I recently purchased a few movies from iTunes Store that guys are always talking about and using. For some reason they won't play on my video iPod and I can't play them on my iPhone, too . Hell,. A friend suggested that it might have something to do with DRM, whatever that is. So, how do I remove DRM from my purchased files?
Yes, the purchased video files are DRM protected, if you want to play the files on iPod or iPhone, the conversion to remove the DRM is nessary. M4V Converter Plus is the right tool to remove iTunes video DRM.
Steps to convert DRM protected video to unprotected ones
1.Download, install and run the software.
2.Add iTunes libarary video.
Now click "Add Files" button to add the files to convert, you can search your DRM M4V files according name in the iTunes droplist, and then select the files, click "Add" button.
3.Set output format and output path.
The software provides multiple output formats, here for our own needs, we choose Custom(*.mov).
You can also set the output path, you can set it by default, or select other folder, or new-creat a folder.
Afer the above settings, then you will see a Movie Settings dialog, you can customize Video and Sound parameters in it as you like.
After checking all the things, and then click the "Convert" button to start converting the files.
The software provides a "preview" window, when converting complete, you can select one of these video files, and then play it to view video effects whether it is satisfied.