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iTunes M4V to RealPlayer: Play iTunes M4V with RealPlayer

Wilson Kent
Wilson Kent

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RealPlayer is considered as one of the most popular media players that support various video formats for playing back, including MP3, MP4, AVI, FLV, WAV, WMV, QuickTime File Format, Windows Media format, and so on.

However, RealPlayer is not able to play iTunes M4V videos. Why? Because the M4V videos that you bought or rented from iTunes Store are protected by DRM, which means you can't play them on non-Apple devices or video players. To play iTunes M4V videos on RealPlayer, you would need help from a third-party iTunes converter. For Windows users, we would recommend DRM Media Converter. For Mac users, we would recommend iTunes M4V Converter.

Part 1How to View iTunes M4V via RealPlayer on PC

DRM Media Converter is a DRM ripper and iTunes video converter that works on Windows system. It can crack DRM code and convert iTunes videos to MP4, AVI, FLV, and so on. After the conversion you can play those iTunes movies on RealPlayer smoothly.

DRM Media Converter – Convert iTunes DRM-ed M4V Videos

Use this software to get rid of DRM from iTunes videos and convert them to MP4, AVI, FLV, etc.

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Step 1. Import M4V Videos from iTunes

Download the free trial version of DRM Media Converter from the box above. Then install the software on your Windows computer. After that, launch the program and click "Add" button to import M4V files from iTunes library.

Add File
Step 2. Choose Output Format

Click "Video files to" at the bottom part of the interface and select your desired output format. RealPlayer supported formats like MP3, MP4, AVI, etc. are offered in the list.

Video Output Format
Step 3. Start Converting M4V Videos

Click the big blue "Start" button on the bottom right corner to start removing DRM and convert iTunes M4V videos to unprotected format.

Converting Video

Part 2How to Play iTunes M4V with RealPlayer on Mac

iTunes M4V Converter is specially designed for Mac users who want to convert iTunes DRM protected videos to plain MP4 format. It can automatically sync iTunes playlist and convert iTunes purchases and rentals with ease. Now let see how to use this handy software.

iTunes M4V Converter – Best M4V Converter

Convert any DRM protected M4V video to MP4 as fast as possible. Removing DRM protection successfully every time.

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Step 1. Launch iTunes M4V Converter

Download the free trial version from the box above and have a try. Remember that iTunes should be installed too, or the converter cannot work.

Step 2. Choose iTunes Movies from the Playlist

You can see that all your iTunes playlists are synced to the program. Now click on "add files" on the upper left of main interface to select videos from iTunes library.

Add iTunes Purchase

Step 3. Specify Your Output Video

In general, iTunes M4V Converter will keep all original audio tracks and subtitles by default, which ensures you to watch the high-quality videos. If you don't like the default settings, you can also change the settings by clicking the "Gear" icon.

Select Audio Track

Step 4. Start Conversion

Now click "Convert" button and then start converting iTunes M4V to MP4. When the task is completed, you would find the converted files (MP4 format) in "History".  Now you can play those iTunes videos on RealPlayer as you wish.

Convert iTunes Video

This is all you need to do to convert DRM-ed iTunes movies to normal video format like MP4. Now why not download the free trial version and have a try?

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