Kill the DRM in Your iTunes Movies Purchases or Rentals



From 2009, Apple has dropped DRM from the iTunes music library. That didn’t help much with iTunes movies purchased or rented from iTune stores. Fortunately, if you have lots of HD/SD M4V movies in your library, there’s an easy way to kill the DRM with a few steps.

Apple was reasonably generous with its DRM restrictions--allowing you to play your purchased iTune movies on up to five computers. Terrified movie labels essentially decided we were all thieves and couldn’t be trusted.  But the limit is you canot burn iTunes video to DVD and play it on an unlimited number of iPads, iPhones and other portable devices. 

First navigate to iTunes in the menu bar and select "Libaray". Your purchased movies will show here. let’s kill the DRM versions.

Firstly, you need to install Vidpie- a hands-down DRM Video Converter



Step1: Load DRM movies 

Click "add video" or "add folder" to load iTunes M4V movies to the Vidpie
Tips: Make sure that your computer is authorized by source iTunes videos and the source iTunes movies playback in your iTunes flawlessly. 

Step2: choose the output format

Click the "format" and choose a format as output. You can select same as source MP4. And you can also convert iTunes movies to unprotected format optimal for Samsung Galaxy TabPro, Surface, Nexus, etc.


Step3: Conversion

Click "Start Conversion" icon to convert iTunes movies to Galaxy TabPro 10.1 supported MP4 with the ultrafast iTunes DRM Video Converter. That’s it! All that horrible DRM is gone and you can play your iTunes movies, music, TV shows on as many computers as you like and on whatever media player you own. 

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  • #1

    Vea (Monday, 12 May 2014 04:27)

    Thanks for the post. I often use M4VGear DRM Media Converter(http://www.m4vgear.com) to remove DRM from iTunes movies so that I can transfer them to my Android phone.

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