That I not necessarily a fan of Amazon Intant Video I have clearly stated that I am - but the price-performance ratio of the inclusive content is good and the old Silverlight you don't need it anymore. Instant video now runs perfectly in the media center Kodi (roughly on the Raspberry Pi), for which we now a whole series of articles to have. The Amazon Prime Instant Video Kodi add-on is still in beta, but it works and is installed with a small detour, as it is not yet in the official Kodi add-on repositories. That's how it's done:
12/2015 – Attention: Unfortunately, the XLordKX add-on for Amazon Prime in Kodi is no longer functional and probably never will be – we will show you an alternative here.
1. Install add-on as ZIP file
Get the add-on first "AddonScritorDE's Beta Repository" and install it in Kodi via "System/Add-ons/Install from ZIP-File". This is not yet the Prime add-on, but the source from which you install the add-on right away.
2. Repository in Kodi
This is how the loaded ZIP file appears in Kodi, here simply in the normal Windows Downloads folder.
3. Install Amazon add-on
Then you call up the add-on search and ...
4. Find Prime
... searches for something like "Prime".
5. Install Instant Video
Now install "Media Sources - Amazon Prime Instant Video" - in all likelihood the only add-on listed.
6. Set up Amazon Prime Video in Kodi
You will automatically end up in a dialog with settings, here you should at least set the language to DE.
7. Enter and activate Flash
The add-on requires Flash activation - allow it.
Now enter your email and password from Amazon and you can access the "free" Prime content. Have fun!
Update: Add videos to library
Super practical: You can transfer titles from Amazon Prime Instant Video to your own Kodi library via the context menu!
Update 2: Different repo