Best Way to Convert iTunes M4V to MP4 on Mac
- July 31, 2014 at 9:58 AM #654
When you bought movies from iTunes Store, you will find it’s impossible to play them on devices like Samsung, HTC, Kindle, Nokia but only on iPhone, iPad and any other Apple’s devices. Why is that? To figure it out, you need to firstly get to know .M4V and FairPlay DRM.
.M4V is a video format created by Apple to encode movies, TV shows, and music videos in its iTunes Store. All those iTunes M4V videos are protected with a decryption called FairPlay DRM. By adopting this kind of protection technique, you are not allowed to copy and share any M4V movies from iTunes to non-Apple-approved players and devices even though you have already paid for those movies. But every problem got a solution. In order to enable iTunes M4V movies to be playable on any portable devices, you can convert the M4V videos to common formats, like the universal MP4 supported by almost all types of media players and mobile devices. To do that, you need a professional M4V video converter tool to help you. However, it can’t be a common M4V video converter only. It should be the one which combines DRM removal and M4V video conversion together so that it would bypass the DRM protection from the iTunes movies before converting the M4V to MP4 format.
In this case, you are suggested with a solution called TunesKit iTunes M4V to MP4 Converter which can not only remove FairPlay DRM from iTunes movie rentals and purchases, but also convert the protected M4V to MP4 with fast speed and high quality.
To view the tutorial of converting iTunes M4V to MP4 with TunesKit, simply refer to the source page: Steps to Convert DRM Protected iTunes M4V to MP4
- September 6, 2015 at 9:28 AM #669
To remove DRM M4V, you must choose a reliable itunes M4V DRM removal program which can legally remove DRM protections from M4V videos. Here we highly recommend M4VGear DRM Media Converter, a fast and handy iTunes M4V DRM removal tool to help you get rid of the M4V protection and convert M4V video file to any video/audio formats like WMV, MP4, AVI, MP3, etc.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by Nicole Yelo.
- November 30, 2016 at 6:10 AM #690
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