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How to convert purchased iTunes movies to unprotected video files

In addition to purchasing music, you can also buy movies from the iTunes Store. Hundreds of movies are available to buy with prices starting range from $14.99 for new releases to $9.99 for most other movies.

If your friends want to watch the movies, the iTunes DRM will limit the number of the player devices. Buy again? It is too bad. Don't worry! M4V Converter Plus can help you remove the drm, and convert the iTunes M4V movies to unprotected formats.

M4V Converter Plus is an all-in-one and easy-to-use iTunes video conversion. With it, you can easily convert almost all video formats could be played on your iTunes, includes DRM M4V your purchased in just a few minutes.

Besides, it supports converting m4v video you purchased to Quick Time MOV, iPod, iPhone format with high speed and great quality.

Moreover, the software supports batch conversion, you can convert several M4V video files at one time with high conversion quality.

Steps to convert iTunes Purchased Movies.

1. Free download this M4V Video Converter. Install and launch this M4V Converter

With M4V Converter Plus, you can convert the purchased M4V video files to unprotected formats, and then you can play them on iPod, iPhone or Apple TV (.m4v). The following is the step-by-step guide to how to convert M4V to iPod video files with M4V Converter Plus.

Add purchased movies to convert

2. Add purchased movies you want to convert.

Click "Add Movies" button, search M4V videos according name, then select the videos, click "Add" button.

Convert purchased movies to MP4

3. Set the output format or output preset.

Customize output settings as default, and then select "iMovie" in profile list.

Converting purchased movies for iMovie

4. Click "Convert" button to start the conversion

When converting complete, you can select one of these video files, and then play it to view video effects whether it is satisfied, if not, you can re-customize.

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