When you buy a film from iTunes, it is often in M4V format. The M4V videos from iTunes is often DRM-protected. Meaning you will not transfer the M4V films to non-Apple products. If you'd like to have fun with the films on other players, you have to get rid of iTunes DRM from M4V and convert iTunes M4V to some other video formats like WMV, MP4, AVI, etc so that you are able to have fun with these iTunes M4V video without any limitation.
To take away DRM , you need to select efficient DRM removal software which could legally get rid of DRM protections from M4V video. Right here we highly recommend Aimersoft DRM Media Converter, a fast and useful DRM removal to help you move away video DRM.
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Step1. Select M4V movies and import to iTunes Video Converter
Click the "Add" button in the top-left to import the video files you prefer to convert. The software program will open up the iTunes videos library automatically. This is very easy and fast.
Step2. Set output path and output format
Then click 'Output path'listing, you can specify the output path that suits you. If you don't customize the output path, the output files can be saved in the default file.Then simply press 'video files to' drop-down list, you're able to customize the output formats for the target video. You are also permitted to customize the output configuration for iTunes M4V video . Absolutely, if you're not very familiar with these configuration, the default configurations are advised.
Step3. Begin to rip and convert iTunes files
Next, click "Start" option to begin to convert M4V videos with DRM Ripping tools. After the converting is done successfully, you will need to transfer it to you product. And then, you'll find your own DRM-free video .
Only with 3 steps, you can easily get rid of iTunes video DRM and convert all of them to other formats. Now,you can have fun with your most loved iTunes film on normal devices anytime you want.
Edited by huxiaotao - 31 May 2013 at 1:46am