In the past, you may have bought lots of videos from iTunes store and now you change to a PC and want to play iTunes videos on Windows Media Player. However, you find the purchased iTunes movies cannot play on WMP. What's the matter? Why cannot Windows Media Player play iTunes videos?
Well, movies bought from iTunes store are usually protected by Apple DRM license protection, which prevents you from distributing and using the purchased digital content at will on non-Apple products. And videos bought from iTunes store are usually in M4V format while Windows Media Player prefers WMV format. That's why you cannot transfer and play purchased iTunes M4V on Windows Media Player directly.
To solve the incompatibility problem, you can just get DRM Media Converter to easily remove iTunes copy protection and convert iTunes DRM M4V files to unprotected WMV files for Windows Media Player. Just free download the DRM converter and follow the guide below to convert iTunes movies to Windows Media Player with ease.
After downloading, install and launch the DRM converter. The main interface of the software is as below:
To make iTunes M4V compatible with Windows Media Player, you can first click "Add" to import the iTunes protected M4V video files to the program. When the files are loaded, choose "WMV" as the output video format and click "Setting" to set the specific parameter if necessary. Finally, hit "Start" to convert DRM-ed iTunes M4V to DRM-free WMV for playback on Windows Media Player.
When the conversion finishes,you can click "Find Target" to locate the converted videos files and play them with Windows Media Player with ease.