How to Play DRM iTunes M4V on Windows Media Player

Movies and TV shows are protected with Apple’s DRM copy protection and won’t let you import them into any media player except iTunes for playback. Even Windows Media Player, one of the most popular media players is not allowed to play the DRM-ed iTunes movies. In the previous post, we’ve already shown you the complete guide on how to watch iTunes DRM M4V movies on VLC media player. Now in this article, we will guide you to convert the DRM-locked iTunes M4V to Windows Media Player step by step with the third-party iTunes DRM M4V Converter – TunesKit iTunes M4V to WMP Converter for Windows (Mac).

Firstly, let’s have a look at the key features of TunesKit DRM M4V to WMP Converter. It’s a professional iTunes DRM removal tool to bypass DRM protection from both rented and purchased iTunes movies and TV shows by converting the DRM-ed M4V files to unprotected MP4 with lossless quality. It works at a super fast speed of 20x faster. Besides, it can also keep the original AC3 5.1 audio, video resolution, subtitles for the iTunes movies. Once the DRM is removed from the iTunes movies, you can freely import them into WMP for watching at anytime you like.

Now you can follow the tutorial below to learn how to easily remove DRM from iTunes movies and convert the DRM M4V to WMP with TunesKit iTunes DRM M4V Converter.

Guide – How to Convert iTunes M4V to WMP

1. Download the proper version of TunesKit according to your computer system.

2. Import iTunes M4V movies to TunesKit via “Add Files” button or drag-and-drop.

3. Select output settings, including output folder, audio tracks, subtitles as required.

4. Start to convert iTunes DRM M4V to MP4 by clicking “Convert” button.

Once the conversion finishes, you can find the converted iTunes movies without DRM protection and play them with Windows Media Player freely.


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