1. manhattan's Avatar
    Many people ask me the same question: "I purchased videos on iTunes, but I can't play them on my video player, because they are in some 'protected' M4V format that only works on iPods. How can I convert iTunes videos to MPEG or WMV format so I can play them on My portable video device such as Archos and Creative Zen?"


    I searched on Google, Yahoo answers and post the question on large number of forums, unfortunately, after scouring the Web for days, I couldn't find a FREE way to convert M4V to MPEG, WMV or AVI format.

    Then I tried to burn the iTunes video onto a DVD and re-import it into iTunes just like how to remove the protection from the iTunes audios (M4P) by burning it onto a CD and re-import it as mp3. I failed, cause iTunes doesnt have a DVD burning option, then I used Nero, but it still doesnt work as Nero doesnt supports M4V format.

    And finally, a software solution. I came across a few kinds of converters on Google search, they are Tunebite, Daniusoft and Noteburner. When I was testing the free trials one by one, what makes me comfortable is the Daniusoft media converter .

    aidownloading.com/media-converter.html
    09-23-08 08:00 AM
  2. akola's Avatar
    To remove drm protection and convert music files you can use MelodyCan))
    07-05-10 11:40 AM
  3. Rootbrian's Avatar
    Last I heard, itunes *music* doesn't have DRM.

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    07-08-10 08:26 AM
  4. MyMothersBasement's Avatar
    There is no reason to transcode to MPEG2 try renaming them to .mp4 or if that dosnt work mux them to MP4.
    07-08-10 09:28 AM
  5. xxxxpradaxxxx's Avatar
    My new iTunes music is drm free.

    My old iTunes music I had to pay to unlock.

    All 3100 of them.

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    07-09-10 01:35 AM
  6. maigeleid's Avatar
    iTunes music often with m4p format, no drm protection?
    07-04-13 04:20 AM
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