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Most iTunes users may ask this question: "Why can't I put the movies and songs downloaded from iTunes to my Android devices? How to transfer my iTunes movies into my media player, but not Apple's iOS devices, to play back?"
If you also have this same puzzle, then continue to read. Firstly you should be aware that media contents bought or rented from iTunes store are not allowed to play on thrid-party devices due to Apple's DRM (Digital Rights Management) policy, which is to say, you have to enjoy the movies or music files youlegally bought from iTunes on Apple's products only. Unfair? Yes! So here comes some software which are designed to remove the DRM control from iTunes movies or TV shows. They are called iTunes DRM Video Converter or DRM M4V Converter.
You may feel frustarted to try lots of those similar program in order to pick up the best one from them. So we made a comparison between two of the top leading iTunes DRM Converter on the market for you. One is Noteburner M4V Converter from Noteburner studio, the other one is Aimersoft DRM Media Converter from Aimersoft.
Comparison: Noteburner M4V Converter VS Aimersoft DRM Media Converter
|Product||Noteburner M4V Converter||Aimersoft DRM Media Converter|
|Input Formats Supported|
|DRM M4V Purchase|
|DRM M4V Rental|
|DRM Audio(M4P, M4B, AA, WMA)|
|DRM WMV(Amazon, BBC)|
|MP3, AAC, AC3, AIFF, OGG, FLAC, etc|
|Output Formats Supported|
|HD(MOV, MP4, WMV)|
|Customize Video Size/Codec/Bitrate|
|Preview Converted Video|
|Drag & Drop to Add Video|
|Customize Output Folder|
|Shut Down Computer After Conversion|
From the reviews above, you can see the key features of both iTunes Video Converter, including the video formats they support. Which one do you prefer? Well, for me, I will vote for Noteburner. Why? Because it's able to deal with the iTunes rentals. That's what I really need. What's yours?