As a good DRM program, M4VConverter Plus can remove DRM legally from protected iTunes movies including TV shows (doesn’t hack DRM encryption) and produce DRM-free media files to any format (like MP4 format) preserving original sound and video quality for long-time. And you can enjoy TV shows and movies on iPhone, iPad, Android, HTC, Samsung, PSP, Blackberry, and several other options.
Add protected TV shows
Please click the Add or Add Movie button, then the Add Movie window with Movies as default pops up.
Click the Sources drop-down list to select TV Shows and the protected TV shows will display in the below list.
Then you can select the protected TV shows and click OK button to add. You can also drag protected TV shows to the list directly from your disc or other location. The selected TV shows will be added in the main list.
Customize output format
Choose the files in the list and click the Convert to drop-down list to choose the output format.
You can select all the files (Alt + A) then choose the profile to set all the files into the same profile. In addition, you can set a different profile for each file by clicking the each file profile.
Customize output path
Click the … button to customize output path. You can also just use the default output folder M4V Converter Plus.
Make sure your computer before converting is well authorized with the same Apple ID that you used when downloading the iTunes movies.
Before the status show converting progress, iTunes will be shown and hide itself in a flash, and please don’t do anything with iTunes during converting, conversion may failed by occurring an error.
Check History Records
When the conversion is completed, the protected TV shows with DRM removed will be saved automatically in the history records. Click the History button to show up the records.
You can lick the show in finder icon to show the converted file in output folder.
With M4V Converter Plus for Win, the protected TV shows have been removed DRM quickly and easily, and you can enjoy the TV shows with unlimited.