Amazon Prime Video, including downloading Prime Video shows and movies to any device. Here's everything you need to know about doing it.

Streaming vs. Watching Amazon Prime Video Offline

Amazon Prime Video is available on a vast selection of devices, including phones, tablets, games consoles, Blu-ray players, and even smart TVs. Amazon's various Fire TV products also offer the service, and we've shown how to watch Prime Video on the Apple TV.

Having the option to stream video is great, but there are times when doing so is inconvenient. This invariably involves travel. With no internet connection, you cannot stream video. So what's the answer?

Fortunately, the Amazon Video app on Fire tablets, as well as Android and iOS devices, enables you to download movies. TV shows are also covered by this feature.

How to Download Amazon Prime Videos on Fire Tablets

If you own an Amazon Fire tablet, you won't need to install an app to enjoy Amazon Prime videos. The library is right there in the home screen, ready to access at any time.

To download a video, browse to it. If it's included within the Prime package, you'll be able to stream or download immediately; otherwise, you'll need to purchase it. Once the movie or TV show is available to you, find the Download button.

TV shows can be downloaded as seasons (storage space permitting) or individually on a per-episode basis. You'll find the download button for this option next to each episode.

Choosing to download prompts a choice: how big do you want the download to be? This will depend on your device's storage capacity, and what picture quality you're happy with. The bigger the file, the better the picture quality. Once the choice is made, your download will begin. When it's done, you'll be ready to watch the downloaded Amazon video offline.

How to Download Amazon Prime Movies on Android

To enjoy downloaded Amazon Prime movies on your Android device, find the Amazon Prime Video app in Google Play. Once installed, sign into the app and start browsing for videos.

(Note that if you have other Amazon apps on your device, these will sign you into Amazon Prime Video automatically.)

If you have an existing account, you should be able to find your watch list. Otherwise, browse the movies and TV shows to find something you want. Once added to your library, you'll be able to download the movie, show, or entire season to your device, just as with the Amazon Fire tablet.

How to Download Amazon Prime Movies on iOS

The process is just as simple for iOS users, who should find the Amazon Prime Video app in the App Store.

Once downloaded and installed, sign into the app with your usual credentials and start browsing. When you've found the television show or movie you want to download, open it, and tap the Download button. Again, with TV shows, the option to download full seasons and individual episodes is present.

By default, downloads are set to the highest quality. Should you have an iPhone or iPad struggling with low storage, the best option here is to tap the app Settings button, open Download Quality and adjust the quality between Good, Better, and Best. Obviously, the higher the quality is, the larger the downloaded file will be.

After this short and simple process, you're then ready to enjoy the movie on the go. Don't forget to take a good pair of earphones with you to get the best mobile movie watching experience possible.

Can You Download Amazon Prime Videos to PC?

With options for downloading Amazon Prime video to an iOS or Android mobile device, you might expect there to be options for Windows, macOS, and maybe even Linux too.

Sadly, that's not the case.

No legal method exists for downloading Amazon Prime videos to your computer.

While you can stream videos from Amazon, there is simply no facility to download and watch them. This is due to the digital rights management (DRM) that Amazon uses to protect its media downloads. Even purchased Amazon videos cannot be downloaded to a PC.

Since Amazon doesn't provide a desktop app for Prime Video, the only option for downloading videos to your PC is to run an Android emulator like Bluestacks. But while this will enable you to download videos to your computer, the DRM means you still won't be able to watch the movie if you move the data out of the emulated Android environment.

Start Watching Amazon Video Offline

Enjoying movies and TV shows from your Amazon Prime Video library really is that simple. I've written this guide while sitting in my favorite cafe, listening to (and occasionally watching) the LEGO Star Wars spin-off, The Freemaker Adventures. You'll find plenty of other great movies and terrific originals on Amazon Prime, too.

While the cafe's Wi-Fi is woefully inadequate for streaming movies, it doesn't matter. Thanks to being able to watch Amazon Prime Video offline, I was able to download the video in advance before heading out and still watch it when I could. The same is true on any Android, iOS, or Amazon Fire tabletjust not any desktop or laptop.

If you need to download videos legally to your PC for viewing on the go, there's always Netflix, which offers some of the best movies available for streaming. Its Windows app will run on any Windows 10 PC or tablet, and features the facility to download videos for offline viewing.

And if Amazon Prime Video stops working, you might be able to fix it yourself.

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