Many users want to burn DRM protected iTunes videos/movies/TV shows to DVD playable on home DVD player and enjoy on the widescreen TV. I know you can enjoy iTunes movie on TV with Apple TV, but why do you have to spend more $299 if you can do that with some easy software. What you need to do are just two steps:
1. Remove DRM protect from purchased iTunes video/movie/TV show to unprotected video.
2. Burn the non-protected video to DVD.
This step by step iTunes to DVD guide will teach you how to burn iTunes video to DVD, let's start it.
Step 1 of iTunes to DVD guide: Remove DRM protect from purchased iTunes video/movie/TV show
Step1. Download iTunes DRM Remover, then install this DRM removal software, click button "Add"to input DRM protected movie or music, you can also directly drag-drop them into the main processing window.
Step2 Set the output settings
Choose your file and set the output settings in the "Convert video to" area:
Step3. Begin to convert DRM
After finishing all the necessary settings and editing, click the "Start" button to start converting, That's all.
Step 2 of iTunes to DVD guide: Burn the non-protected video to DVD
Please download and install the Cucusoft Video to DVD Burner at first.
Launch Cucusoft AVI to DVD/VCD/SVCD Converter pro, you will see the right UI.
1. Select radio button "To DVD"
2.choose the "merge" or "batch" tab.
3.Click "Open" button to open your movie file(s)
4. (optional) Set your preference. Region "4" in red frames can set the output MPEG properties.
5. (Optional) Set the advanced settings as following.
6. Click "Convert" button to start the conversion task
7. After you click "Convert" button, the following dialog will pop up automatically.>
8. After video conversion done, the "CD/DVD Burning engine" will be launched automatically. Please choose the DVD burner.
9. Please place a DVD-/+R/RW disc into your DVD burner. If it is a rewritable disc, the program will erase the disc before burning DVD disc.
10. When burning DVD is done, the DVD disc will be eject automatically. You can also find the output file at the output folder.
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